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LIFTING & LEVELING

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Lift & Level Your Sunken Concrete

Uneven concrete can create dangerous trip hazards and lower your curb appeal. Unfortunately, the problem will likely get worse over time as the slab continues to settle into the ground. Our concrete experts at EverLevel use a permanent solution to lift your concrete back into place for a safe and even surface.  

Why Does Concrete Sink?

The main reason for sinking concrete is the moisture content in the soil beneath the slab. The soils expand as they become wet and contract as they dry, which creates voids and causes the soil to shift.

In order to permanently fix the problem, you need a completely waterproof solution that addresses the problem soils and won’t washout during rainstorms.

Over time, the soil becomes unsupportive and can no longer support the weight of the slab and causes it to settle into the ground.

Benefits of Our Polyurethane Foam

At EverLevel of Omaha, we use a completely waterproof polyurethane foam that fills all voids in the soil and provides a permanent solution that lifts and levels your concrete. Traditional methods like mudjacking use a mud and slurry mix that does not provide a waterproof solution and eventually washes out over time.

To install our polyurethane foam, we drill a dime-sized hole into the sunken slab and inject the foam into the soil below. The foam instantly expands, hardens, and lifts the sunken slab back into place. After the desired height is reached, we cover the hole with cement so you’ll never know we were there.

We can use our polyurethane foam to lift and level any of the following concrete slabs:

  • Sidewalk

  • Driveway

  • Porch/Patio

  • Garage Floor

  • Steps

  • Interior slabs

 

Cure time is extremely quick and you can start using your slab again in as little as 15 minutes!

Rely on Omaha’s Concrete Experts

Worried about your sunken concrete? Contact the experts at EverLevel for a free inspection. During your appointment, we will walk you through the entire process, review your options for repair, and answer any questions you have.