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Concrete Leveling & Concrete Repair in Drexel Hill, PA!

Your local Drexel Hill PolyLevel contractor is BQ Basement Systems.

PolyLevel™ is a less abrasive and cost-saving alternative to concrete lifting & leveling. The entire concrete lifting process is less destructive and offers numerous benefits over typical slab raising methods. Our Drexel Hill contractors are the only professionals trained and to provide the PolyLevel™ concrete lifting solution.

The PolyLevel Concrete lifting and slab-raising applications will work for the many variations of sinking and settling concrete, including:

• Concrete driveways and concrete steps
• Interior floor slabs
• Concrete pool decks or pool surrounds
• Sunrooms with concrete floors
• Concrete roadways & parking areas
• Airport runways
• Concrete patios & landings

The Best Alternative to Mudjacking and Slab Jacking

Mudjacking, or pressure grouting, are solutions that require the demolition and replacement of an entire slab of concrete, a procedure that is time consuming and expensive. PolyLevel’s two-part foam expands instantaneously upon injection beneath a settled slab. The injection holes are small and much less abrasive than those required for mud jacking. During the injection process, PolyLevel expands many times its original volume, forcing the sunken concrete back to its initial level. It takes only a matter of minutes for the polymer to expand and reach more than 90% of its firmness!

For homeowners, general contractors and commercial property owners, the PolyLevel system is the most effective solution for repairing sunken concrete surfaces. Contact us today for a free inspection and repair estimate!

Recent job requests for PolyLevel in Drexel Hill, PA:

Project Location: Blanchard Road, Drexel Hill, 19026

Comment: I wanted to know how much cost from my house front step outside.

Project Location: Reservation Road, Drexel Hill, 19026

Comment: We have a sunroom that takes on water through the floor - we were told it is groundwater coming up between the wall and the A-frame. The floor slants and leaks most where the floor is the lowest. We've already had a french drain dug around the perimeter of the house. It didn't help.

Concrete slab lifting for Commercial Buildings