Residential Concrete Leveling Projects on a Budget

The start of a new year is a great time to start planning which home improvement projects you’re going to tackle. Sure, the snow may make everything look beautiful now, but what’s underneath will come to light after the spring thaw. Not to mention, all the time you’ll be spending snuggled up indoors will bring interior home projects to the forefront of your to-do list. It’s best to use this time to get ahead and start factoring your home improvement projects into your budget now. Need some home improvement ideas? Keep reading for some budget-friendly ways you can improve your home this year with Mr. Level.

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Concrete Home Improvement Projects:


Fallen, cracked and damaged concrete is not only visually unappealing, it also can be dangerous. Don’t put off your concrete repair projects in 2019. Mr. Level has expertise when it comes to concrete floors, basements, pool decks, patios, curbs, driveways, sidewalks and more. Check out all the different ways Mr. Level can help you with your home improvement projects this year.

Level Your Concrete


As you’re outside shoveling your driveway and walkways, think about what’s underneath the blanket of white. Have sunken or damaged concrete? Sunken slabs of concrete are common in Ohio, especially with the changing weather. After a dramatic freeze and thaw cycle, heaving can occur, causing the ground to push up on concrete and crack. It’s wise to have a game plan in place to prepare for any cracks that may surface come springtime.

In the winter, though, you should consider any interior home renovations. With the kids running around the basement, imperfections become more apparent and can create tripping hazards and other liabilities. Additionally, the impact of winter freezing and salt will wreak havoc on your garage floor. Winter is the perfect time to repair concrete floors with Mr. Level’s polyurethane foam method. Our polyurethane leveling process is used for concrete lifting, stabilization and void filling. In mere hours—and for half the cost of concrete replacement—your floors will be ready for entertaining and guaranteed to last a lifetime.

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Replace Your Concrete


Need a new driveway put in or an old driveway dug out and replaced? While we’ll always recommend concrete repair first, Mr. Level is one of the only companies that will redo your concrete if it’s unable to be fixed or replaced. As a full-service concrete company, Mr. Level has experience with driveways and extensions, porches, patios, decorative concrete, pool decks, garage floors, basement floors, and more. Not to mention, Mr. Level offers a two-year guarantee on all new concrete.

Looking for a nice finish to enhance the look of your home? Mr. Level is one of the few companies that allows you to choose a color and stamp design before we get started. Have a specific look in mind? We can replace your driveway with more than a simple broom finish. We offer many designs, including a hand troll finish or a stamped border, to help you achieve the right look for your home.  

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Reinforce Your Seawall


If you live on the shore of Lake Erie, investing in seawall reinforcement now can help save money on costly seawall repair in the future. Due to the high-impact energy derived day in and day out from the waves, seawalls are highly susceptible to falling and/or cracking—and they are very expensive to replace.

Take preventive measures this year by reinforcing your seawall with Mr. Level’s polyurethane foam. A properly maintained seawall should last between 40 to 60 years, and  our poly leveling reinforcement will save you and your community the costly expense of having to replace the seawall on a more frequent basis.

For More Home Improvement Ideas…


This winter, join us at Cleveland IX Center trade shows to learn more about the options available for your home improvement projects:

  • The NARI Home Improvement Show opens its 38th year Jan. 17-20, 2019 at the Cleveland IX Center. Tickets are available on-sit at the IX Center box office. This is the only local expo awarded “Consumer Show of the Year” by the National Association of Consumer Shows. Find Mr. Level at this must-see event!

  • The Great Big Home and Garden Show will return Feb. 1-10, 2019 at the Cleveland IX Center. Get ideas for your yards, patios and gardens to enhance your curb appeal. Buy your tickets online, and come to visit Mr. Level.

  • The Cleveland Auto Show is Feb. 22 - March 3, 2019 at the Cleveland IX Center. Cracked and uneven concrete is bad for your vehicles. Come learn how Mr. Level can help keep your vehicles running as smooth as our concrete.

  • Live in Avon, Ohio? The North Coast Building Industry Association (NCBIA) Home and Remodeling Show will be held on Saturday, March 9, 2019, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Come see Mr. Level at the Emerald Events Center.

We’re eager to start planning your home improvement projects with you! Contact Mr. Level for more information on concrete leveling or to get a free quote.
 

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