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:
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 Wilmington!
Project Location: Forest Lagoon Pl., Wilmington, 28405
Comment: My back porch has settled and needs to be corrected. Please contact me asap.
Project Location: Bright Leaf Road, Wilmington, 28411
Project Location: N. Lumina Blvd, Wilmington, 28408
Comment: Have 3 or 4 sections of sidewalk that have settled over the years
Project Location: WENDOVER LN, Wilmington, 28411
Comment: We have 3 slabs around our pool that have settled about 2-3 inches. The worst part is near the stairs as it has pulled the stairs down with it and caused cracking.
Project Location: Kestral Dr, Wilmington, 28409
Comment: My neighbor and I need our concrete driveways lifted/raised. Currently taking estimates for the 2 jobs
Project Location: Cricket Ct, Wilmington, 28405
Comment: Need to level driveway near curb
Project Location: Wickford Dr, Wilmington, 28409
Comment: Have sinking concrete by pool stairs due to soil washing out. Would like an estimate to repair.
Project Location: Blue Point Drive, Wilmington, 28411
Comment: Part of covered front porch slab has crack and settled in far left corner slab is approx 7x16. other part has remained stable. would like to try the foam, mud jack, polymer solution rather than remove entire slab and re-pour. 7x8 section has dropped approx 1 inch in left rear corner
Project Location: Capital Drive, Wilmington, 28405
Comment: Concrete pad in the production area is starting to sink?
Project Location: White Oak Dr, Wilmington, 28409
Comment: Front porch slab is cracked and sinking.
Project Location: Wrightsville Ave, Wilmington, 28403
Comment: I have a front porch on my house that is brick around the edges and has a concrete slab in the middle. The slab has settled about 2 inches towards the house and no longer drains away from the house.
Project Location: Harnett St., Wilmington, 28401
Comment: Property owner has some concrete slabs that have settled on a commercial property; would like to have lifted up.
Project Location: Central Blvd, Wilmington, 28401
Comment: Porch is leaning to one side
Project Location: TWISTED OAK PLACE, Wilmington, 28405
Comment: HAVE A WRAP FRONT PORCH WITH A CONCRETE SLAB. IT HAS SETTLED ABOUT 2-3 INCHES OVER THE PAST 20 YEARS