Leveling Sandstone Sidewalks

Sidewalk Leveling

Responsibility for maintenance of sidewalks, public or private, varies from city to city. There are many Cleveland suburbs that will cite it's residents for sidewalks that are labeled as trip hazards or that cause puddling. Is your sidewalk a trip hazard? Did you already receive a citation? Feel free to give us a call for a free concrete leveling estimate or fill out our form online.

Leveling Sidewalk Slabs

Mr. Level is experienced in leveling sidewalks of all kind and can even preserve your sandstone sidewalks. Check out one instance where we saved a homeowner’s sandstone sidewalks:

Leveling Sandstone Sidewalks

Many of the older suburbs in Northeast Ohio, like Rocky River, have sandstone sidewalks. Sandstone sidewalks are a beautiful feature in any neighborhood. In the video (above) we explain an insance where a client wanted us to pump their sidewalk so they didn't lose the Rocky River charm they've grown to love. We were able to get in, get the job done quickly, and almost unnoticed.

Sidewalk Leveling | Mr. Level

The holes that we drill for polyurethane concrete leveling are 5/8" in size – the size of a thumbnail. (Above) You’ll see there is some white debris left over around the holes from drilling – that usually goes away after a few rains.

Level Your Sidewalk with Mr. Level:

Mr. Level can preserve your sandstone sidewalks. No matter what you need leveled: cement, sandstone, masonry – anything we can pump under we can lift. Give Mr. Level a call today for your free estimate!

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Patio Leveling

By Mr. Level
February 20, 2019 Category: General

Level your sunken patio Many home patios are made from concrete because of its durability and even visual qualities, especially when stamped with a design. However, concrete can lead to sunken patios and gaps between slabs. Chalk it up to excessive wear and tear, extreme weather conditions, or shifting in soil. Uneven patios are a huge problem for homeowners because they can cause poor drainage, trip hazards, puddling, icing, and cracked concrete. Rather than replace the concrete, homeowners are better off repairing it. Patio leveling Concrete leveling is fast and inexpensive compared to a complete patio overhaul. Mr. Level has experience raising patios to fix issues associated with uneven concrete. Benefits of concrete leveling include: the cost of replacement Does not damage the surrounding landscape Repaired in hours while it would require days to remove and replace Eliminates trip hazards and associated liabilities Polyurethane concrete leveling foam Polyurethane foam and

Seawall Repair

By Mr. Level
February 20, 2019 Category: Seawall Repair

Reinforce and repair your falling or cracked seawall If you live along Lake Erie, you likely have a seawall, otherwise known as a breakwall, to prevent flooding and deter shore erosion. However, seawalls are commonly made from concrete, which means that the high-impact energy from the waves can cause it to fall or crack. For a cost-effective solution to replacing your seawall, homeowners find it far more beneficial to conduct regular maintenance for reinforcement and repair. How to repair a seawall Once damage is visible, theres a small window of time for seawall repair. Does your seawall need to be repaired? Look for the following signs: Are there any cracks or pieces broken off the cap? Are any of the slabs beginning to deteriorate? Are any of the concrete slabs learning? Is your property losing soil behind the wall? Mr. Level has experience reinforcing and repairing seawalls using an eco-friendly polyurethane foam to form a water-resistant seal. Our poly leveling method is

Why Polyurethane is Better than Mudjacking

By Mr. Level
January 25, 2019 Category: Concrete Leveling

Mudjacking and polyurethane are two common concrete leveling solutions for homeowners and commercial properties looking for an alternative to costly replacement. Is one concrete leveling method better than the other? Lets compare mudjacking vs. polyurethane. What is Mudjacking? Mudjacking is a concrete leveling method that pumps mud under a building, driveway or other sunken concrete to lift it. A specialized hydraulic pump pushes the mud mix into holes drilled in the slabs. Mr. Level considers mudjacking the Flintstones approach to concrete leveling. With mudjacking, your sunken concrete is drilled with dime-size holes, pumped with mud and then the mud hardens up. To support the lifted concrete, mudjacking relies on underlying soils, which are impacted by the same elements that lead to cracking and sinking, so contractors are not able to guarantee the work. What is Polyurethane? An alternative concrete leveling option, polyurethane foam is used in place of mud. The foam expands

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