What is Concrete Pool Leveling?

Cement Leveling for Pools | Mr. Level

Concrete pools are meant to be strong and last a long time. But it is not to say that they do not require a good bit of maintaining in order to keep them in pristine condition every year.

As you own your concrete pool long-term, it comes as no surprise if it begins to sink due to one or more of the following conditions:

  • Flooding
  • Poor compaction
  • Underperforming pool equipment
  • And soil erosions

Symptoms for these pool conditions include cracks, trip hazards, deck settlements, and uneven water levels on two or more sides of your pool.

Whether you are facing issues with your concrete pool, or have a bad feeling about the shape of your pool, there is no concrete job that Mr. Level cannot handle. We provide excellent polyurethane concrete stabilization that is fast, hassle-free, and effective.

Pool Concrete Leveling | Mr LevelHow Does Concrete Pool Leveling Work?

With Mr. Level, your concrete pool can be repaired and/or lifted with polymer injections that expand underneath your concrete. As a result, your pool is raised to its proper height in addition to being stabilized with the soil underneath being professionally compacted.

The polymer is inserted underneath your pool with small (dime-sized) holes. As the polyurethane expands, the weakened soil will become compacted and it will be more capable of keeping your pool up. The polyurethane will help to realign your pool, bringing it back to its proper position and height, just like on day one. This procedure works the same for leveling concrete driveways, steps, patios and other foundations. With all these concrete applications repaired around your house, you can get its value increased dramatically in very little time.

What Else Can Be Done To My Pool?

In addition to leveling your concrete, any cracks will be filled, sealed and harder to notice. This ensures that your pool is safe to step and walk across without falling, stumbling or hurting your feet. Secondly, if you have stairs leading into your pool, we're able to level things out. 

Why Cement Leveling Is Worth The Investment:

Polyurethane concrete stabilization is a fast and painless project that ensures that your pool is ready for use in a flash. Our projects don’t take a matter of days or weeks, but most of our projects are started and finished in the same day. This concrete stabilization saves you time, so that life can go on as usual and nothing can interrupt it. Polyurethane is the best method, find out why here.

Furthermore, the repair of your concrete pool does not contribute towards health detriments for plant and water life around you, and will not cause any harm to your pool or your family. Pump it! Don't repair it with Mr. Level.


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