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Welcome to Mr. Level's blog. This is where we post about all things concrete leveling and concrete raising!
Concrete parking lot repair can be challenging for commercial properties. Heres how to ensure your scheduled maintenance goes smoothly.
Looking to hire a concrete leveling company? Here are the main factors that determine your concrete repair cost estimate.
Searching for concrete leveling companies in Cleveland, Ohio? Be sure to ask these questions before hiring a contractor for your concrete repair project.
Need commercial property maintenance? Mr. Level saves businesses time and money with our concrete leveling services. Learn the benefits and repair now.
Mr. Level does city work including repairing the sunken concrete around manholes. The solution is fast and cost-effective!
Mr. Level specializes in polyurethane concrete lifting to save home from water damage.
Mr. Level uses Polyurethane to repair unleveled concrete, leaving your home looking good!
Concrete grinding destroys the appearance of your property. See why its best to repair your concrete with Mr. Level polyurethane concrete leveling foam.
Mudjacking vs. polyurethane: Two concrete leveling methods that serve as an alternative to replacement. Find out which is the best concrete leveling method.
Apartment complexes, factories and warehouses trust Mr. Level to quickly level your concrete sidewalks, driveways, parking lots, loading docks and floors.
View before and after images of a sunken stamped concrete patio that was fixed with polyurethane concrete leveling.
Wet basement? Don't immediately assume you're in need of waterproofing. Mr. Level may be able to save you thousands by re-directing your concrete so that water won't go into your basement.
Concrete raising with polyurethane can help eliminate some of the stress by offering an inexpensive solution to many concrete issues that may be on a home inspectors report.
One issue homeowners have with concrete is that it will settle, or sink, as the years pass. The first question a property owner asks, is why did my concrete sink?
As you prepare for winter, one thing you should make a point to inspect is the concrete in your drive or walkway. If this concrete is badly cracked or uneven, you should consider getting it leveled.