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PolyLevel® Concrete Leveling & Repair in Andover, MN

PolyLevel® is a safe, less invasive alternative to traditional mudjacking methods. The PolyLevel® two-part foam is injected beneath your concrete, instantly lifting and leveling your sunken concrete slab. PolyLevel® contractors can lift your concrete quickly and effectively, with minimal downtime and disruption to your routine.

Your local PolyLevel® concrete repair contractors provide solutions for:

  • Concrete driveways and concrete steps
  • Interior floor slabs
  • Concrete pool decks or pool surrounds
  • Sunrooms with concrete floors
  • Concrete roadways & parking areas
  • Airport runways
  • Concrete patios & landings

A better alternative to mudjacking in Andover

Unlike mudjacking, the PolyLevel® solution does not require the demolition and replacement of an entire slab of concrete- a procedure that is both time consuming and expensive. Injected through small, minimally-invasive holes, PolyLevel® expands, forcing the sunken concrete back to its original height. Our unique polyurethane formula will already expand to reach 90% of its firmness in just a few minutes, making PolyLevel® the quickest method to raise your slab.

For homeowners, general contractors and commercial property owners, PolyLevel® is the most effective solution for lifting and leveling sunken concrete surfaces. Contact your local PolyLevel® contractors for a free concrete repair estimate in Andover!

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Recent job requests for PolyLevel in Andover, MN:

Project Location: 158 Ln Nw, Andover, 55304

Comment: Slab/basketball court settled along the house water is pooling along foundation.

Project Location: 165th Ave NW, Andover, 55304

Comment: Sagging front concrete steps, sunken sidewalk, sunken driveway apron slab.

Project Location: 149th Ave NE, Andover, 55304

Comment: Sunken sidewalks

Project Location: Quinn Street NW, Andover, 55304

Comment: We have a concrete in our front walkway that has sunken and is now a hazard when walking by. I'm looking into a couple different options on how to fix it and am interested in getting a quote on your polylevel system.

Project Location: 2nd Ave, Andover, 55304

Comment: I have a section about 10 10 in my garage that has sunk about 6"

Project Location: Avocet St NW, Andover, 55304

Comment: Two panels in my driveway have sunken. City water and sewer shutoffs are in these paneles so the ground underneath was likely not compacted when driveway was installed

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