The concrete repair companies listed here are experienced concrete leveling contractors in the PolyLevel network serving Oregon. PolyLevel contractors offer expertise and experience solving concrete problems, including lifting and leveling concrete that has settled or is sinking, cracked, or unlevel. 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 concrete repair solution. Contact your local PolyLevel dealer today to get a free concrete repair estimate".
The weight of your concrete and the composition of the soil underneath can lead to concrete settlement, uneven concrete slabs, and concrete cracks. As Oregon's seasonal temperatures and precipitation vary over the course of a year, soils shift. Soils rich in clay will shift more dramatically. Oregon's state soil, called "Jory" contains reddish brown clays beneath the surface soil layer. But even regions with less clay-heavy soil will shift and contract in response to ground moisture. Shrinking soil leads, over time, to voids forming beneath your concrete slabs. Since the soil can no longer support the weight, the concrete is pulled down. This happens when the original soil was "fill" soils as well. At the first sign of concrete settlement, it's important to seek out a concrete repair solution that addresses the underlying soil conditions.
Residential concrete is an ideal material for walkways in and around your Oregon home and for outdoor living spaces, like sunrooms and porches. When that concrete settles or cracks, it stops serving its purpose and may become unsafe. Cracked, uneven concrete is also unattractive, detracting from the beauty and value of your home. Homeowners in Oregon seek out PolyLevel, looking for the best method for sidewalk raising, lifting concrete slabs back to their original position, and addressing the first signs of concrete settlement in their driveway, pool deck or interior concrete flooring.
PolyLevel is a fast, effective concrete repair solution for lifting and leveling concrete slabs all around the home:
In addition to looking for a Oregon concrete repair company who serves your town or region, you want to know that they understand the causes for failing concrete and have concrete repair solutions that are effective, long-term, and affordable.
PolyLevel is a two-part expanding foam solution effective in many concrete lifting applications, in both residential and commercial settings. Concrete repair alternatives to PolyLevel include complete concrete replacement and “mud jacking,” an industrial application that uses a thick cement slurry to fill in the gap underneath sunken concrete. Both of these techniques are excessive when fixing a set of stairs that has pulled away from the home, or raising a patio concrete slab back to its original level. These alternative methods are disruptive, time-consuming, costly, and don’t address the soil-related issues that cause concrete settlement. Using foam to raise sunken concrete is the best solution for many concrete problems because it is fast, effective, less disruptive to property, and affordable. In addition, PolyLevel is a less intrusive process for lifting concrete that doesn't add more weight to the problem.
Your local Oregon PolyLevel contractor is an independent company supported by a national concrete repair network. In addition to reading reviews, check out past work by your local concrete contractor. A before-and-after picture showing the results of lifting and leveling an uneven concrete slab is worth 1,000 words!
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 involved in fixing your concrete. After inspecting your sunken concrete, your local contractor should be able to propose a solution and provide a written estimate for repair costs.
Sunken concrete only gets worse over time. Improve the safety, appearance, and value of your property by raising your concrete slabs. PolyLevel dealers in Oregon help homeowners every day fix the failing concrete around their homes. For reliable concrete repair in Portland, Salem, Beaverton, and Hillsboro, contact your local expert in concrete leveling!
Choose a Polylevel dealer in Oregon to raise and repair your settled concrete. You can be confident that you’re getting the right concrete leveling product, delivered by an expert contractor.
Project Location: Pendleton, OR 97801
Comment: The front porch with 2 steps down plus 2 slabs of the walkway are sinking. The concrete is pulling away from the front door entrance. The porch concrete area is 70 X 36
Project Location: Pendleton, OR 97801
Comment: Sinking side walk and front entry stairs
Project Location: Klamath Falls, OR 97601
Comment: Slabs in garage are shifting
Project Location: West Linn, OR 97068
Comment: I need an estimate on fixing the void under my concrete patio slab.
Project Location: Or - Canby, OR 97013
Comment: Concrete slab with water erosion under it. No noticeable settling of the slab, but concerned about the future and interested in an estimate to fill the void.
Project Location: Beaverton, OR 97007
Comment: Estimate for leveling front door step an side service door walk
Project Location: Salem, OR 97302
Comment: A section of our garage floor slopes and therefore our garage door does not close without a large gap. We have tried different "gap fillers" with no success.
Project Location: Albany, OR 97321
Comment: I have a slab on the driveway that is sinking and also one on the patio in back of the house.
Project Location: Medford, OR 97504
Comment: Our garage door touches the ground in the middle and increases to a 4 inch gap at both sides.
Project Location: Corvallis, OR 97333
Comment: Sinking porch and walkway
Project Location: Philomath, OR 97370
Comment: I have a small section of concrete sidewalk that has settled and needs to be leveled since it has become a tripping hazard.
Project Location: Sutherlin, OR 97479
Comment: Want experienced mud-jacking contractor to advise our RV Community on lifting sunken slabs on our RV lots. I'm the point person investigating whether this is the right technology for our needs. Thanks for your interest.
Project Location: Arch Cape, OR 97102
Comment: We have a concrete pad underneath our propane tank at our home. The concrete has sunk into the ground on one side by around 6 inches, causing the tank to sit at a slant. We'd like it raised back up to be level to support the propane tank. I realize that our home is far away from Portland, so I'd be glad to take some pictures to show you what it looks like.
Project Location: Newport, OR 97365
Comment: Have a 10ft. X 16ft. Concrete slab in front of garage that has broken in the middle and sunk down about 6 inches on one side.
Project Location: Gold Beach, OR 97444
Comment: I have a front porch concrete slab, 24' (288") x 5'1" (61") that is subsiding along the length, having dropped 3" at one end & also pulled away from the house at that end about 1.75". There are 4"x4" posts holding up the porch roof resting on the outside edge of the slab, as well. I'm interested in getting a quote for permanently lifting the slab & positioning it back in place.