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If you have sinking concrete around your home, Cantey Foundation Specialists can lift and restore your concrete to help eliminate trip hazards and pooling water problems. We level concrete driveways, walkways, patios, pool decks, and slabs in South Carolina using a proven polyurethane foam injection solution called PolyLevel®.
With PolyLevel, we can quickly restore the appearance and safety of your concrete without the mess or cost of replacement or traditional mudjacking.
For a free cost estimate on PolyLevel concrete repair in the Midlands, call us at 1-855-234-5628 or click below to request your no-obligation assessment.
Bonnie M. and her husband used the back door of their house for many years because they were worried about the tripping hazards by their front door. The front porch had settled over 3 inches in some areas, and they knew they had to get it fixed as soon as possible before it got worse. While visiting family in Columbia, SC, Bonnie visited the Home and Garden Show and found Cantey Foundation Specialist's booth. She was mesmerized by the new technology that could lift and stabilize sidewalks, pool decks, and even front porches. She was even more ecstatic when she learned Cantey gives free inspections and will travel to Marion! Specialist Alex Lovette inspected the front porch and gave her a price for the work, and within a few days, Cantey was able to lift and stabilize her front porch for many years to come! Bonnie and her husband can now start using the front door again without the fear of tripping or falling.
David T. of Little River, SC wanted his new home looking pristine, and when he noticed his driveway slab was sinking before the road, he wanted to have it fixed right away. After researching online, David wanted to know his options besides ripping out the concrete and repouring it himself. He found CanteyCanFixIt.com, and he signed up for a free estimate in which Specialist Ward Purvis came and inspected his driveway. Amazed by not only the technology but also the price, David hired Cantey to inject their PolyLevel polymer underneath the concrete slab to raise it back into place. Now, David no longer has to worry about the eyesore at his driveway, and his home is back to pristine condition.
Keith K. of North Myrtle Beach noticed water pooling near his front door because the porch had dropped a few inches over the years. Worried that this may cause future drainage problems including rotting out his rim joist in the crawl space, Keith knew he had to call Cantey Foundation Specialists after hearing his neighbors talking about their previous great experience. Specialist John Adams inspected the front porch, and he concluded that our patented PolyLevel system could easily raise back into place and cause the water to drain correctly. The PolyLevel would be injected under the porch, and it would expand into the void underneath the concrete slab. This would cause it to not only have the correct support the patio needed, but it would also raise it back into place. Now, Keith no longer has to worry about drainage issues or stepping over a puddle when walking into his front door!
Roy and Joann W. built a back screened in porch on their Myrtle Beach, SC home a few years ago. It has since become their favorite place in the house. Recently, they began to notice that the concrete floor was cracking and sinking. They had invested so much money already to put the porch in, they did not want to have to replace it completely. They needed a cost-effective solution to save their porch but did not know where to turn. They asked some of their neighbors to see if they had a similar problem. One of them had and told them to call Cantey Foundation Specialists. Joann called in and scheduled an appointment with System Design Specialist TJ Harden. TJ arrived and did a thorough inspection of the porch. He sat down with Roy and Joann afterward and told them about the PolyLevel process as well as why it was the right solution for them. The PolyLevel process would begin with small holes being drilled through the concrete slab. These would be the injection sites for the liquid PolyLevel that would find all the voids and fill them. Once the PolyLevel was injected, it would take 15 minutes to harden. As the PolyLevel sets, it lifts the concrete slab above while stabilizing underneath the slab. Production Team Leader Roberto Buchner and Production Team Member Josh Hough came out and successfully injected the PolyLevel process. Roy and Joann can now enjoy their porch with the peace of mind that their solution will last.
Ben M. is a homeowner in Bishopville, SC. Ben and his family love to spend time outdoors. Ben lately has been concerned with his family's safety, and he is worried someone will get hurt. Ben's walkway has settled over the years and it has become a tripping hazard. Ben decided to get help, he called Cantey Foundation Specialists. Specialist Jamie Beresford came out to Ben's home and completed a free inspection. Afterward, Jamie explained to Ben that Cantey's patented PolyLevel process was the solution he was looking for. PolyLevel is a process that combines resin and ISO to make a foam like liquid that hardens and expands. This expansion creates pressure underneath your concrete slab and lifts and levels them. PolyLevel comes with a 5-year warranty and is the premiere solution for concrete settlement. Team Leader Roberto and Team Member Nick came to Ben's home and effectively injected the PolyLevel. Afterward, Ben was so excited that his walkway was level. Now Ben and his family can enjoy the outside once again.
John G. is a business owner in Bishopville, SC and has been for many years. As a business man, he holds his integrity as his highest quality trait. He believes in taking care of his employees and creating a safe environment for them to work in. Recently one of his employees pointed out the sinking floors in the men's restroom. John did not want anyone to get hurt or for this to cause any further damage to his business. He knew he had to act fast and get this problem solved. When explaining his problem to a friend, they recommended Cantey Foundation Specialists because of the great work they did. John gave Cantey a call and was set up with an appointment with System Design Specialist John Adams. After an inspection of the floor in questions, Specialist John explained that Cantey's PolyLevel system would be the right solution. The crew would drill small holes into the floor where they would then use a specially designed gun to inject the PolyLevel underneath the floor. The PolyLevel would come out as a liquid to be able to fill all the voids underneath the floor then quickly harden to form a solid foundation. Once the hardening process takes place, the floor would begin to lift and level creating a safer environment for John's employees. Production Team Leader Israel Santana and Production Team Member Joshua Hough came out to the business and effectively installed the PolyLevel System. John's business is doing better than ever and his employees appreciate the safer environment Cantey helped to create.
PolyLevel fixes the cracks and raises the unlevel concrete on this patio in Scranton, SC
Dallas T. is a homeowner in Lake City, SC. Dallas’s home in Lake City isn’t his primary home. He bought this home about 5 years ago to be able to travel down to see his grandkids. Over time, in Dallas’s absence from the home, the concrete walkway had begun to settle. This got extreme with the amount of rain and erosion that took place at his home. After a while, the slab had fallen completely down from its original position. When Dallas returned and found his walkway like that he knew that something had to be done about it. He called Cantey Foundation Specialists after his son recommended us to him. Specialist Alex Lovette came out to Dallas’s home for a free inspection. He then explained that Cantey’s patented PolyLevel process was the solution he was looking for. Team Leader TJ and Team Member Jeremy came out to Dallas’s home and efficiently raised the slab back into place. Afterward, Dallas was so happy that his walkway was just like new again. Now Dallas can come down and visit his grandkids in peace knowing that Cantey did the job right.
John and Julie S. of Murrells Inlet, SC experienced some settlement in their driveway after the past few months of heavy rains. Not wanting it to get any worse, they called Cantey Foundation Specialist after seeing one of our trucks driving around the neighborhood. Specialist Alex Lovette inspected their concrete slab driveway, and he explained because of the heavy rains there was erosion under the slab. The displaced soil caused the slab to sink in order to find support. Production Team Leader Roberto Bunchner installed our patented PolyLevel system a few weeks later, which lifted and stabilized the driveway back into place... and it was only a fraction of the cost of replacing the slab!
There were numerous tripping hazards in Adam P.'s garage in Gaffney, SC, and he wanted them to be fixed as soon as possible. He researched online and found CanteyCanFixIt.com and learned about our patented PolyLevel process. Specialist Nathan Bailey inspected his garage and driveway, and Specialist Nathan explained that the PolyLevel polymer in pumped underneath the concrete slab to raise it back into place. It would also be stabilized so that the concrete slab could not settle again because of soil erosion. Ecstatic with the results, Adam can now enjoy his garage without the worry of tripping hazards!
Don and Ellen A. have lived in Lugoff, SC since they got married 40 years ago. They settled into the perfect family home, raising two sons who now have families of their own. Don and Ellen now enjoy being grandparents and having the grandchildren over. All of their grand-kids love playing outside and on a nice day, that is where they spend most of their time. During one of these occasions, the eldest grandchild tripped over the sinking concrete on their porch. She was just trying to go get something to drink from inside but ended up scrapping both of her knees. Being the concerned grandparents they are, Don and Ellen knew they needed to find a solution before this happened again, to their grand-kids, or any other guests they might have. They asked around the neighborhood to see what could be done and at what cost. They were surprised when a neighbor down the street told them about Cantey Foundation Specialists and their affordable concrete leveling service. Ellen called in and set up an appointment with System Design Specialist TJ Harden. TJ arrived for the appointment and did a thorough inspection of the porch before sitting down with Don and Ellen. TJ explained that Cantey's PolyLevel solution could lift their concrete in just a day, removing the tripping hazard and keeping their family safe. The PolyLevel solution would begin with small holes being drilled through the concrete slab. A liquid polyurethane would then be injected underneath the concrete. This liquid would expand and harden quickly to lift the concrete and permanently stabilize it. Don and Ellen loved the idea of how quickly their tripping hazard could be repaired and scheduled an installation date. Foreman Roberto Buchner and Production Team Member Josh Hough came out and successfully injected the porch with the PolyLevel solution. Don and Ellen were so impressed with the process, they have recommended Cantey to anyone in need of concrete repair services.
Cherie J. of Dalzell, SC had concrete steps to her front porch that were settling. Worried that this could cause major tripping issues, she called Cantey Foundation Specialists after hearing about the company through some friends. System Design Specialist Alex Lovetter explained to Cherie about our patented PolyLevel process which injects a polyurethane substance under the stairs to lift them back into place. PolyLevel Foreman TJ Harden and Crew Member David Hinson, Jr. were able to lift and level the porch stairs so that Cherie no longer has to worry about this dangerous tripping hazard!
This customer's front porch began to crack and become uneven due to settling foundation. With the help of PolyLevel solution, we were able to raise the concrete and seal and protect the crack from further damage.
George R. is a homeowner and furniture builder in Elgin, SC. Many years ago he decided to use his talent as a woodworker to build furniture pieces for sale. This became his perfect job because it allowed him to work from home and have a passion for his work. His workshop is used daily and recently he began to notice that the concrete floor had begun to sink. He did not want his workshop to lose integrity nor cause harm to any of his furniture. While at the hardware store getting supplies for the week he saw a truck with Cantey Foundation Specialists' logo on it. He called the number to see if they could possibly lift the flooring in his workshop. He was scheduled for an appointment with System Design Specialist Jamie Beresford. Jamie arrived for the appointment and did an inspection on the concrete floor. Jamie told George that the solution that his workshop needed was Cantey's PolyLevel process. The PolyLevel process would begin with small holes being drilled through the concrete slab. Then the PolyLevel would be injected underneath the slab as a liquid to fill all the voids underneath. The PolyLevel would harden into a solid within 15 minutes creating lift and stabilization for the concrete slab. George felt like the PolyLevel would bring back the integrity of his workshop and wanted to move forward with the installation. Production Team Leader Roberto Buchner and Production Team Member Joshua Hough came out and successfully injected the PolyLevel process. George is back to making beautiful furniture worry-free thanks to Cantey's PolyLevel solution.
Constance T. of Winnsboro, SC found it difficult to open and close the back door of her home. It scraped the bottom of the floor nearly every time, and it just seemed to get worse and harder to close. Realizing the concrete slab underneath was settling, she researched online and found Cantey Foundation Specialists and their concrete leveling technology. By injecting PolyLevel polymer underneath the slab, it would raise the slab back into place and stabilize it for many years to come. Team Leader Roberto Buchner installed the PolyLevel within half a day, and he accomplished a lift that closed a small gap underneath the door. Now, Constance does not have trouble opening and closing her door and the eyesore of a gap is gone!
Mike B. wanted to sell his beautiful home located in Sumter, SC, but he was worried about his pool deck during inspection. The deck had lifted and moved in numerous places, which caused eye sores and tripping hazards. After watching our TV advertisement, Mike called Cantey Foundation Specialists to get a free estimate on the amazing PolyLEVEL process. System Design Specialist Phil Demery explained to Mike that by injecting the polyurethane underneath the concrete slab, it would be able to lift and stabilize back into place. Customer Mike B. was also amazed that this solution was more permanent and less expensive as replacing the concrete slab altogether!
Check out this amazing Before & After picture of a back patio in Blythewood, SC! Using our patented PolyLEVEL process, we were able to not only lift the concrete slab, but also stabilize it from further settling. Henry V. of Blythewood no longer has to worry about his handrails separating from his patio, which was causing safety issues!
John P.'s home in Union, SC had a cracking and unlevel concrete floor. TJ, our PolyLEVEL Specialist, injected the polymer substance into penny-sized holes to raise the floor, which leveled and stabilized the concrete slabs. After Cantey stabilized the floor, John refinished the tiles seen in the after picture! Cantey Foundation Specialists are happy to help John improve his concrete floors through the PolyLEVEL system!
Judy K. had this terrible crack on her concrete driveway; she called Cantey right away for a free estimation to get it fixed. Cantey Foundation Specialists recommended the PolyLEVEL process, which injects a polyethylene substance to lift and stabilize the concrete slabs. Judy's driveway changed from an eye-sore to aesthetically pleasing in just one afternoon!
Customer Diane C. of Spartanburg, SC had an inch gap between a large crack and settlement on her walkway to her front yard. She was worried this was not only a tripping hazard but also something that would get worse over time. Diane called Cantey Foundation Specialist to come diagnose and fix the problem right away. System Design Specialist Nathan Bailey arrived at the house and recommended that Diane have our patented PolyLevel injected under the slab to lift and stabilize it back into place. PolyLevel Foreman Ryan McPherson and his crew injected the polyurethane under the slab, making the tripping hazard a worry of the past.
Keith noticed that his concrete in his driveway and sidewalks had begun to crack and sink due to settlement problems. The concrete began to sink so far that Keith was not entirely comfortable driving on it. He then started looking into repair options. Cantey crew members raised his sinking driveway back up to the original position using our PolyLevel Solution, which is a lightweight polyurethane foam that expands under the concrete in order to raise it. Cantey also sealed the cracks in both the driveway and the sidewalks using our NexusPro Sealant that is made to withstand harsh weather conditions and erosion. Keith was very pleased with the results. Cantey CAN fix it!
This beautiful walkway unto a pool deck and patio had a decent size gap and was settled about half an inch below its original position. Cantey's Specialist TJ lifted the concrete slab to match the deck using the PolyLEVEL System. Now, no one has to worry about stubbing their toe as they run towards the pool in the summertime!
Jeff's back patio had severe cracking concrete damage, so he called Cantey to repair the concrete problem. Our team removed the mosaic tile and concrete slab and re-poured the concrete into place. Jeff no longer has to worry about the breaking tiles and uneven concrete slope, and he can now fully enjoy his beautiful deck!
Polylevel can Raise any concrete slabs that start to sink, even porches!
PolyLevel Technology raises the existing concrete to create a balanced walkway in Spartanburg, SC.
Over time the soil foundation around your home can settle and cause the concrete to sink and become un-level. Not only does this bring the value of your house down, it can be a dangerous tripping hazard. Cantey Foundation Specialists has the solution to fix your sinking concrete porch slabs. Our new technology allows us to pump a solution between the concrete and the ground to raise the sunken slab, with no damage to your concrete at all!
Tim W. has been a resident and homeowner in Inman, SC for most of his adult life. He and his wife recently retired which gave them extra time on their hands. Through the years they were not able to do everything they wanted in regards to renovations on their home. Working full time and raising children did not leave much time for home improvement. Tim and his wife have been enjoying finally doing different projects around their home. Tim had noticed a while ago that their back concrete porch was sinking. He did not want the hassle of completely replacing the concrete slab so he looked for alternatives. One morning while watching the news Tim saw a commercial for Cantey Foundation Specialists. He called in to see if Cantey could help him with his porch. System Design Specialist Ryan Holloway came out for an inspection and found that the PolyLevel process that Cantey offers would be the right solution. Ryan explained to Tim that small holes would be drilled through the slab. These would be the places that the PolyLevel would be injected. The PolyLevel would come out as a liquid effectively filling any voids underneath the concrete. Within 15 minutes the liquid would solidify and as it did it would be constructing a solid foundation and lifting the concrete slab. Production Team Leader Roberto Buchner came out and successfully injected the PolyLevel process. Tim and his wife are more than pleased with their porch and are now recommending Cantey to all their friends.
Quick installation and cure time
Accurate lift for clean results
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The causes of concrete settlement and sinking are the same whether it's a driveway, walkway, patio, garage floor, or pool deck. As soil underneath a concrete slab shrinks, settles or washes away, this leaves empty space, or voids, beneath the slab. With the soil no longer supporting the slab, the concrete will sink, creating an uneven surface.
PolyLevel uses a high-density polyurethane foam to fill voids and stabilize and lift sinking concrete slabs. The expanding properties of the two-part urethane formula allows for accurate leveling of the slab. The result is a waterproof repair that's much more permanent than mudjacking and other common concrete repair methods.
Small 5/8” holes are strategically drilled in the slab.
Injection ports are installed.
Polyurethane foam is injected beneath the concrete to fill voids and raise the slab.
Holes and control joints are sealed.
Cantey Foundation Specialists has the expertise and equipment to quickly raise and level many types of slab-on-grade concrete, so you can use those areas around your home without worry.
Click and drag the circle on each photo to see before and after examples of concrete raising.
If you have a driveway that's sunken or uneven, replacing it might not be the most cost-effective option. We can use PolyLevel to raise the concrete, creating an even surface and preventing further sinking and cracking. Our driveway leveling process can eliminate unsafe conditions and improve the curb appeal of your home. The life of your driveway will also be extended for years without the need for replacement.
An uneven sidewalk not only looks bad, but it creates a tripping hazard. If the concrete slab is still intact, don't waste your money on replacing the concrete. With PolyLevel, we can raise your sunken sidewalk, allowing you to walk on the sidewalk within an hour. Our sidewalk leveling process saves you time and money.
You shouldn't have to worry about tripping on uneven concrete when relaxing on your patio. You might also notice your table and chairs wobbling because of uneven concrete. Concrete leveling can eliminate these issues and provide a safe, even surface.
If your home has sloped floors, cracks in floor tiles, gaps below baseboards, gaps at the tops of walls or sticking doors, you might have a concrete settlement problem. Our use of polyurethane foam for concrete floor leveling is a long-lasting alternative to self-leveling treatments.
Has your concrete pool deck seen better days? Worried about the cracked, uneven deck causing tripping hazards? PolyLevel can raise your concrete pool deck back to its original position and help restore your backyard pool area into the oasis it once was.
Before PolyLevel, there were two basic options for lifting and leveling concrete: mudjacking and slab replacement. Both approaches have limitations and disadvantages. PolyLevel offers many advantages over traditional concrete leveling methods:
|Mudjacking or Slabjacking|
|Cure Time||15 minutes||24 hours or more|
|Material Weight||2 lbs per cubic foot||100 lbs per cubic foot|
|Hole Size||5/8" (size of a penny)||1" (size of a quarter)|
Replacing a concrete slab is both expensive and disruptive. Concrete slabs can take days - or even weeks - to cure. Pouring new concrete over bad soil often delays future problems and leaves unsightly patchwork. PolyLevel material is lightweight, so it won't add weight to weak soil. Best of all, PolyLevel allows for use of concrete within hours, not weeks.
If your concrete is structurally-sound, why replace it? Replacing the concrete won't fix the soil problem that's causing the settlement. Concrete leveling is the answer. Contact Cantey Foundation Specialists today for an on-site inspection and free cost estimate in Columbia, Florence, Sumter, Greer, Simpsonville, Spartanburg, Greenville, Mount Pleasant, Chapin, Lexington and the surrounding areas.