We can level your settled, unstable concrete slabs. By injecting a hydrophobic geopolymer expanding foam beneath the concrete, we can raise it back to its proper position. The foam fills voids AND lifts, providing a stable base.

Our process is fast and won’t create a mess. Our concrete services and products are environmentally friendly, so they won’t break down or release any harmful chemicals into the soil. It’s the perfect solution for:

  • Driveways
  • Sidewalks
  • Patios
  • Pool decks
  • Pools
  • Parking lots
  • Factory floors
  • Loading docks
  • Concrete roads

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BENEFITS OF CONCRETE SLAB LEVELING

Extends the Life of Your Concrete

When you think about it, concrete is made of very simple materials: rock or sand aggregate, water, and cement. That’s it. Yet like all things created by humans, concrete eventually breaks down. But because concrete is made from natural elements of the earth, repair is as simple as putting those elements back together by reinforcement means.

By injecting a hydrophobic geopolymer expanding foam beneath the concrete, you’ll concrete will rise and mesh together, creating a stronger, reinforced surface using all-natural, environmentally-friendly materials that causes little to no damage to the surrounding areas. This means no damage to your nearby landscaping. This quick, efficient process can’t be beat in terms of quality and safety to those around you. With our concrete leveling services, you’ll have peace of mind about your concrete.

Concrete Leveling Technologies is proud to offer the best residential and commercial slab leveling services to those in Austin and nearby communities, such as Converse, New Braunfels, and Round Rock.

If you suspect that something may be wrong with your surface, concrete slab leveling might be the solution. Contact us to take a look, and we’ll give you a free estimate to repair it.


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