Concrete settlement is a common problem for residential and commercial properties in Montana. Sunken cracked concrete walkways, driveways, steps and indoor concrete flooring don't get better on their own. They become serious safety hazards and should be addressed quickly to avoid further sinking. Lifting concrete back to its initial level will restore its usability and preserve your property value.
PolyLevel is an effective concrete repair solution for your failing concrete. Contact your local contractor today for a free concrete leveling estimate!
Concrete sinks and cracks as a result of shifting soils, a weak soil base, or erosion, sometimes all three. Soils in Montana range in density, composition, and load-bearing capacities. When the weight above the soil exceeds the soil below, the soil will compact and settle. Clay elements in the soil can cause the soil to shrink and compact during warmer, drier periods. Soils in Montana can have high clay content, such as the official state soil, "Scobey," which has a dark brown clay at the subsurface level (USDA). Once soil becomes compact, gaps appear in the soil. A heavy concrete slab above the soil will start to sink and crack over these voids and weaker soil base.
Alternative methods for repairing and raising concrete slabs include full concrete replacement and a technique called "mud jacking.” Mud jacking entails creating a thick slurry to fill in gaps underneath sunken concrete. Both approaches are costly, time-consuming, disruptive to your property, and add more weight above the compacting soil.
There is a simple solution to lifting and raising cracked, sunken concrete. PolyLevel is a less intrusive, lighter weight solution that works! Your local PolyLevel concrete repair dealer can provide this long-term solution that is fast and affordable for lifting and repairing:
Look for a Montana contractor who serves your town, understands the causes for failing concrete, and offers long-term, affordable concrete repair solutions.
PolyLevel is a two-part expanding foam solution effective in many concrete lifting applications, in both residential and commercial settings. Foam is an effective concrete leveling solution because it is less disruptive to your property, cures quickly, and addresses the underlying soil issues. The PolyLevel process for lifting concrete doesn't add more weight to the problem.
Your local Montana PolyLevel contractor is an independent company serving their local community but supported by a national contract repair network. Read your local dealer’s profile above, and check out reviews, past work and before-and-after pictures or videos.
The final step in searching for a contractor who can fix your home’s sunken concrete is to request concrete repair estimates. After inspecting your sunken concrete, your local PolyLevel contractor will propose a solution and provide a written estimate for your concrete repair.
Sunken concrete only gets worse over time. Improve the safety, appearance, and value of your property by raising your concrete slabs. PolyLevel dealers in Montana help homeowners every day fix the failing concrete around their homes. For reliable concrete repair in Billings, Great Falls, and Helena, contact your local expert in concrete leveling!
Ready to get started? Choose a Montana Polylevel dealer to raise and repair your settled concrete today!
Project Location: Big Timber, MT 59011
Comment: I have a 6' by 8' section of concrete porch that is settling and I would like an estimate on lifting it up.
Project Location: West Yellowstone, MT 59758
Comment: Garage entrance cement pads settling 17 yr old home.
Project Location: Seeley Lake, MT 59868
Comment: I have a slab that has settled in one corner (the area is very small about 5 ft SQ)- in my 40x60 shop that has floor heat.
Project Location: Stevensville, MT 59870
Comment: Sidewalk sunk and uneven in 2 different locationscausing safety hazard
Project Location: Hamilton, MT 59840
Comment: 2 slabs on North side of covered patio tilting more and more toward house. This house is only 3 years old
Project Location: Polson, MT 59840
Comment: 6 ft by 4ft corner of my garage slab that supports the wall has cracked and sunk about an inch.