You’ve realized it is time to repair that broken driveway or patio and are ready to get started on the project. Great! Now what? Deciding which concrete leveling method – if any – is right for you can be a difficult process. It can be a struggle to know whether or not you should go with mudjacking, foam leveling, or concrete replacement. While there is a lot of information out there on the benefits and detriments of mudjacking and concrete replacement, it can be hard to find out information on the foam leveling process.
Since foam leveling has mostly been used in the commercial sector, information on what the process actually entails can be quite limited. This is what you can expect from our typical foam leveling projects.
We know many contractors resort to high-pressure sales tactics, quoting one price to get you to sign their contract, then changing or adding fees afterward, requiring you to pay much more than you originally thought to get the job done. Our sales process couldn’t be fartherfrom that experience. We don’t require you to pay any money until the job is done – this includes not having to put down a deposit – and will never change the price you were originally quoted.
Additionally, we will film around the area you would like to get repaired, and use this footage to create an individualized video for your project. This video allows us to thoroughly explain the process and what we are going to do, and also ensures that you, as the homeowner, are 100% on board with our repair plan.
One of the best features of foam leveling is the quick and easy installation process. This allows your concrete leveling to be an incredibly unobtrusive process. We don’t even require you to be home for us to complete the project! Due to the nature of the foam, it requires less room to install, and the newly-repaired concrete can typically be used 30 minutes after the job is complete. We want to interrupt your daily schedule as little as possible, and our foam lets us do that with ease.
Taking care of your newly-repaired concrete couldn’t be easier. After the project is finished and has completely cured, there are just a few simple steps you can take to ensure its longevity. As long as you keep any standing water away from the location and prepare your concrete for the harsh winter months, your lifted concrete should last for years to come!
We know dealing with home contractors can be an uncomfortable experience, but we are actively working to make your time with us as stress-free as possible. Life is already hectic enough – we don’t need to add to it! If you choose to lift your concrete by foam leveling, you will have a completely transparent process that is relatively quick to do, with no hidden fees or charges.
If you are ready to get your free quote today, please do not hesitate to contact us by filling out our easy, online form or by calling us at (303) 883-3322. We look forward to hearing from you.