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Concrete Leveling Costs: The Ultimate Guide (2024)

January 31st, 2024 | 4 min. read

By Sarah Etler

Find out how much you can expect to pay for professional concrete leveling services.


Concrete leveling can save your concrete – and save you up to 70% off the cost of replacement in the process.

This sounds great and all, but just how much will it actually cost you?

Here at A-1 Concrete Leveling, we’ve been lifting settled concrete for over 30 years nationwide. With this experience, we’ve put together this comprehensive guide to cover all things concrete leveling pricing. 

While you won’t have a definitive number until you get an estimate from a professional concrete leveling company, this article will help you get an idea of what to expect.

How Much Does Concrete Leveling Cost?

There are three main concrete leveling methods – stone slurry grout, foam, and mudjacking – and they each come with different pricing.

This table shows estimated price ranges for all three concrete leveling methods, compared side-by-side:

Service Stone Slurry Grout Leveling  Foam Concrete Leveling Mudjacking
Sidewalk Concrete Leveling $750 - $2,400 $1,015 - $3,240 $675 - $2,160
Garage Floor Concrete Leveling $900 - $4,500 $1,215 - $6,075 $810 - $4,050
Porch Concrete Leveling

$1,200 - $6,000

$1,620 - $8,100

$1,080 - $5,400

Pool Deck Concrete Leveling

$1,500 - $4,400

$2,025 - $5,940

$1,350 - $3,960

Driveway Concrete Leveling

$900 - $4,200

$1,215 - $5,670

$810 - $3,780 

Steps Concrete Leveling

$990 - $2,400

$1,335 - $3,240

$890 - $2,160

Patio Concrete Leveling

$900 - $3,500

$1,215 - $4,725

$810 - $3,150

Interior Floor Concrete Leveling

$1,400 - $6,000

$1,890 - $8,100

$1,260 - $5,400

AC Pad Concrete Leveling

$750 - $1,400

$1,015 - $2,485

$675 - $1,260

Concrete Leveling Costs by Concrete Leveling Method

Stone Slurry Grout Concrete Leveling

Stone slurry grout concrete leveling uses an all-natural mixture of pulverized limestone and water pumped below a settled concrete slab to gradually raise it back up to the right position.

Stone slurry grout leveling costs between $750 and $6,000+, depending on the job. This big range can seem kind of scary, but in reality, most stone slurry grout leveling repairs cost between $1,100 and $1,500 on average.

For a more detailed look at pricing for this concrete leveling method, check out this resource: Stone Slurry Grout Concrete Leveling Costs

Foam Concrete Lifting

Foam concrete leveling (also called “polyjacking”) works by injecting a two-part closed-cell polyurethane foam under a settled concrete slab. When the two parts combine, they expand and lift the concrete back up.

Due to the higher material costs associated with synthetic polyurethane foam, the cost is usually 20-50% higher than other options. It can range between $875 and $8,100 or more, depending on the job.

For more detailed information about polyjacking pricing, check out this resource: Foam Concrete Lifting Costs


Mudjacking uses a mixture of soil, sand, and water pumped below the settled concrete to lift it back up to the right position, usually at a high speed and pressure.

Mudjacking is usually the least expensive concrete leveling option of the three with prices ranging between $585 and $5,400+ depending on the job. 

For a more detailed breakdown of mudjacking pricing, check out this resource: Mudjacking Costs

Concrete Leveling Price per Square Foot

Mudjacking can cost between $3 and $8 per square foot according to Angi, while polyjacking can cost between $5 and $25 per square foot, according to sources across the web.

While this may be true in some cases, using square footage to calculate the cost of concrete leveling isn’t accurate. 

Instead, professionals look at the depth of the voids under the slabs and the total amount of lifting needed (which may be more than it seems) when calculating the final price.

By just measuring the surface area, you’d miss many important details that influence the actual price. For this reason, we don’t have a simple in-house answer to this question here at A-1.

What Influences the Cost of Concrete Leveling?

The price ranges listed in this article are estimates to give you a ballpark idea of how much concrete leveling may cost. 

In reality, many different factors go into determining the final cost of your concrete leveling project. Here are just a few:

  • Size 

The size of a concrete leveling job includes the number of slabs to lift, how high they need to be lifted, and the depth of the voids underneath. The bigger the job, the more time and material are needed to complete it, meaning a higher cost.

  • Accessibility

How easy or hard it is to access the concrete leveling job site will also impact the final cost. Navigating around obstacles like fences, pipes, tree roots, etc., and working in hard-to-reach parts of your property will usually lead to increased costs.

  • Location

A higher or lower cost of living in a given region will cause the cost of labor, fuel, materials, etc. to fluctuate, which in turn means a higher or lower final concrete leveling cost.

  • Material

Natural materials used in some concrete leveling compounds are generally less expensive than synthetic foams.

  • Crack Repair

Filling gaps and cracks is crucial to maintaining concrete leveling repairs long-term. Caulking cracks and gaps is usually included in the total price, and if you have more cracks that need to be caulked, it will end up costing more.

Concrete Leveling Cost Minimums

All companies have fixed costs that they must cover to stay profitable. Because of this, minimum costs do exist for many concrete leveling repairs. 

Minimum costs can range anywhere from $300 to $2,000 depending on the area and the concrete leveling service provider.

How Much Will Concrete Leveling Cost You?

While you won’t know exactly how much it will cost to lift your settled concrete until you have an expert inspect the area and provide a detailed quote, this article can serve as a great starting point to get a ballpark idea of numbers.

To make sure you’re getting the best price and solution for your unique concrete problems, be sure to get multiple estimates from different concrete leveling companies in your area. 

A-1 Concrete Leveling has more than 50 locations nationwide. Click the link below to request an onsite cost estimate from an A-1 expert near you to find out how much your concrete leveling project will really cost!

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Sarah Etler

Sarah Etler joined A-1 Concrete Leveling after receiving her Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Northern Kentucky University. As A-1's Content Marketing Manager, she works closely with industry experts to produce content that will best answer questions related to concrete repair and maintenance practices. Sarah loves living a life full of discovery and is excited every day to see what new things she can learn and share with those around her.