We'll give it to you
We raise, level and stabilize concrete driveways, sidewalks, basements, warehouse floors, roadways and pads for residential and commercial properties. We use a precision injection of polyurethane foam that hardens within seconds. Made from recycled material, our environmentally approved polyurethane foam is much lighter than concrete, but is extremely strong and water impermeable, so it doesn’t wash away like mud and gravel.
Concrete slab lifting and
Concrete crack repair
We will provide you with an
honest appraisal of the job
We use quality material that is also environmentally sound
We won't surprise you with hidden costs
We strive for excellence
We will work safely
We guarantee our work
On the Level Concrete Correction is a concrete lifting company you can trust. We believe in working hard and treating people with respect, always.
Our promise to our customers:
Why fix a sunken concrete slab?
If left unrepaired, a sunken concrete slab can:
compromise a home’s foundation and walls
cause structural damage to property
affect proper water drainage, allowing for water intrusion into the home
result in uneven weight distribution on the concrete, which will lead to cracks in the slab
allow for pooling of water and the formation of ice
create serious tripping hazards
damage vehicle tires and other equipment
damage subterranean infrastructure like gas lines, pipes, or waterlines
Affect the safe movement of forklifts and warehouse operations
Detract from the value of a home and affect its saleability
Polyurethane foam is made from recycled raw materials that were previously high quality foam— making it the “greenest” polyurethane foam on the market.
Polyurethane has been used in new home construction for decades and has been rigidly tested and approved by the Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM). It has also been approved by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to be as environmentally safe as the foam in your mattress or couch. The product will never degrade unless exposed to ultraviolet light, which is virtually impossible as the foam will be covered by a concrete pad.