Concrete Leveling Costs: The Complete Guide
A detailed look at what influences the cost of concrete leveling.
There it is, staring you right in the face. Your once-perfect concrete is no longer in its pristine condition, leaving you questioning what to do next. Your first thought may be to ignore the problem altogether. How much worse could a little bit of uneven concrete really get?
The truth is that the longer you wait for concrete repair, the more likely it is to become more expensive down the road. While it may be a small trip hazard now, over time the problem can worsen, making the repair more complex and costly.
It can be intimidating to consider the many options out there for repair, but understanding how concrete leveling pricing works can help you make the best decision for your individual needs.
At A-1 Concrete Leveling, we’ve spent 30+ years helping homeowners and business owners alike find the right solution for their uneven concrete surfaces, and because of this, we know how important it is for you to be able to budget the costs of a concrete leveling project.
With this in mind, we’ve compiled this guide to help you get to know the most important factors that influence cost when it comes to concrete leveling.
Before we jump in, let’s just take a few seconds to cover the basics of concrete leveling.
Sometimes called mudjacking, concrete leveling returns uneven concrete to its original level position without the cost of pouring new concrete.
In its simplest form, the void under your slab is filled with a limestone grout slurry mixture, which in turn lifts the concrete into its correct place. It’s safe and effective for many applications, and in most cases, it can be completed in a matter of hours.
Nationwide, the cost of concrete leveling ranges between $600 to $6,000, with an average job cost between $1,200 to $1,500.
Check out the following locations for a more detailed look at pricing ranges per service type. Your particular location may vary from these ranges, but it should give you a general idea of what to expect.
|Detailed Services Pricing by Location||Average Job|
|Estimated Concrete Leveling Prices in Louisville, KY||$1,300|
|Estimated Concrete Leveling Prices in St. Louis, MO||$1,250|
Because there are so many variables at play with each concrete leveling repair, it’s almost impossible to pinpoint a price for the service before a concrete leveling expert has had a chance to assess the area.
While this is true, we felt that creating a guide explaining the variables and how they impact pricing will help those interested in concrete leveling decide if it is the right solution for them.
The most important factors that influence the price of a concrete leveling project include:
- Size of the repair
- Complexity of the lift
- Number of services needed
These are the main drivers of concrete leveling cost. Read more about the factors that influence concrete leveling pricing.
At the end of the day, professional concrete leveling is only one of many options available for repairing your concrete surfaces. Having so many options and so many varied price points can be overwhelming.
The pricing of concrete leveling depends on the individual factors your specific problem brings to the table, but the number at the bottom of your estimate is built around the convenience, quality, and attention to detail that your concrete leveling company can provide for you.
At A-1 Concrete Leveling, we believe that our process can help you achieve the concrete goals you are after, and for a fair and transparent price.
After reading about the factors that affect the price of concrete leveling and its typical price ranges, you’re ready to tackle whether or not concrete leveling is a good option for you.
You can now take a look at your own uneven concrete and tally up the factors from this article that you can see. Does the problem concrete butt up against a house? How big is the area to be leveled? Has the slab sunk one inch, or seven? Are there tons of cracks to be caulked, or would you like the surface to be cleaned and sealed?
Running through this list and asking yourself these questions will give you an idea of what concrete leveling could cost you. It’s important to remember that time is money with concrete leveling. The longer the concrete has to settle, the larger and more complicated the problem becomes, making it more expensive to repair.
If you’re interested in learning more about concrete leveling, visit our Learning Center for additional resources, or click on the links to learn about a specific concrete leveling service that A-1 provides.
The team at A-1 Concrete Leveling is here to answer any questions you may have. Connect with us today with the link below, and schedule your free concrete leveling estimate!
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As Operations Manager at A-1 Southeast Michigan and Toledo, Darrel knows everything about everything when it comes to concrete leveling. He's been with A-1 since 1999. He keeps things running smoothly, and everybody where they need to be to get the job done right and on time.