Professional Concrete Lifting and Leveling Services in Central Florida
A sinking or cracking concrete slab can quickly cause problems at your home, business, or commercial location. A concrete surface is intended to be a secure and solid support so when that is compromised, it is very important that it is properly repaired in a timely manner. Not only does it look unprofessional but it can have an impact on the structural integrity of the slab.
In the past, when larger projects suffered sinking or settling with their concrete slabs, it was necessary to tear out the problem areas and replace it with now concrete, even if the slab was still in good condition. Now that there is a better method to perform the raising and leveling repairs, this can be done without tearing out and re-pouring the slabs.
Utilizing a state of the art Structural Polymer we inject the expanding polyurethane polymer under the slab and can raise to level the sinking concrete slab. The polymer is structural sound and cures quickly which will allow full use of the surface in minimal time.
What Can Be Lifted?
Our experts at SafeBase Foundation Repair & Concrete Leveling can help you level a wide variety of concrete surfaces and structures. From large commercial spaces and applications to small residential patios our team can lift it all. Our patented Poly-Foam jacking system is designed to hold up to the pressure of large concrete slabs and the rigorous weather conditions in florida.
Our commercial concrete leveling services are available for the following locations:
- Industrial Buildings
- Municipal Buildings
- Parking Lots
Our residential concrete leveling services are available for the following areas of your home:
- Garage floors
- Basement floors
- Patios and porches
- Pool decks
- Garden paths
Don't Replace Sinking Concrete
The best feature of the Polyjacking process is that it can be performed on large slabs which allows us to repair jobs that seem too big for the traditional mudjacking repair process. The repairs can be done with minimal impact on the existing slab and with little to no down time to the business.