Concrete Leveling

SUNKEN OR UNEVEN CONCRETE?  WE HAVE YOUR SOLUTION!

Precision also specializes in concrete leveling or lifting. We have the capability to inject foam well under the existing sub base to stabilize soil, solidify sub base and raise sunken concrete. Concrete settles for several reasons, poor soil compaction, soil erosion, rodents and pests digging and burrowing, and freeze and thaw. Concrete will begin to crack as the voids develop and slabs begin to settle and also due to oversaturation from water. Concrete is like a living organism, it breaths, takes on moisture, emits moisture, and expands and contracts. The concrete leveling foam will first fill the void, compact the soil and then begin to lift. Some concrete slabs require that the soil be stabilized at a deeper level before it lifts. The most common foam we use for lifting has a compressive strength of 6500lbs per square foot. We have the ability to inject and lift concrete with foam that has a compressive strength of 28,000lbs per square foot and more. Concrete leveling can save the anywhere from 30% to 70% of replacement depending on the job. Mud jacking is a method of the past. Get stabilized with Precision!

Before and after views of driveway with concrete lifting
Driveway sunk over an inch, needed concrete lifting

For our concrete lifting and leveling, we use innovative and proven technology that is long lasting, quick, and cost effect for residential and commercial applications.  

We specialize in foam injection lifting using SPI’s Eco-Rise environmentally friendly polyurethane foam, which can be used in any weather and will never breakdown.  It impermeable to water, it will not sink or erode over time.  

Three step image of how foam injection concrete lifting works
How foam injection concrete lifting works

Why is Foam Injection Concrete Lifting better than other methods?

Costs Less – Foam Injections costs 50% less than concrete replacement.

Non Invasive – No heavy equipment to block or tear up your driveway, parking lot, or landscaping.

Clean – There is no water or mud mess afterwards, just clean and smooth concrete.

Quick – Foam concrete lifting can take as little as 30 minutes to a few hours, as opposed to days for other methods.  Additionally, area can be immediately returned to use.

Lightweight – Our eco-friendly polyurethane foam weighs just 2.5 lbs. per cu ft., as opposed to grout or mud, which can be more than 150 lbs.

Long Term – Foam not only fixes the problem, it eliminates the cause.  Concrete settles due to decomposition, erosion, and groundwater migration.  By injecting polyurethane foam into loose soils and voids, we strengthen the earth and provide water-tight encapsulation.  The slab will remain serviceable for decades.  

Chart of concrete leveling options
Benefits of different methods of concrete lifting

We provide Concrete Lifting & Stabilization for:

      • SIDEWALKS
      • DRIVEWAYS
      • WAREHOUSE FLOORS
      • PARKING LOTS
      • BASEMENT FLOORS
      • PORCHES / STAIRS
      • GARAGE APRONS
      • MACHINE PADS
      • GARAGE / SHOP FLOORS
      • POOL DECK

Concrete leveling is a superior solution in commercial settings where sidewalks, parking lots to shopping centers, malls, grocery stores, gas stations, hospitals, elderly care centers, and retirement living areas need a quick turnaround repair. Down time for tear out and replacement is not only inconvenient, but not efficient or necessary.

On an industrial level, warehouses, oil refineries, semi truck docks and parking lots, DOT rest areas, bridge approaches, grain bins, and factories all have needs for an immediate solution for settled concrete. Get stabilized with Precision Insulation and Coatings!

 
Sunken sidewalk before picture, raised and level sidewalk after picture side by side
Before and after of a settled sidewalk to house

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Before and after side by side photos of an uneven sidewalk and front step, then a leveled and lifted nice looking sidewalk and step
Before and after of sidewalk

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Burrowing animal caused step slab to drop and crack
Burrowing animal caused step slab to drop and crack

 

 

Cut slab uneven, needs concrete lifting and joint sealing
Uneven slab due to erosion before concrete lifting
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