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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Mr. Level Talks Concrete Repair on New Day Cleveland

By Mr. Level
July 03, 2019 Category: Concrete Repair

Get your home in summer shape by repairing your concrete patio, driveway, sidewalk, and more. Mr. Level owner Joe Work talks about his various concrete repair services and the benefits of polyurethane foam on New Day Cleveland. Learn more about the concrete repair services featured in the New Day Cleveland segment: Waterproofing Your Home At Mr. Level, one of our most important jobs is preventing water from leaking into someones home. Especially with the amount of rain we get in Cleveland, weve helped both customers who already have water in their basement as well as people who see the water outside of their homes that hasnt made its way into their house yet. We can fill voids and lift your sunken concrete patio, sidewalk, or driveway to stop and prevent water from leaking into your house. ADA Compliance for Sidewalks The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) has a set of guidelines to ensure that sidewalks are constructed to a set of standards that ensures accessibility for the

Storm Protection for Your Lake Erie Break Wall

By Mr. Level
July 03, 2019 Category: Repairing A Seawall

If you live along Lake Erie, you know how powerful a storm can be. While you likely have storm protection for your windows and doors, its important to also remember your break wall (also known as a seawall). Sure, the whole point of a break wall is to protect your home and land from powerful waves and flooding. However, the high-impact energy derived from the waves can make your break wall susceptible to falling and/or cracking. Heres what you should do before and after a Lake Erie storm. Ongoing Break Wall Maintenance Taking into consideration the power of a Lake Erie storm, you may find yourself replacing your break wall more often than youd like. Rather than replacement, a more cost-effective solution is to take ongoing preventative measures against storms and water surges. With poly leveling, a regularly maintained break wall should last about 40 to 60 years. This process utilizes an eco-friendly polyurethane foam injected into the concrete to form a water-resistant seal. This

The Importance of a Commercial Concrete Inspection

By Mr. Level
July 03, 2019 Category: Concrete Repair

As a business owner, safety and budgets are two things that are likely always top-of-mind. When was your last concrete inspection? A commercial concrete inspection reveals underlying problems, that if repaired, can prevent customer and employee injury, and more expensive concrete replacement projects down the line. Why Regular Concrete Inspections Are Necessary Your sidewalks, steps, parking lots, and more are likely made of concrete. Eventually, wear and tear from regular use and exposure to certain weather conditions can cause cracks and uneven surfaces, leading to flooding and trip hazards. While your insurance policy will likely cover claims, slipping on a wet surface or tripping over a concrete crack may cause your premium to spike, leading to years of increased costs. You may even be violating ADA regulations, which could slap your business with additional fines. The more you prolong your concrete repairs, the faster these issues can escalate. This is where a concrete inspection