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CONCRETE LIFTING: Sunken, uneven slabs? Polyjacking Foam Lift SOLUTION (Twin Cities)

Why replace your sunken, uneven concrete slabs when you can raise them for a fraction of the price?

Most moderately-sized residential driveway, sidewalk or patio jobs range from approximately $1200-$1900, but we accept commercial projects, municipal projects, and smaller jobs as well.

We can raise and level concrete front steps, pool decks, patios, sidewalks, garage floors and more. We can also void-fill areas in which critters have been digging under steps or underground areas that have been washing away due to nearby gutters, etc.

Our state-of-the-art equipment is completely run off of our van's generator, and is a 3-step process of Drill-Pump-Patch. The holes we drill are the size of a dime, and fairly inconspicuous once we patch them at the end of the process. Our cured foam is lightweight, yet hard as a rock after 15 minutes of cure time underground. Our cured foam is also environmentally friendly, inert, and won't wash away after five years like mud-jacking can.

Call us for a free ESTIMATE or even text us photos of your project needs. We serve the entire twin cities metro area.

612-475-6060

iLevel Concrete Raising
A Small, Family-owned MN Business

A FEW CLIENT REVIEWS, as shown on our website:

"Very professional. We had slabs of concrete that were very difficult to raise. They did an amazing job. Arrived when they said, did exactly what they had promised and charged a fair price with no hidden fees. Highly recommend."
-Greg A.

"Professional, efficient, kind and affordable! Our front sidewalk slab had sank considerably, looking old and unsafe, but it now looks like new! I'd recommend them to everyone!"
-Judy R.

"What a difference for our driveway! The folks at iLevel raised our sunken driveway slabs and filled the voids underneath. One major thing crossed off the to-do list. Thank you!"
-Andrea N.

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