concrete leveling

Concrete Leveling Methods – Before and after images of a sinking garage slab.

Concrete Leveling 

Over time, concrete in your walkway, driveway, stairs, or home foundation can settle. You may notice that your stairs are tilting, your walkway is suddenly uneven, or your home foundation has cracks in it. Not only is this unsightly, it can be dangerous for you, your family, and your friends. Concrete leveling is an option for efficient, permanent repair.


Why Does Concrete Settle?

Concrete settlement is a natural process that occurs when soil beneath the concrete shifts and settles over time. Snow, rain, and ice can also cause soil erosion. As the soil beneath the concrete washes away, the concrete naturally shifts into the gap that is created.

And If Not Treated…

If not treated, the shifting concrete will develop cracks and chips that pose a safety hazard for your family and diminish your home’s curb appeal and value.

Concrete Leveling Services

The good news is, TFS provides concrete leveling services which stabilize and fix concrete settlement. This restores the appearance of your concrete walkway, driveway, stairs, or foundation. More important, it protects your home value and safeguards your family.


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How Concrete Leveling Helps

Through a unique leveling process, we are able to drill small holes in the concrete and fill the gaps beneath the concrete with a polyurethane foam solution. The foam expands in air pockets, pushing the concrete back up to its original position. Next, we patch the holes to restore the concrete surface to its original appearance. This repair is much less invasive or disruptive than other treatments, such as concrete replacement. In as little as 15 minutes, you can walk or drive on the surface.

To learn more about concrete leveling, or to receive a quote for services, contact Tennessee Foundation Services today.

Tennessee Foundation Services serves all of Middle Tennessee including Nashville, Franklin, Brentwood, Murfreesboro, Lebanon, Smyrna, Hendersonville, Gallatin and surrounding areas including Clarksville, TN, Cookeville, TN, and South Central Kentucky including Hopkinsville, Bowling Green, Glasgow, Cave City, Edmonton, Plum Springs, as well as Simpson, Allen, Monroe, Butler, Edmonson, Hart, Warren, Barren, and Metcalfe Counties.