Our PolyLevel® Dealers Serving Massachusetts
Sterling, MA 01564
Hudson, NH 03051
Conditions where outdoor concrete has already begun to sink is not uncommon in Massachusetts and is often the result of shifting or a weak soil base or erosion. It causes driveways, sidewalks, walkways, concrete steps or patio areas to become tripping hazards and can effect property value.
Massachusetts, also known as The Bay State, hosts a variety of soil types, ranging in density and load-bearing capacities. The terrain is diverse, from the sandy beaches of Cape Cod, rocky shoreline of the northern coast and the rolling Berkshire Mountains in the west.
Soil in any environment can change, however. When the weight above the soil exceeds the soil below, the soil will compact and settle. Clay and silt can also cause soil to compact when it becomes dry. Regardless of the reason, once soil becomes compact, heavy concrete above the soil will sink and crack. It's a gravity thing!
While it is a very noticeable problem, with the right contractor, it can have a very simple solution.
Previously, sinking concrete was repaired by a technique called "mud jacking" that uses a thick slurry to fill in the gap underneath the sunken concrete. While effective, it is not the most efficient way to solve the problem, and adds more weight above the compacting soil.
Today, select contractors in Massachusetts are trained and to provide a better alternative to mud jacking. PolyLevel is a less intrusive, lighter weight solution that doesn't add more weight to the problem.
If you are seeing signs of sinking concrete on your property, have a contractor to provide the PolyLevel alternative to mud jacking take a look at it. The following Massachusetts contractors are trained and to provide a free estimate to solve your sinking concrete problem.
Recent job requests for PolyLevel in MA:
Project Location: Laurel St, Longmeadow, MA 01106
Comment: Back concrete slab appears to be sinking/unlevel.
Project Location: Longhill St., Springfield, MA 01108
Comment: I have 3 or 4 concrete slabs adjacent to my house which have sunken and are allowing water to drain towards the house.
Project Location: Spruce Corner Rd, Ashfield, MA 01330
Comment: We have a cracked and sinking concrete slab under our garage probably due to a water drainage issue. There is a significant void under the slab. I'm hoping to at least stabilize the situation. It's a small garage (12' x 24') Can you provide a quote for the repair?
Project Location: Robbins Rd, Monson, MA 01057
Project Location: Southbridge Road, Warren, MA 01083
Comment: Concrete slab in pole barn has cracked and sunken in various sections due to compaction of soil under slab.
Project Location: Gulf Street, Shrewsbury, MA 01545
Comment: Our front porch is a concrete slab that is about 5' x 24'. It is tilting and pulling away from the house. Looking to get it level again.
Project Location: Doherty St., Fall River, MA 02720
Comment: Need an estimate on lifting concrete front porch
Project Location: Campus Drive, Marlborough, MA 01752
Comment: Interested in raising concrete walkways at commercial office complex.
Project Location: Reo Road, Maynard, MA 01754
Comment: Small crack in the front porch slab, as well as 3-4 inches of slope in many of the bedrooms.
Project Location: Railroad Ave, Norwood, MA 02062
Comment: Water got under slab and created a void slab on grade interior room making floor cold
Project Location: Redwing Dr, Bridgewater, MA 02324
Comment: A section of my garage floor has cracked and sunken a couple of inches.
Project Location: Plymouth St, Middleborough, MA 02346
Comment: Low spot in basement that needs to come up 1/2" and I have a water problem that has left voids under the slab.
Project Location: Frank Street, Middleboro, MA 02346
Comment: Hi. I am looking for a quote to lift the front of my house, the vestibule is sagging a bit. Thank you
Project Location: Plymouth St, Middleboro, MA 02346
Comment: Basement floor water everywhere, hollowed out under the sinking slab.
Project Location: W Pond St, East Bridgewater, MA 02333
Comment: Concrete driveway apron has sunk 4-5" from garage floor and needs to be raised.