Patio Leveling

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.

Before Mr. Level 19s patio leveling.

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:
•    ½ 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 mudjacking are two concrete leveling methods to raise and support sunken patios by drilling holes and pumping material under the concrete slab. For best results, homeowners rely on Mr. Level’s polyurethane concrete leveling foam method instead of mudjacking with grout. Advantages of polyurethane include: 

  • Concrete won’t move or sink

  • Quick cure time

  • Can be driven on immediately

  • Leaves a smaller drill size

 

After Mr. Level 19s patio leveling.

Concrete Patio Repair with Mr. Level

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

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