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If your driveway, sidewalk or patio has uneven surfaces due to sinking concrete, Fortress Foundation Solutions has the solution you need. PolyLevel® is an alternative solution to traditional mud jacking that lifts concrete slabs to a level position and provides long lasting stabilization. Here are some examples showing the difference PolyLevel® can make for homeowners. Call us today at 1-844-877-3244 to get started with a free estimate in Lynchburg, Bethesda, Frederick and the nearby areas!
Sinking concrete can create a serious tripping hazard. Here, you can see that by leveling the concrete at the foot of the front door to this home, tripping hazards can be eliminated and safety can be improved.
The drainage path on a concrete patio is important. Once concrete sinks, it can result in water going where it shouldn't, resulting in drainage problems. In this example, concrete lifting solved this home's drainage problems where this patio abuts the house.
In this example, parking the car in the garage required driving over a major bump. Lifting the driveway apron made parking the garage less of an ordeal.
A sunken patio can be a safety liability and diminishes the aesthetic appeal of your outdoor area. This example shows a patio that was lifted back to its original position so it is no longer dangerous and unsightly.
Not sure who to call for concrete leveling or repair on your property? Fortress Foundation Solutions is your local foundation repair contractor providing quality solutions for raising sunken concrete. We repair uneven concrete with our fast-curing and effective PolyLevel® injection foam. Contact us to schedule an free estimate for concrete repair using PolyLevel® in Lynchburg, Bethesda, Frederick, Sterling, Arlington, Fredericksburg, Silver Spring, Roanoke, Alexandria, Rockville and the surrounding areas.
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