Concrete Leveling, Lifting & Repair in Burnsville, MN
Ignoring cracked, sinking concrete on your property can lead to bigger problems down the road. Repairing your damaged concrete is essential in avoiding tripping hazards, further cracking of the concrete slab, and other issues resulting from your cracked concrete.
PolyLevel® contractors in Burnsville offer repairs for:
- Concrete sidewalks
- Concrete basement floors
- Concrete driveways
- Concrete patios
- Concrete garage floors
- Concrete pool decks & pool surrounds
- Concrete warehouse floors
- And more!
Contact your local PolyLevel® dealer in Burnsville today to learn more about our innovative PolyLevel® solutions and schedule a free estimate for your property!
What is the PolyLevel® concrete leveling method?
PolyLevel® is an innovative solution created by Supportworks foundation experts. PolyLevel® is a unique, lightweight, polyurethane foam that is injected directly beneath your concrete slab. It is an affordable, fast-acting solution that requires minimal downtime. In fact, PolyLevel® can support weight in as few as fifteen minutes, as opposed to the full day of waiting required for mudjacking.
PolyLevel® is also environmentally friendly, waterproof, and allows for greater control with less stubborn mess. If you’re interested in a permanent, easy solution for your sunken, cracked concrete in Burnsville, get in touch with your local PolyLevel® dealer today to schedule a free estimate!
Recent job requests for PolyLevel in Burnsville, MN:
Project Location: Skyview Dr, Burnsville, 55337
Comment: The concrete in the front and side of our front door steps is sinking. We have had it mud jacked twice and is fine for a while but ends up sinking again. Possibly washing out with rain. Poly level sounds like a possibly long term solution.
Project Location: Summit Oaks Ct, Burnsville, 55337
Comment: Would like it raise a sunken side walk and level the driveway.
Project Location: Baypoint Drive, Burnsville, 55337
Comment: An area of our garage floor looks like its sinking. There are cracks radiating out of it and its dropped a couple of inches in about a 5 foot radius. We think there's a void under that part of the garage floor and are afraid it might open into a sink hole. It's obvious the prior owners of our house had mudjacked this before. I bought the house 17 yrs ago so its been at least that many years since the floor was repaired. We're hoping the void can be repaired before the slab gets damaged beyond repair.
Project Location: Innsbrook Lane, Burnsville, 55306
Comment: Driveway apron is sinking. Garage floor sound "hollow".