PolyLevel® is less invasive, less disruptive, and more eco-friendly than mud jacking in Indiana.
Sinking patios, walkways, driveways, and concrete steps are unsightly and can create a tripping hazard on your property. One method to repairing sinking, settling concrete slabs is traditional mud jacking.
What is mud jacking? Mud jacking is also known as slab jacking and grout pumping. It's a repair technique for lifting concrete slabs with a mortar-based mix. Mud jacking involves pumping a mixture of water, soil, sand and Portland cement under a settling concrete slab. The material, or "slurry", cures to become a solid, stable fill to lift sunken concrete.
The problems with mud jacking: Mud jacking may be widely used, but is it the best option for lifting those sunken concrete slabs? For heavy concrete structures, mud jacking is successful when used in conjunction with slab piers, not as a standalone solution.
For sunken concrete slabs, traditional mud jacking is messy, involves on-site mixing, drilling large holes, and takes hours or days to completely cure, leaving concrete unusable.
LevelUp offers a fast, effective, and less invasive approach to concrete leveling with PolyLevel®. The PolyLevel® system involves injecting an expanding polymer foam under the concrete for a durable, long-lasting solution. If you're interested in learning about what PolyLevel® can do for you, call us for a free estimate for our alternative to mud jacking in Indianapolis, Carmel, Fishers and nearby.
The benefits of PolyLevel® injectable polymer when compared to traditional mud jacking:
LevelUp is Central Indiana's trusted concrete repair contractor. Schedule an estimate in Indianapolis, Carmel, Fishers, Bloomington, Lafayette, Noblesville, Greenwood, Anderson, Columbus, West Lafayette or nearby to learn more about why PolyLevel® is our top choice for repairing sunken driveways, sidewalks, and more!
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