In the South Bend and Michiana area, constant wintertime freeze-thaw cycles and the erosion of sandy soils make concrete prone to settling, which is likely why you’ve wound up with an uneven walkway or a driveway with sinking slabs.
Lifting and leveling uneven concrete is a great way to revitalize your home and eliminate the dangerous trip hazards that come with settling concrete. Not only is it an easy and convenient process, but it can also save you a lot of money compared to the cost of replacement.
Here at A-1 South Bend, we know how important it is that you have access to realistic pricing so you can compare your options and decide which one is best for you.
For that reason, we’ve put together this guide to help you get an idea of what to expect when it comes to the cost of concrete leveling here in the Michiana area.
The cost of concrete leveling in South Bend, Indiana and the surrounding Michiana area ranges from $750 to $3,500. While this is a general range, the majority of jobs come out to less than $1,200.
The minimum concrete leveling job cost in South Bend is $325. Small repairs, like individual sidewalk panels or A/C unit pads, may end up at this minimum charge.
The costs given here are for stone slurry grout leveling, which uses a pulverized limestone mixture to raise concrete slabs. Here at A-1 South Bend, we also use polyurethane foam leveling in certain instances.
It’s important to keep in mind that the price of concrete leveling varies from project to project, and it’s impossible to pinpoint the exact cost of concrete leveling until an expert reviews the area.
The following chart will give you an idea of the high and low price ranges for stone slurry concrete leveling repairs in the South Bend, Indiana area.
|Service||Low Range||High Range|
Sidewalk Concrete Leveling
Garage Floor Concrete Leveling
Porch Concrete Leveling
Pool Deck Concrete Leveling
Driveway Concrete Leveling
Steps Concrete Leveling
Patio Concrete Leveling
Interior Floor Concrete Leveling
AC Pad Concrete Leveling
Polyurethane foam leveling comes with its own unique set of benefits, which is why we choose to also work with it here at A-1 South Bend.
However, due to the higher material costs associated with foam leveling, it is generally around 50% more expensive when compared to repairs done with A-1’s stone slurry leveling method.
The number of concrete panels that need to be lifted, how high they must be lifted, and how accessible the repair site is are all variables that influence the cost of concrete leveling in the South Bend/Michiana area.
In addition to these factors, the type of soil that the settled concrete is sitting on and the likelihood of having voids underneath can also cause the cost of concrete leveling services to go up or down.
Additional maintenance services, like caulking, pressure washing, and sealing, can be performed at the same time as the concrete leveling itself for an additional charge.
Related Resource: What Influences the Cost of Concrete Leveling?
A-1 South Bend also provides other concrete repair and maintenance services in the Michiana area that are priced differently than the concrete leveling ranges above.
|Caulking||$4 to $5 per linear foot|
|Pressure washing + concrete sealing||$1 per square foot|
Because no two concrete leveling repairs are the same, it’s impossible to say exactly how much it may cost until an experienced expert inspects the area and provides a detailed estimate.
The price ranges listed in this guide are meant as a way for you to get an idea of how much concrete leveling may cost you in the South Bend area, but the price of your repair may be higher or lower depending on the unique characteristics of your concrete.
To find out exactly how much your concrete leveling repair will cost, click the link below to request an onsite estimate with a member of the A-1 South Bend team!
Looking to learn more about concrete leveling? Check out the following related topics from A-1’s online library of resources called Concrete Academy:
- How Long Does Concrete Leveling Last?
- How Does Concrete Leveling Work?
- Should You Caulk Concrete Control and Expansion Joints?