Poly Foam Leveling in Montana & Wyoming

Sinking concrete is often caused by excessive weight, expansion, and contraction due to changes in the weather, and erosion of supporting soil due to the movement of water below the surface. When concrete sinks, you are left with dangerous tripping hazards and potentially water pooling issues that could accelerate soil settlement.

At Yellowstone Structural Systems, we strive to offer our customers affordable repair options that avoid invasive concrete replacement. If you need to fix cracked or uneven concrete, reach out to our team. We can schedule your free inspection and give you an exact price for the best solution.

Causes of Uneven Concrete

Concrete is heavy, so it’s no surprise that the soil beneath it eventually can’t support the weight anymore. Soil conditions, in one way or another, are almost always the culprit for sinking concrete. Extreme weather that causes frost heave or overly dry soil makes the dirt expand and contract, moving the concrete with it. It’s also very common for soil to develop voids, which the slabs then settle into.

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Why We Choose Poly Foam Leveling

At Yellowstone Structural Systems, we use the most innovative methods of concrete repair to lift, seal, and protect your concrete. Our leveling services work with sidewalks, driveways, garages, pool decks, and even interior concrete slabs. Better than traditional mudjacking, our experts recommend polyurethane foam injection as the best quality method for leveling concrete. Here’s why we prefer poly foam over mudjacking:

  • Non-invasive installation
  • Fast installation and cure time
  • Resistant to moisture damage
  • Lightweight, permanent fix

Get Your Free Quote Today

Protect your home from tripping hazards and decreasing real estate value. Reach out to our concrete leveling experts to schedule your free inspection. We’ll diagnose the cause of the problem and give you a free quote for the best repair options available.

Schedule your free concrete leveling inspection in Montana or Wyoming today.