If you have sinking concrete around your home, Lowcountry Foundation Repair can lift and restore your concrete to help eliminate trip hazards and pooling water problems. We level concrete driveways, walkways, patios, pool decks, and slabs in Georgia and South Carolina using a proven polyurethane foam injection solution called PolyLevel®.
With PolyLevel, we can quickly restore the appearance and safety of your concrete without the mess or cost of replacement or traditional mudjacking.
For a free cost estimate on PolyLevel concrete repair in Greater Savannah, call us at 1-833-387-1024 or click below to request your no-obligation assessment.
A concrete walkway was lifted and leveled with PolyLevel. The job took two hours! If you have a tripping hazard that needs to be fixed, give us a call.
Having a pool is a big responsibility! You want to ensure it is a safe environment for people to enjoy. These homeowners in Summerville, SC had a raised slab of concrete that was a major tripping hazard for their pool area. They called Lowcountry Basement Systems to help with a solution.
Our team of professionals arrived and injected our Polylevel foam injection - a perfect solution that avoids breaking up the concrete and shutting down the pool for a length of time. Instead, Polylevel is injected beneath the slab to raise the concrete back to its original position, letting you get back to your pool activities as soon as possible!
If you have a tripping hazard due to sinking concrete, contact us today!
This Seabrook, SC homeowner became concerned about her pool deck when she noticed large cracks in the concrete. She called Lowcountry Basement Systems to schedule a FREE appointment with one of our inspectors.
Our inspector, Brian Hunter, suggested that she fill and seal the crack with our NexusPro Joint Sealant, a long-lasting silicone-based sealant that fills joints and cracks.
After one day of installation, the crack was completely sealed and the homeowner was thrilled with the outcome!
This Beaufort, SC homeowner became concerned about his patio slab when he noticed it was severely sinking in certain areas. One area of the slab was sinking by 3.5 inches! After seeing a Lowcountry Basement Systems' truck, he decided to schedule an appointment with an inspector to receive a free estimate.
Lowcountry Basement Systems' inspector, Josh Nease, was sent to Beaufort to look at the sinking patio. He suggested that he have PolyLevel installed under the slab to raise it back to its desired level. PolyLevel is a high-density polyurethane that is injected through a dime-sized hole in the concrete. It expands beneath the concrete slab to lift it back to its desired height.
After two days of installation, the slab was raised back to its level position and the homeowner was thrilled with the outcome!
Lowcountry Basement Systems filled a void under this house to prevent a future foundation problem. We used our PolyLevel Foam Injection to fill the problem space.
PolyLevel is a high-density polymer that can be used to fill voids under concrete slabs to prevent sinking or settling. It was the perfect solution for this homes needs.
This Bluffton, SC homeowner started to notice that his driveway was beginning to sink. He wanted to get this fixed as soon as possible, so he called Lowcountry Basement Systems to schedule an appointment and receive an estimate.
We fixed his sinking concrete driveway by lifting the slabs with our PolyLevel, which is a high-density polyurethane that raises concrete slabs back to their desired position. After two days of installation, the slab was lifted back to its original position, and the homeowner was more than pleased with the results!
This Okatie, SC homeowner became concerned about his walkway when he noticed an armadillo had dug out a huge hole all the way through into his crawl space. He contacted Lowcountry Basement Systems to schedule a free appointment with one of our inspectors.
Our inspector, Brian Hunter, suggested that he fill the hole where the armadillo had dug with our PolyLevel, a high-density polyurethane that is injected through a dime-sized hole in the concrete. It expands beneath the concrete slab to lift it back to its desired height.
After one day of installation, the hole was completely filled and unnoticeable! The homeowner was absolutely thrilled with the outcome.
This Sparta, GA homeowner became concerned about his home's foundation when he noticed cracks in his porch steps and garage. He needed a permanent solution to this problem before it became worse, so he contacted Lowcountry Basement Systems to schedule a free appointment with one of our inspectors.
Our inspector, Brian Hunter, suggested that he fill the cracks and lift the porch steps back to place with our PolyLevel product, a high-density polyurethane that is injected through a dime-sized hole in the concrete. It expands beneath the concrete slab to lift it back to its desired height.
After three days of installation, the project was complete and the homeowner was very happy with the outcome!
This homeowner's concrete porch had sunk several inches due to settling soils beneath it. Our team used a PolyLevel injection to quickly and efficiently lift the porch back to it's original position.
Audrey of Hilton Head Island met a Lowcountry Basement Systems team member at the Savannah Home and Garden Show. After learning about PolyLevel’s ability to lift concrete, Audrey scheduled a free inspection of the area around her dock.
Ed A. of Hilton Head Island, SC wanted to sell his house ASAP. However, there was one minor problem he had. His driveway needed to be fixed. A quote to repour the concrete came in at $8,000, said Ed. He decided to have Lowcountry fix the concrete slab and save his money. Lowcountry fixed the driveway's issues and achieved a satisfying result.
This Hilton Head, SC homeowner became concerned about his aggregate finish driveway when he noticed the slabs were beginning to sink and there were voids in certain areas under the slabs. He knew he was living in his forever home and that this issue had to be solved, so he called Lowcountry Basement Systems to schedule a free appointment with one of our inspectors.
Our inspector, Brian Hunter, suggested that he fill the void and lift the sinking concrete with our PolyLevel, a high-density polyurethane that raises concrete slabs back to their desired position.
After one day of installation, the slabs were completely lifted back into position and the project was complete. The homeowner was more than pleased with the results!
This Hilton Head, SC homeowner became concerned about her walkway when she noticed the tree's roots next to her house were cracking the concrete. She had the tree and roots removed, but her concrete sunk where the tree roots once were. She called Lowcountry Basement Systems for a free estimate for PolyLevel.
Lowcountry Basement Systems sent Brian Hunter to Hilton Head to inspect the walkway. He explained how the PolyLevel System worked and how it would lift her concrete slab back to a level position. PolyLevel is a high-density polyurethane that is injected through a dime-sized hole in the concrete. It expands beneath the concrete slab to lift it back to its desired height.
After just one day of installation, the walkway looked good as new. The homeowner was thrilled!
Harry C. of Hilton Head Island, SC called Lowcountry Basement Systems after seeing an advertisement for concrete lifting and leveling services. Harry had a problem behind his home, his pool deck had been sinking, cracks formed and he was concerned that someone would hurt themselves around the pool.
Lowcountry Basement Systems fixed Harry's problem with PolyLevel!
Quick installation and cure time
Accurate lift for clean results
Adjustable for loads of all sizes
The causes of concrete settlement and sinking are the same whether it's a driveway, walkway, patio, garage floor, or pool deck. As soil underneath a concrete slab shrinks, settles or washes away, this leaves empty space, or voids, beneath the slab. With the soil no longer supporting the slab, the concrete will sink, creating an uneven surface.
PolyLevel uses a high-density polyurethane foam to fill voids and stabilize and lift sinking concrete slabs. The expanding properties of the two-part urethane formula allows for accurate leveling of the slab. The result is a waterproof repair that's much more permanent than mudjacking and other common concrete repair methods.
Small 5/8” holes are strategically drilled in the slab.
Injection ports are installed.
Polyurethane foam is injected beneath the concrete to fill voids and raise the slab.
Holes and control joints are sealed.
Lowcountry Foundation Repair has the expertise and equipment to quickly raise and level many types of slab-on-grade concrete, so you can use those areas around your home without worry.
Click and drag the circle on each photo to see before and after examples of concrete raising.
If you have a driveway that's sunken or uneven, replacing it might not be the most cost-effective option. We can use PolyLevel to raise the concrete, creating an even surface and preventing further sinking and cracking. Our driveway leveling process can eliminate unsafe conditions and improve the curb appeal of your home. The life of your driveway will also be extended for years without the need for replacement.
An uneven sidewalk not only looks bad, but it creates a tripping hazard. If the concrete slab is still intact, don't waste your money on replacing the concrete. With PolyLevel, we can raise your sunken sidewalk, allowing you to walk on the sidewalk within an hour. Our sidewalk leveling process saves you time and money.
You shouldn't have to worry about tripping on uneven concrete when relaxing on your patio. You might also notice your table and chairs wobbling because of uneven concrete. Concrete leveling can eliminate these issues and provide a safe, even surface.
If your home has sloped floors, cracks in floor tiles, gaps below baseboards, gaps at the tops of walls or sticking doors, you might have a concrete settlement problem. Our use of polyurethane foam for concrete floor leveling is a long-lasting alternative to self-leveling treatments.
Has your concrete pool deck seen better days? Worried about the cracked, uneven deck causing tripping hazards? PolyLevel can raise your concrete pool deck back to its original position and help restore your backyard pool area into the oasis it once was.
Looking for commercial, industrial or municipal solutions? PolyLevel can be used for a broad range of applications, such as concrete lifting and leveling, void filling, soil stabilization and leak repair. Learn more about our commercial PolyLevel services in Georgia and South Carolina.
Before PolyLevel, there were two basic options for lifting and leveling concrete: mudjacking and slab replacement. Both approaches have limitations and disadvantages. PolyLevel offers many advantages over traditional concrete leveling methods:
|Mudjacking or Slabjacking|
|Cure Time||15 minutes||24 hours or more|
|Material Weight||2 lbs per cubic foot||100 lbs per cubic foot|
|Hole Size||5/8" (size of a penny)||1" (size of a quarter)|
Replacing a concrete slab is both expensive and disruptive. Concrete slabs can take days - or even weeks - to cure. Pouring new concrete over bad soil often delays future problems and leaves unsightly patchwork. PolyLevel material is lightweight, so it won't add weight to weak soil. Best of all, PolyLevel allows for use of concrete within hours, not weeks.
If your concrete is structurally-sound, why replace it? Replacing the concrete won't fix the soil problem that's causing the settlement. Concrete leveling is the answer. Contact Lowcountry Foundation Repair today for an on-site inspection and free cost estimate in Macon, Savannah, Charleston, North Charleston, Mount Pleasant, Warner Robins, Summerville, Goose Creek, Hilton Head Island, Fayetteville and the surrounding areas.