The Concrete Leveling Experts
Most companies have a particular bias toward their way of doing things. It’s good to be confident in their products or services, but that bias can sometimes be at odds with a customer’s best interests. At A-1 Concrete Leveling, we are committed to understanding everything there is to know about concrete leveling. This means we won’t try to sell you a cookie-cutter solution. Sometimes concrete is too far gone to repair. In some situations, injection foam leveling is the best solution. In many cases, limestone grout leveling is the right choice. There are even some cases where grinding the concrete edge is the way to go.
If a concrete contractor tells you that you need new concrete poured, give us a call, we may have a better solution. If a foam-only concrete leveler tells you the only answer is to use foam, give us a call, we may give you a better alternative. If a mudjacker says their solution is by far the best, you guessed it, give us a call, we will probably have some options. And, if a concrete grinding company says the only way to fix the problem is to grind the concrete down, we’re pretty sure you have a better choice.
We don’t want to just be experts at one way of doing things. We strive to be concrete leveling experts, whether that’s foam, limestone grout, grinding, or replacing.
FEATURED TEAM MEMBER
Josh was born in Nashville, and has been with A-1 since 1996 when he started working for the former owner at the age of 15. He has an intense love of the Nashville community which gives him a strong commitment to offering the best customer service possible. He has a keen understanding of every aspect of the business. As the owner of the Nashville location, he is the one you might see when you request a free estimate. Or, he might be out running around making sure things are operating smoothly, and everybody is where they need to be to get the job done right and on time.
Andrew and Mitch came (towards the end of a long day for them) to look at some big cracks in one of our walls. They looked at the entire house just to be sure, then explained that the cracks were due to normal settling and not a serious structural issue. They explained exactly what was happening with our wall, they did NOT try to sell us any work, and they didn't charge a thing. We are relieved and VERY grateful. If we ever have concerns about our foundation/structure in the future, we'll call them first.