The concrete companies listed here are expert concrete repair contractors in the PolyLevel dealer network who serve North Carolina. PolyLevel contractors offer proven solutions for lifting and leveling concrete that is sinking, cracking, or has settled. In each company’s profile you can read reviews, see before-and-after pictures, and learn more about their concrete repair services.
PolyLevel is a fast, effective solution for sunken concrete. Contact your local PolyLevel dealer today to get a free concrete repair estimate.
You can blame it on North Carolina soils and the weather. Clay, silt, and sand make up North Carolina's soils, including the extensive state soil, "Cecil," which contains red clay and clay loam elements in the subsoil (just below the surface or topsoil layer). Clay is very absorbent, expanding and shrinking in response to the amount of moisture in the ground. As the soil under your concrete absorbs moisture, then shrinks during hot dry spells, the soil movement leads to voids under the concrete. Given the weight of concrete, a portion of a concrete slab inevitably begins to sink over and into these voids. When concrete sinks unevenly, it often begins to crack. Overly loose and poorly compacted soils when the concrete was initially installed can also lead to sinking concrete.
Residential concrete is an ideal material for outdoor walkways, driveways, sunroom floors and other indoor/outdoor spaces - until the concrete begins to sink! North Carolina homeowners contact their local PolyLevel contractor when they notice concrete settlement, cracks in a sidewalk, driveway or porch, or pooling water on the surface of a concrete slab that is uneven. To preserve the value of your home, monitoring and repairing cracked, uneven concrete should be an integral part of regular home maintenance. Polylevel provides a fast, effective concrete repair solution.
PolyLevel is effective for repairing the following concrete issues:
In addition to looking for an North Carolina concrete repair company who serves your town or city, you want to know your contractor understands the underlying problem and offers long-term affordable solutions.
PolyLevel is a two-part expanding foam solution effective in many concrete repair applications, in both residential and commercial settings. Alternatives to PolyLevel include complete concrete replacement and “mud jacking,” an industrial application that uses a thick concrete slurry to fill in the gaps underneath sunken concrete. Both of these methods are excessive when fixing a set of stairs that has pulled away from the home, or a section of patio concrete slab that is uneven. In fact, these alternative solutions sometimes add more weight above the weak soils and compound the problem! Using foam to raise sunken concrete is fast, effective, less disruptive to property, and affordable. PolyLevel is a reliable less intrusive, solution that doesn't add more weight to the problem.
Your local North Carolina PolyLevel contractor is an independent company who has the support of a national network that provides continual training, resources, and tools for concrete repair. In addition to reading reviews, check out past work by your local concrete contractor. There's nothing better than a before-and-after picture showing the results of lifting and leveling a concrete slab to show you what to expect.
The final step in searching for a contractor who can fix your home’s sunken or cracked concrete is to get an idea of the cost of concrete leveling. After inspecting your damaged concrete, your local contractor should be able to explain their proposed solution and provide a written estimate for repair costs.
Uneven concrete doesn't get better: it usually continues to worsen over time. Improve the safety, appearance, and value of your property by raising sunken concrete back to its original level. PolyLevel dealers in North Carolina help homeowners every day fix the failing concrete around their homes. Find a concrete repair expert to assist you in the greater Raleigh area, Greenville, Wilmington, Fayetteville, the greater Charlotte region or the Winston-Salem area.
Choose a Polylevel concrete repair dealer who serves your North Carolina town or city today: you can be confident that you’re getting the right products and service, installed by a caring, expert contractor!
Project Location: Elon, NC 27244
Comment: Had a 14×14 patio poured it is 5 inches off
Project Location: Chapel Hill, NC 27517
Comment: Slab settled in screened-in porch appx 12x12
Project Location: Chapel Hill, NC 27516
Comment: Hello, I have a stone porch and the front of it is sinking. The part that is sinking was built using a sidewalk for a footing. I would like to see about stabilizing the part that is sinking.
Project Location: Garner, NC 27529
Comment: Driveway lift for sinking sections
Project Location: Holly Springs, NC 27540
Comment: I have a new house that the front porch settled. Do you have the foam system to lift sunken concrete without demolition?
Project Location: Clayton, NC 27520
Comment: I am looking for an estimate for leveling driveway and sidewalk.
Project Location: Jamestown, NC 27282
Comment: Sinking concrete patio - 19'8" x 11'0"
Project Location: Advance, NC 27006
Comment: Could you please come give us an estimate on leveling a section of our driveway? Thank you.
Project Location: Cameron, NC 28326
Comment: I have an elevated concrete back patio that has sunk and is cracked
Project Location: New Bern, NC 28562
Comment: Concrete pathway to front door needs to be lifted and leveled.
Project Location: Union Grove, NC 28689
Project Location: Raeford, NC 28376
Comment: Driveway is sinking and would like a repair quote
Project Location: China Grove, NC 28023
Comment: Hi I've got a concrete driveway that's sunk heavily, and is in desperate need of lifting. If you can give me a quote I'd appreciate it. Thank you, Ali
Project Location: Troutman, NC 28166
Comment: I have a front porch / stoop that has been slowly and progressively sinking towards my house and allowing water to flow towards my front door and collecting there.
Project Location: Troutman, NC 28166
Comment: Front Step/concrete slab settled about 2-3 inches.