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Polymer Foam Concrete Leveling & Filling

Void Filling – Using Polyurethane to Fill, Stabilize and Reinforce Open Spaces, such as: Under Concrete Slabs, Concrete Leveling, Driveways, Sidewalks, Walkways and Patios, Under Structures Both Commercial and Residential, Porches and Stairs

Uneven Concrete Have You Worried?...Don't Replace It, Raise It!

Uneven Concrete Slabs Can Be a Serious Problem

If Left Unaddressed, They Can Become a Threat to Your Home’s Foundation

Other Repair Options Can Be Messy, Disruptive, Expensive, and Time-Consuming

Thankfully, There's a Better Solution!

Concrete Leveling and Void Filling With Polyurethane Foam

Provides a Unique Combination of Benefits:

Our Polyfoam Leveling Service Is the Reliable and Long-Lasting Solution

Trusted to Lift and Level Sunken Concrete

Call Us Today for Your Free Consultation and Estimate.

Let’s Dive Into More Details and Benefits of Polyurethane Foam for Concrete Leveling, Void Filling, and Soil Stabilization...

Uneven Concrete: A Problem You Shouldn't Ignore

Is Your Driveway, Sidewalk, or Basement Floor Uneven, Cracked, or Tilting? Have You Noticed Water Pooling, Basement Leaks, or Misaligned Doors and Windows That Are Difficult to Open and Close?

These Problems, Caused by Unstable Soil Conditions, Can Lead to Serious Consequences, Including:

  • Tripping Hazards: Uneven Concrete Can Cause Falls and Injuries for You, Your Family, and Guests.
  • Water Damage: Pooled Water Around Your Foundation Can Seep Into Your Basement, Leading to Costly Repairs.
  • Structural Damage: Over Time, Uneven Concrete Can Put Stress on Your Foundation, Potentially Causing Cracks and Other Structural Issues.

Don’t Wait to Address Uneven Concrete! Left Unaddressed, It Can Cause Major Headaches and Financial Burdens Down the Road.

Soil Issues:

  • Soil Erosion: Over Time, Water Runoff or Improper Drainage Can Wash Away Soil Beneath the Concrete Slab, Causing It to Lose Support and Sink.

  • Unstable Soil: Poorly Compacted Soil or Soil with Low Bearing Capacity Can Settle Over Time, Leading to Uneven Concrete Slabs.

  • Freeze-Thaw Cycles (Especially for Colder Climates): The Repeated Freezing and Thawing of Water in the Soil Can Cause the Soil to Expand and Contract, Putting Stress on the Concrete Slab and Potentially Causing Cracks and Unevenness.

Water Issues:

  • Improper Drainage: Water Pooling Around the Concrete Slab Can Seep Underneath, Softening the Soil and Leading to Settlement.

  • Leaking Pipes: Underground Leaks from Pipes or Sprinklers Can Erode Soil and Create Voids Beneath the Concrete, Causing It to Sink.

Construction Issues:

  • Improper Slab Preparation: Inadequate Compaction of the Subgrade Before Pouring Concrete Can Lead to Settling Issues Later.

  • Poorly Mixed Concrete: Concrete That Is Not Properly Mixed May Not Cure Evenly and Can Develop Weak Spots That Are More Prone to Cracking and Settling.

Other Causes:

  • Tree Root Growth: Tree Roots Growing Near Concrete Slabs Can Exert Significant Pressure, Causing the Concrete to Crack and Become Uneven.

  • Excessive Weight or Traffic: Concrete Slabs Not Designed for Heavy Loads Can Crack and Settle Under Excessive Weight or Traffic.

Don't Let Uneven Concrete Cause These Problems!

We Have the Solution! Get a Free Estimate & Learn About Polyfoam Leveling Today!

Polyfoam Leveling: See How It Lifts and Stabilizes Concrete Slabs

Our Polyurethane Concrete Leveling Service, also known as Slab Lifting or Slab Jacking, offers a Highly Effective and Minimally Disruptive Solution for Raising and Stabilizing your Sunken Concrete Slabs. We inject the Polyurethane Expanding Foam under your Sidewalk, Driveway, or Porch Slabs. The Poly Foam expands and conforms to the shape of hidden voids, compacting and stabilizing the soil as it lifts the Concrete Slab back to Level.

This Process is Less Messy, Time-Consuming, and in most cases, Less Costly than Other Methods used for Concrete Leveling.

See the Concrete Evidence in this Video…

Ready to Experience the Benefits of Polyjacking and Level Up Your Concrete Slabs?

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Polyfoam Leveling: The Hassle-Free Solution for Concrete Leveling

Polyurethane Concrete Leveling, Also Known as Polyjacking or Slab Lifting, Offers a Versatile Range of Benefits That Make It the Ideal Solution for Restoring Level Concrete Surfaces. Unlike Traditional Concrete Repair Methods That Can Be Disruptive and Expensive.

Restores Stability and Levelness

  • Stabilizes Concrete: Fills gaps and voids under your concrete, strengthens weak areas, and firms up unstable soil, lifting your slab back to a level position.

Long-Lasting Reliable Results

  • Resists future settling and washout, unlike mudjacking which can wash away. Ensures you can enjoy a level surface for years to come.


  • Significantly less expensive than completely replacing the concrete slab, depending on its condition.

Quick and Minimally Disruptive

  • Fast Installation: No need for loud machinery! PolyLevel cures quickly and is ready to use the same day.
  • Minimal Surface Disruption: Smaller injection holes minimize surface disruption.

Improved Safety & Aesthetics

  • Polyjacking eliminates trip hazards and creates a smooth, level surface, enhancing curb appeal and safety around your property.

Environmentally Friendly

  • Certified: NSF-certified to meet strict environmental standards.


  • Load-Bearing Capacity: Withstands significant weight with a capacity of 7,200 lbs per square foot.

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One Fix, Many Solutions: The Power of Polyfoam Leveling

Polyurethane Concrete Leveling Isn’t Just for Driveways and Sidewalks! Discover Its Wide Range of Applications for Both Residential and Commercial Properties Below.

Around the Home:

  • Driveways: Enjoy a Smooth, Level Surface for Safe and Easy Vehicle Maneuvering. 
  • Walkways and Sidewalks: Eliminate Trip Hazards and Create a Safer Walking Experience. 
  • Patios and Porches: Restore a Level and Visually Appealing Outdoor Living Space.
  • Porch Steps: Improve Safety and Stability for Entering and Exiting Your Home.
  • Garage Floors: Create a Level Surface for Easier Parking and Maneuvering, and Prevent Water Pooling That Can Lead to Foundation Problems.
  • Basements: Address Uneven Concrete Slabs That Can Contribute to Moisture Issues and Foundation Problems.
  • Sunken Pool Decks: Restore a Level and Aesthetically Pleasing Pool Deck for Safe and Enjoyable Use.

Commercial Applications:

  • Sidewalks and Walkways: Maintain a Safe and Level Walking Surface for Customers and Employees in High-Traffic Areas.
  • Loading Docks and Warehouse Floors: Ensure a Smooth and Stable Surface for Efficient Loading and Unloading of Goods, Minimizing Potential Damage.
  • Parking Lots: Create a Level and Visually Appealing Parking Experience for Customers, Improving Curb Appeal and Safety.

Industrial Applications:

  • Warehouses and Manufacturing Facilities: Maintain Level and Stable Floors for Efficient Operation of Machinery and Equipment.
  • Loading Docks and Storage Areas: Create a Safe and Functional Environment for Heavy Equipment and Material Handling.

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Spot the Signs: Identifying Uneven Concrete Around Your Property

Spotting Uneven Concrete Early Saves You Time and Money in the Long Run. Here’s How to Identify Problem Areas and Address Them Proactively with Polyjacking Concrete Leveling.

Start With a Visual Inspection: Walk Around Your Property and Take Note of Any Areas Where the Concrete Appears Uneven, Cracked, or Sloping Downwards. Focus on Common Areas Like Driveways, Walkways, Patios, or Pool Decks. 

Here Are Some Key Things to Look For: 

  • Tripping Hazards: Uneven Slabs Can Create a Risk for You and Your Guests.
  •  Pooling Water and Drainage Issues: Puddles Forming After Rain or Snowmelt Indicate Poor Drainage Due to Uneven Concrete. 
  • Uneven Slabs: Look for Tilted, Sloping, Sinking, Heaving, or Settling Slabs. 
  • Cracks and Fractures: Cracks Developing in Your Concrete Can Be a Sign of Settling or Movement. 
  • Door Issues: Difficulty Opening or Closing Doors Leading to Uneven Concrete Areas Can Be Caused by Settling. 
  • Use a Straight Edge: Place a Long, Straight Board (Like a Level) on the Concrete Surface. Any Gaps Between the Board and the Concrete Indicate Unevenness. 
  • Measure the Difference: Use a Ruler to Measure the Difference in Height Between the Highest and Lowest Points of the Uneven Area. Generally, Concrete Leveling Is Recommended for Areas That Have Sunk or Settled More Than ½ Inch.

Spotting Uneven Concrete Early Saves You Time and Money in the Long Run. Here’s How to Identify Problem Areas and Address Them Proactively with Polyjacking Concrete Leveling.

Don't Wait Until Uneven Concrete Becomes a Major Problem!

Polyjacking Can Restore Your Property Quickly and Affordably.

Polyjacking: A Precise and Lasting Solution for Uneven Concrete

Reclaim Your Level Surfaces Quickly and Safely With Polyjacking! Our Polyurethane Foam Concrete Leveling (Polyjacking) Service Is a Long-Lasting Solution to Address Uneven Sidewalks, Walkways, Driveways, or Sunken Patios. Polyjacking Is a Minimally Invasive Technique That Uses a High-Density Polyurethane Foam to Lift and Level Settled Concrete Slabs. This Innovative Approach Restores Functionality, Curb Appeal, and Value to Your Property.

  • Assessment: Our Team Starts With a Thorough Inspection to Assess the Extent of Concrete Settling and Determine the Best Course of Action for Your Specific Needs.
  • Preparation: We Meticulously Prepare the Area by Drilling Small, Dime-Sized Holes Strategically Placed in the Concrete for Even Foam Distribution.
  • Foam Injection: We Inject a High-Density Polyurethane Foam Mixture Through the Pre-Drilled Holes. The Foam Expands to Fill Voids Beneath the Concrete Slab, Gently Lifting It Back to Its Original Level.
  • Precise Monitoring: Throughout the Injection Process, Our Experienced Technicians Carefully Monitor the Foam’s Expansion to Ensure Precise Leveling of the Concrete.
  • Thorough Cleanup: Once the Foam Cures and the Concrete Is Leveled, We Thoroughly Clean Up the Work Area, Removing Any Excess Foam or Debris.
  • Final Inspection: We Conduct a Final Inspection to Ensure the Concrete Is Properly Leveled, Stable, and Ready for Use.

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Considerations, Examples and Key Terms:

Numerous Methods for Concrete Leveling Are Available, But Polyjacking Stands Out Due to Its Unique Combination of Benefits, Making It Our Preferred Solution. 

Here’s a Quick Overview of Other Options:

  • Mudjacking (Slabjacking): Mudjacking Is Messier, Prone to Washout, and Requires Larger Injection Holes. Polyjacking Offers a Cleaner, Faster Alternative.
  • Slab Replacement: This Is the Most Expensive Option, Requiring Demolition of the Existing Concrete. Polyjacking Is Often Suitable for Use the Same Day, Saving You Time and Money.
  • Concrete Grinding: Concrete Grinding Only Reduces High Spots and Doesn’t Address Settlement. Polyjacking Lifts, Stabilizes, and Fills Voids to Prevent Future Settlement.
  • Self-Leveling Concrete: Offers Minimal Surface Improvement and Doesn’t Address Structural Issues Like Polyjacking, Which Can Prevent Future Problems.

Ready for a Free Assessment to See If Polyjacking Is the Right Solution for Your Uneven Concrete? Call Us Today!

Heave and Frost Heave: Upward Movement of Concrete Slabs Caused by Soil Expansion, Frost, or Tree Roots.

Settle, Settled, and Settlement: Downward Movement of Concrete Slabs Due to Erosion, Moisture Changes, or Improper Construction.

Slope and Slope Correction: The Slight Slant of Concrete for Proper Drainage. Adjusting This Slope Is Called “Slope Correction.”

Void and Void Filling: Empty Spaces Beneath Concrete Slabs. Filling These Voids Restores Support and Prevents Further Settlement. Polyurethane Foam Is a Common Solution for This.

Lateral Movement: The Sideways Shifting of Adjacent Slabs, Often Occurring as a Result of Leveling One Slab, Which May Necessitate the Leveling of Adjacent Slabs. Our Experienced Technicians Consider the Possibility of Lateral Movement While Assessing the Project to Ensure Evenness and Stability.

Curing and Curing Time: Allowing Materials to Reach Full Strength. Mudjacking Takes 24 Hours, While Polyurethane Foam Cures Within Hours.

Sealing: Applying Sealant to Protect Concrete from Moisture Penetration.

Expansion Joint: A Deliberate Gap Between Slabs to Allow for Movement Due to Temperature Changes. Sealing These Is Crucial.

Mudjacking (Slabjacking): Lifting Concrete with a Slurry Mixture. This Method May Require Repeated Applications Due to Potential for Re-Settlement.

Polyjacking: A Reliable and Long-Lasting Solution for Lifting and Leveling Concrete Using Polyurethane Foam. It Addresses Voids and Is More Cost-Effective Than Replacement.


To Ensure Long-Lasting Results, Concrete Leveling Projects Are Typically Paused During Winter Months When Frost Heave Can Potentially Cause Re-Settlement of the Leveled Concrete.

Heavy Rain:

Poses Risks to the Leveling Compound and Equipment, Hindering Proper Curing. If Heavy Rain Is Forecasted or Occurs During Your Scheduled Exterior Concrete Leveling Appointment, We May Contact You to Discuss Rescheduling. This Ensures That the Leveling Compound Can Cure Optimally Under Suitable Weather Conditions.

Get Ready for Your Assessment : Save Time and Ensure a Thorough Assessment

  • Clear the Area: Remove Furniture, Rugs, and Anything Blocking the Concrete Slabs (Interior) and Move Vehicles or Obstacles (Exterior).
  • Mark Areas of Concern (Optional): If You Have Specific Problem Areas, Mark Them with Washable Marker or Tape for Easy Reference During the Technician’s Visit.
  • Discuss Utilities: If You’re Aware of Any Underground Utilities Near the Concrete Slabs, Let Us Know During the Appointment. This Will Help with Planning the Repairs.

What Happens During the Assessment?

  • Our Technician Will Inspect the Slabs for Existing Damage, Assess Potential for Lateral Movement (See Key Terms), and Take Measurements for Leveling.
  • Pilot Holes (If Needed): To Determine Soil Conditions and Extensive Voids, We May Request Permission to Drill Dime-Sized Holes. These Holes Are Filled After the Assessment.
  • Feel Free to Ask Questions! Your Technician Is Happy to Answer Any Questions You Have About the Process.

Preparing for Your Repair:

  • Clear the Area Again: Similar to the Assessment, Remove Furniture, Rugs, and Anything Blocking the Slabs (Interior) and Move Vehicles or Obstacles (Exterior).
  • Mark Utilities (If Applicable): If You Haven’t Already Discussed Them, Mark Any Underground Utilities Near the Concrete Slabs Before the Repair Appointment.

What to Expect After the Repair:

  • Ready to Use (Generally): The Leveled Area Is Typically Usable Once the Repair Is Complete and the Cleanup Is Finished.
  • Curing and Care Instructions: Your Technician Will Advise You on Any Specific Curing Times or Post-Repair Maintenance Required for Your Project.

Maintaining Your Leveled Concrete:

  • Grading and Backfill: Maintain Proper Soil Grading and Backfill Around Your Foundation to Prevent Future Settling.
  • Gutters and Drainage: Ensure Your Gutters Function Properly and Are Directed to Lead Water Away from the Foundation.
  • Cracks and Sealants: Seal Expansion Joints to Prevent Water Infiltration and Potential Slab Movement.

Foundation Wall Cracks: Uneven Concrete Can Allow Water to Pool. If the Pooling Water is Entering the Basement You Might Have a Foundation Wall Crack.

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