Concrete Leveling Services for Concrete Repair by United Dynamics, Inc.

Concrete leveling is an easy, cost-effective, and quick way to restore and repair uneven concrete to the original position. New homes, commercial buildings, and any new modern construction needs a strong foundation. Shifting soil can weaken the structure of concrete, not allowing the concrete to provide the years of support it is supposed to. When the soil shifts, the concrete slab will begin to crack and collapse, due to the uneven weight distribution.

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Our Concrete Leveling Options

United Dynamics provides several concrete leveling and repair services in New Albany, depending on the damage. Our professionals will guide you towards the right concrete leveling technique for your home, depending on your budget. If you are unsure which concrete leveling option best suits your property, or if you are wondering about helical piers, contact our experts.

Helical Piers

Helical piers are used to drive through soil that has been weakened, until your home is properly stabilized and supported. Our team of concrete repair experts in New Albany will install these helical piers, then will adjust a bolt to lift the concrete back into position.

Pressure Grouting

Pressure grouting involves the process of holes being drilled into certain areas of the damaged concrete, then filling these with polyfoam material. Where there are open spaces under your concrete, this polyfoam material will fill these areas, lifting the concrete back into place. This method is very common and reliable for fixing issues with your concrete, and is often referred to as poly-leveling or mudjacking.

What is Self-Leveling Concrete?

Self-leveling concrete is polymer-modified cement, which is a different formula than your typical concrete. This gives the concrete high flow characteristics, not requiring an excessive amount of water for placement, unlike traditional concrete. Our concrete leveling experts here in New Albany use self-leveling concrete most often to make a flat, smooth surface with high compressive strength, allowing for interior floor coverings to be installed. You would not use this type of concrete for an area such as a sidewalk, without avoiding leveling it later on.

How Soil Affects Concrete

The main causes of concrete problems are usually water erosion or unsupportive soil. A decent amount of rain or plumbing leaks can lead to water formation underneath the concrete. This can lead to the soil weakening over time, causing uneven support distribution for the concrete slab. This is when we see the concrete begin to crack or even sink.

Another possible cause of cracked concrete could be overgrown tree roots. They sometimes can force their way beneath the concrete slabs, and this additional pressure can cause them to crack or become uneven.

Damaged concrete is easy to look out for. The symptoms usually include uneven sidewalks, cracked concrete slabs, or sloped patios. If you notice any concrete issues in your home, contact United Dynamics of New Albany for concrete leveling and repair.