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The PolyLevel® process provides a fast, affordable way to raise settled concrete in Ontario

Just a few of PolyLevel’s geotechnical capabilities:

  • Lift settled slabs and slab foundations
  • Lift and level sunken sidewalks
  • Strengthen and stabilize loose soil
  • Lift, level and stabilize roadways and airport runways
  • Repair and stabilize rail beds weakened by soil washouts
  • Treat soil to improve load-bearing characteristics in preconstruction applications

Concrete is a heavy material and so are the vehicles, machinery and structures that concrete slabs and footings are expected to support. Sometimes, the combined weight of concrete and what it supports causes concrete settlement to occur. The soil beneath the concrete compresses and can cause major problems.

Commercially, concrete roadways can become dangerous or unusable. This often results in sections of runways and parking lots being closed down. In the example of trains, train service can be interrupted because of erosion and settlement beneath the track bed.

This can cause problems at your home as well. Uneven sidewalks, walkways and steps can cause tripping, and sunken driveway slabs can make parking your car in the garage quite a challenge. PolyLevel® is designed specifically to repair this type of problem in Windsor, Stratford, St Thomas, Leamington, Essex, Amherstburg, Strathroy and nearby.

Before photo of PolyLevel® concrete sidewalk repair

This sidewalk is noticeably uneven, posing a tripping hazard to this high-traffic area.

After photo of PolyLevel® concrete sidewalk repair in Chatham

PolyLevel® was used to raise the concrete slab & create a safe, even surface.

PolyLevel® offers important ADVANTAGES:

  • Strong but light. PolyLevel® weighs only about 4lbs. per cubic ft., compared to 120lbs. per cubic ft. for standard fill material. PolyLevel’s light weight makes it useful where denser fill material might impose an undesirable load on weak soils. Despite its light weight, PolyLevel® can support substantial loads; it typically provides greater lifting power than mudjacking.
  • Waterproof. Once cured, PolyLevel® will not wash away. PolyLevel’s waterproofing properties can be beneficial in certain applications.
  • Stable and inert. PolyLevel® does not react with soil or moisture; it will not leach harmful chemicals into the soil.
  • Quick curing. Down time is minimized with a PolyLevel® repair. Full loading of the foundation, roadway or other structural element can usually happen about 15 minutes after the material is injected.
  • Adjustable. Adjusting the density and expansive force of the 2-part foam affords a wide range of geotechnical uses. Lifting force can be adjusted by fine-tuning the chemical reaction that causes the foam to expand. An experienced applicator can factor not only the weight of the structural element but also soil characteristics and temperature and weather conditions. Special formulations are possible for applications where water must be displaced.
  • Noninvasive. PolyLevel® injection equipment isn’t bulky, enabling applicators to access confined areas. When properly injected, PolyLevel® is not as messy or disruptive as other slab and foundation-lifting techniques.

Polymer injection solves soil settlement and stabilization problems

In the past, contractors often raised settled concrete by pumping a liquid mortar beneath the settled section (called mud jacking). But this pumping process is hard to control, and the added mass of the mortar puts even more weight on the soil. Fortunately, foundation and masonry repair specialists now have a new technique that's more effective at raising settled concrete. Polymer injection harnesses the expansive force of a structural grade geopolymer to raise settled concrete, fill voids in soil and strengthen soil that has poor load-bearing qualities.

The polymer consists of two separate liquids that are combined right at the injection nozzle to trigger a chemical reaction that turns the blended ingredients into expanding, high-density foam. The foam flows into voids and between loose soil particles, expanding to about 15 times its initial volume. This expansive action effectively lifts settled concrete. An experienced technician, like Advanced Basement Systems' experts, can control the application to create just the right amount of raising pressure.

The polymer begins to harden quickly after doing its raising work. Within just 30 minutes, it reaches 90% of its final strength, enabling damaged concrete roads and slabs to be put back into service right away. The speed of polymer injection repairs is another huge advantage over mortar pumping.

In addition to lifting and realigning settled and/or shifted concrete, polymer injection can be done prior to construction to improve soil stability and strength. Injections as deep as 20ft.-30ft. are possible.

Ready to see why PolyLevel® is the superior choice when it comes to repairing sinking concrete in Southwestern Ontario? Get started by calling Advanced Basement Systems at 1-800-536-8176 or contact us online to meet with one of our specialists today!

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our service area

We serve the following areas

  • Aylmer
  • Beachville
  • Bright
  • Burford
  • Burgessville
  • Cathcart
  • Clear Creek
  • Courtland
  • Delhi
  • Eden
  • Embro
  • Erieau
  • Fingal
  • Harley
  • Harrietsville
  • Hickson
  • Innerkip
  • La Salette
  • Langton
  • Morpeth
  • Mossley
  • Mount Elgin
  • Mount Pleasant
  • Norwich
  • Oakland
  • Otterville
  • Plattsville
  • Port Burwell
  • Port Rowan
  • Port Stanley
  • Princeton
  • Salford
  • Scotland
  • Springford
  • St George Brant
  • St Thomas
  • St Williams
  • Straffordville
  • Teeterville
  • Tillsonburg
  • Turkey Point
  • Union
  • Vanessa
  • Vienna
  • Vittoria
  • Wallacetown
  • Walsingham
  • Waterford
  • Wilsonville
  • Windham Centre
Our Locations:

Advanced Basement Systems
23576 Prince Albert Road
Chatham, ON N7M 5J7
1-226-706-2439


Advanced Basement Systems
199 Exeter Rd Unit E
London, On N6L 1A4
1-226-270-8565
Coverage Area: Southwestern Ontario