PolyLevel® Companies In Oregon
Seattle, WA 98168
Matvey Foundation Repair, Inc. provides expert structural support solutions for new and existing homes and commercial foundations in the Greater Seattle and Tacoma areas.
Roseburg, OR 97470
Portland, OR 97223
Tacoma, WA 98499
TerraFirma Foundation Systems is Oregon's locally owned and PolyLevel dealer, providing basement waterproofing, crawl space repair, and foundation repair services.
Kennewick, WA 99338
Kennewick, WA 99338
Conditions where outdoor concrete has already begun to sink is not uncommon in Oregon and is often the result of shifting or a weak soil base or erosion. It causes driveways, sidewalks, walkways, concrete steps or patio areas to become tripping hazards and can effect property value.
Oregon, also known as The Beaver State, hosts a variety of soil types, ranging in density and load-bearing capacities. From the mountainous regions formed by volcanic activity to the Columbia River and barren desert, the state represents a true frontier.
Soil in any environment can change, however. When the weight above the soil exceeds the soil below, the soil will compact and settle. Clay and silt can also cause soil to compact when it becomes dry. Regardless of the reason, once soil becomes compact, heavy concrete above the soil will sink and crack. It's a gravity thing!
While it is a very noticeable problem, with the right contractor, it can have a very simple solution.
Previously, sinking concrete was repaired by a technique called "mud jacking" that uses a thick slurry to fill in the gap underneath the sunken concrete. While effective, it is not the most efficient way to solve the problem, and adds more weight above the compacting soil.
Today, select contractors in Oregon are trained and to provide a better alternative to mud jacking. PolyLevel is a less intrusive, lighter weight solution that doesn't add more weight to the problem.
If you are seeing signs of sinking concrete on your property, have a contractor to provide the PolyLevel alternative to mud jacking take a look at it. The following Oregon contractors are trained and to provide a free estimate to solve your sinking concrete problem.
By Rogena S."Very easy to work with. Answered all my questions. Took my personal needs..."
Customer ReviewBy Rogena S.
Very easy to work with. Answered all my questions. Took my personal needs into consideration.
By Kyle S."Everything went smoothly, they did everything I asked for. Concrete..."
Customer ReviewBy Kyle S.
Everything went smoothly, they did everything I asked for. Concrete surface looks amazing.
By Karen R."These guys are very detail oriented – meticulous! Can’t say..."
Customer ReviewBy Karen R.
These guys are very detail oriented – meticulous! Can’t say enough good things about the crew and the job they did for us!
By Heather P."High quality product, looks great!"
Customer ReviewBy Heather P.
High quality product, looks great!
By Patti L.
Silverton, OR"I was very pleased with all aspects of the work...I would highly recommend..."
Customer ReviewBy Patti L.
I was very pleased with all aspects of the work...I would highly recommend your firm to anyone who asked about it!
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Recent job requests for PolyLevel in OR:
Project Location: NW Cedar Ave, Redmond, OR 97756
Comment: The corners of my driveway under my garage door is has sunk. Also, one of the sections of my walkway is not level. I am wondering if this product will help level that problem so it can seal.
Project Location: SE 117th AVE, Clackamas, OR 97015
Comment: I have got some concrete stairs tipping away from the house and concrete driveway. I can send pictures, but would like an estimate to level it.
Project Location: SW 95th Ct, Tualatin, OR 97062
Comment: The dirt under my pool decking has settled leaving a void. I would like to try to fill the void to reduce the risk of a possible collapse of the concrete.
Project Location: Sw Baymeadows Ct, Beaverton, OR 97008
Comment: One corner of driveway and sidewalk need lifting
Project Location: SW Wilson Dr, Beaverton, OR 97008
Comment: I have two pads on the driveway that are sunken. Also have a porch pad that is cracked and sunken.
Project Location: SE Ripplewood Ave, Hillsboro, OR 97123
Comment: Two segments of our front sidewalk have been raised by tree roots. We're hoping to raise the surround segments to eliminate the trip hazard.
Project Location: Drew St. NE, Salem, OR 97305
Comment: My shop's concrete slab has sunken causing the door jams and roof to be uneven.
Project Location: D St SE, Turner, OR 97392
Comment: I have a small 8' x 12' concrete patio slab in my backyard. A small crack in the slab has turned into a break going from one side of the 8' width all the way across to the opposite side. On one edge of the concrete slab, the break in the concrete remains level. On the opposite edge of the concrete slab, the break in the concrete has dropped roughly 2". I saw on a TV commercial this could possibly be fixed by drilling holes in the concrete and shooting some kind of foam under the sunken end of the slab and lifting it back to make the slab level again. Is this possible? Is it possible to get someone to come out and give me a repair estimate? Thank you.
Project Location: Tierra Dr NE, Salem, OR 97305
Comment: We have a concrete slab on the frount porch area of the house that needs leveled
Project Location: Torrey Pines Dr S, Salem, OR 97302
Project Location: NE South Nebergall Loop, Albany, OR 97321
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Comment: Back corner of a patio area has lowered and you can see it in the concrete. The edge of the slab is accessible, I wonder if there is something easy to spray in there to raise it.
Project Location: Ewelty Way, Corvallis, OR 97330
Comment: I have voids under a 30x40' garage slab. The floor is settling slightly and I wish to have further subsidence prevented. I have been advised to consider foam fill under the floor.
Project Location: Devils Lake Outlet, Lincoln, OR 97367
Comment: Need Injection for two 50' x 60' concrete slabs in Lincoln City, OR
Project Location: Maple, Myrtle Point, OR 97458
Comment: Space under slab