A-1 Concrete Leveling Solutions
Stone Slurry Grout Leveling
Lifting concrete slabs with a limestone grout slurry creates a rock-solid sub-surface—effectively creating a new, stable base. This helps prevent settling in areas with freeze/thaw conditions.
Polyurethane foam, used for years as an effective insulating product, is now being used for concrete leveling. It utilizes smaller injection holes, offers quick cure times, and holds its shape for many years.
Foundation Repair & Piering
Our exclusive, patented Quad Power Piering system enables A-1 to provide a permanent solution to foundation failures, leaning chimneys, bowed basement walls and sinking foundations.
Concrete Cleaning, Sealing, and Caulking
Water is the enemy of concrete, and many issues with settling and spalling of concrete can be minimized with the proper treatment and sealing of the concrete surface and caulking of cracks.
*Not all locations offer all services.
Your technicians were so kind and helpful when I stopped by during my lunch hour to check on the progress of the job they were doing leveling our driveway. They went above and beyond to be sure that our driveway was level and safe for our kiddos to run around on. The price was reasonable, and I'm so happy with the three-year warranty. I'd recommend A1 to anyone who needs to have work done on their concrete!
The Concrete Leveling EXPERTS Blog
HOW LONG DOES STONE SLURRY CONCRETE LEVELING OR FOAM JACKING LAST?
Posted by Dale Pease - October 7, 2020, 3:44 PM
Done right, both methods used to level concrete will last years, often as long as the life of the slab. How long the repair lasts has more to do with making sure the original cause of the sinking concrete has been addressed. Read More About How Long Concrete Leveling Lasts »
Posted by Dale Pease - March 16, 2020, 3:56 PM
At A-1, we are committed to doing all we can to act in a socially responsible way to help minimize the spread of the virus, while also servicing our customers to the best of our ability. Read More About Our COVID-19 Response »