Commercial Concrete Leveling

You must keep your business property looking its best, primarily commercial property open to the public. If you have uneven concrete surfaces, it can create a hazardous situation for people walking on your property. It's also very unattractive and can hurt how potential customers view your business or building. Midstate Concrete Leveling & Lifting has the equipment and experience to get the job done.

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A commercial property with an uneven, sunken, or sagging concrete surface can be a significant problem for the property owner. Not only does it look unattractive, but it also decreases property value and can turn away foot traffic. At first, an irregular concrete floor may seem fine with starting a substantial leveling project with local concrete leveling contractors.

Yet the dangers that even one uneven concrete slab presents to a company, its clientele, and your property may be far greater than you think. That's why Midstate Concrete Leveling and Lifting offers commercial concrete leveling services to commercial entities in FL, NY, and PA. Our contractors use specialized hydraulic equipment and years of experience to raise businesses' sunken concrete to its original position.

Concrete lifting and leveling are as crucial as laying down quality foundation work as they can make or break a project's success and long-term durability. The overall goal of commercial concrete leveling is to carry out measures that prolong the life span of your building and concrete slabs. In addition, we want to ensure that your newly laid concrete stays intact after its expected lifespan.

So contact the team at Midstate Concrete Leveling and Lifting today if you're interested in protecting and preserving the concrete slabs in your Florida, Pennsylvania, or New York commercial property.

How to Tell You Need Commercial Concrete Leveling

It's easy to diagnose whether your company property needs to lift and level concrete. The most obvious sign of needing concrete leveling is when your collapsed pavement appears to be sinking in excess.

If you look closely, you'll see that the recessed areas are much lower than the surrounding pavement. There will probably also be cracking or breaking along the edges and corners of the affected area(s).

When looking for symptoms of sunken or uneven concrete, ask yourself:

  • Are your slabs settling unevenly?
  • Do your new slabs crack or chip easily?
  • Do you see visible cracks surrounding your concrete slabs of concern?
  • Are there slight yet perceptible dips in the floor?
  • Do you see separation along joints between slabs of concrete?
  • Are there visible tripping hazards because of sinking slabs?

If you've answered yes to any of the questions above, you likely need some form of concrete leveling.

So contact a professional today to receive a 100% free estimate on your next project!

What Types of Surfaces Do We Level?

We specialize in lifting and leveling various commercial concrete surfaces at Midstate Concrete Leveling and Lifting. From garage floor slabs to driveways and sidewalks, we can help bring any sunken concrete back to its original position. As local concrete lifting experts, we have the skills and experience necessary to tackle any slab, no matter the size or depth of settlement.

Some of the most common surfaces we deal with include:

  • Sidewalks
  • Garage floors
  • Driveways
  • Pool decks
  • Patios
  • Loading Docks

And any other concrete surface that's threatening the security, stability, and appearance of your commercial property.

So if you're interested in preserving your commercial property's concrete surfaces, keep reading to learn more about our commercial lifting and leveling services.

Our Commercial Concrete Slab Lifting Process

Fixing a concrete slab starts by removing gravel beneath your settled concrete, removing as much of the excess dirt and debris as possible. After that, we drill a hole into the top of the slab where it needs to be raised, followed by installing hydraulic jacks, which are adjustable.

Our concrete leveling process begins by adding polyurethane foam or mud to the holes. Next, we pump the jacks with hydraulic fluid, which lifts your foundation slab. Once the mud or foam jacking finishes, we complete the process with pressure testing after injecting more urethane foam under your slab until it reaches the desired height.

Continue reading to learn more about the individual processes of mud-jacking and polyurethane foam leveling.

The Poly-jacking Concrete Leveling Method

Often, projects will require high-density polyurethane concrete raising. With poly-jacking, we inject a lightweight, cementitious grout into the area where your pavement has settled to bring it back to grade. Once injected, the foam expands to fill the void and stabilize the concrete slab. One of the main advantages of poly-jacking In most cases, our contractors complete commercial concrete leveling projects within 24 hours.

To help clients better visualize a timeline, here's how it works:

1. First, we remove the gravel from beneath your uneven pavement and clean the surface of any excess dirt or debris.

2. Using a drill, we create a hole at the raising point on your concrete slab, then install adjustable hydraulic jacks by pumping fluid into them.

3. Once placed, we inject the lightweight, cementitious grout into your settling concrete through these holes.

4. Once injected, the foam will expand to fill the void and stabilize your settling slab. We then pressure-test it until we have reached the desired height.

5. Finally, we fill any remaining holes with a polyurethane-based foam and then sweep the entire surface for a clean finish.

In conclusion, by using Poly-jacking to level your concrete, you can expect high-quality results without the long wait time typically associated with traditional methods like mud-jacking.

The Mud-jacking Concrete Leveling Method

For those who prefer a tried-and-true method, we offer commercial concrete leveling services using mud jacking. During this process, we drill holes around your pavement and inject a mixture of cement and sand under the slab, which helps raise it back up to its original position. The process is complete when all the holes are filled, and the slab has reached its desired height.

Again, to visualize this process, we've outlined the process timeline below:

1. First, we remove the excess gravel from under your uneven pavement and clean the surface of any dirt or debris to ensure a smooth leveling process.

2. We then drill holes around your concrete slab using a specialized mud-jacking machine before injecting cement and sand.

3. Once all the holes are filled, we pressure-test your concrete until it has reached its desired height. We then ensure that we maintain its water tightness throughout the project.

Once complete, our team may fill the remaining holes with a polyurethane-based foam and then sweep the surface to ensure a clean finish. Since polyurethane foam is a bit pricier than mud-jacking, this step depends on the initial mutually agreed-upon plan of the client proprietor and contractor.

Although mud-jacking takes longer to complete than our poly-jacking services, it is still a very affordable and effective method. So if you're interested in tackling your project using this method, continue reading to learn about some of the steps involved:

The Cost Per Square Foot For Leveling Sunken Concrete

Concrete leveling costs vary greatly depending on factors such as leveling method, the scope of work, or whether there should be a replacement slab rather than a leveling job. For example, the total commercial concrete patio leveling cost will be much cheaper than that of a slab with extensive damage.

Here are some rough concrete leveling cost guidelines to give you an idea of what to expect in terms of budgeting:

  • The cost per square foot for poly-jacking typically ranges from $5 to $30.
  • Mud jacking costs approximately $3 to $10 per square foot. The cost may vary depending on the size of your project and whether there are additional labor or material costs. 

At the end of the day, whether you choose mud-jacking or poly-jacking, commercial concrete leveling is an affordable and effective way to restore your concrete to its original state. Don't hesitate to contact us for a quote if you're interested in learning more about our concrete leveling services. Our team of experienced professionals will be happy to answer any questions and discuss our available options with you.

What is the Best Commercial Concrete Lifting Solution

Most agree that the best commercial concrete leveling solution is polyurethane foam injection. Foam injection offers more advantages than any other method of raising sunken foundation slabs. Not only does it make for a quick fix, but it preserves the strength and integrity of your building, ensuring that it won't settle again in the future.

We stress that it's best to have a consultation for your project so you don't end up under or overpaying for unnecessary services.

Providing The Best Advice for New York, Florida, and Pennsylvania

We offer our services throughout New York, Florida, and Pennsylvania. If you suspect your commercial building's foundation is sinking or collapsing, contact us in the following section for a free estimate on our commercial concrete slab jacking services. We have a knowledgeable staff ready to help you determine the best solution for your problem.

Contact Our Commercial Concrete Lifting Specialists Today

Are you a business owner, landlord, or homeowner with concrete leveling problems? Our concrete leveling specialists can help you determine the best course of action. To learn more about our services, contact our specialists today to get a free estimate for your foundation repair. Call us today or fill out the online contact form provided on this site.

We thank you for considering Midstate Concrete Leveling and Lifting for your commercial concrete leveling project!

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