HVAC/Utility Pad Leveling & Repair
A-1 Concrete Leveling provides a cost-effective mudjacking and concrete leveling option to repair your HVAC/Utility Pad without removing and replacing it.
HVAC Concrete Pad Leveling
Even small pads, such as the ones HVAC units are sitting on, can be leveled using our process.
Uneven or tilting HVAC or Utility pads can cause strain on electrical and plumbing connections from your units to your house. They can also be areas where water pools and makes its way into your basement. Our concrete leveling process can lift your pads into alignment with minimal impact on any landscaping around, and in most cases without having to rewire or re-plumb the connections.
Our HVAC/Utility Pad repair and leveling process can safely lift your pad into its original, level position. Our patented process enables us to provide an efficient and quick repair to a problem that would otherwise need significant work to remove the old pads and re-pour with new concrete.
You may think it'll be expensive to level your HVAC/Utility Pad, but you'd be surprised. You can fix that eyesore without having to disconnect the equipment, and without having to replace it. Although we can't give an exact cost, because of all the factors involved, it can range from just a few hundred dollars for a small pad up. Either way, you can get a free estimate so you know before we begin the work.
- Save 50% - 70% over the cost of replacement
- No need to disconnect equipment
- No pad job is too large or too small
- Environmentally friendly
- Our HVAC/Utility Pad leveling work is guaranteed
- Locally Owned and Operated
- Supported by our National A-1 Franchise Network
- A-1 is a fully insured HVAC/Utility Pad leveling contractor
- Professionally-trained technicians
- Patented state of the art concrete leveling equipment
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Could not believe how great our sidewalk turned out. It was badly raised due to two trees and quite a liability. The guys from A1 completely leveled it out and it is now perfect and no longer a tripping hazard. Thanks so much.