Sinking concrete sidewalk
If you have a concrete sidewalk that is cracked or uneven, it not only looks bad, but it can lead to a fall or serious injury. The good news is the concrete does not have to be torn out and poured again to fix the problem. Erickson Foundation Solutions can raise your sinking sidewalk and prevent it from sinking further. With PolyLevel® concrete lifting, we can make your sidewalk level again in just 15 minutes!
If you have a sunken walkway or sidewalk, contact us today to request a free estimate for concrete leveling in Bedford, Windham, Amherst or nearby.
The concrete apron leading to a raised garage floor was cracked at the mid point and sunk about 2-3in on one side. The slab is 8 feet long and 18 ft wide with a slope up of 1ft from the gravel drive to the wooden garage floor. The slab is cracked and sunken on the left half, which has been undermined by poor drainage from the adjoining barn.
This homeowner in Nashua, New Hampshire has a set of wooden stairs that are covering an old set of concrete stairs. The homeowner would like both sets removed and then have a new set of pre-cast or solid concrete stairs installed. The homeowner called Erickson Foundation Solutions about a free inspection.
Design Specialist Stephen Caron arrived at the home to examine the front of her home. Stephen recommended that the homeowner have EFS install a set of pre-cast stairs installed to the front of the home.
Crew Lead Ed Nadreau arrived at the home and installed the pre-cast steps to the front of the home.
This homeowner in Billerica, MA had cracks in his front steps and would like them repaired. He called Erickson Foundation Solutions to see about ordering a pre-casted set of stairs. Design Specialist Michael Bradley came to the home and took measurements for the homeowner. Foreman Jon Provost and his crew came to the home and installed the new stairs to the front of the home.
This homeowner in Wakefield, Massachusetts had an ongoing issue with their stoop. The stoop was sinking and cracking. The stoop had sunk more than 3 inches and the homeowners wanted the concrete to be brought back up to the siding of the house. Design Specialist John Prince came to the home and proposed that the homeowners use PolyLevel to lift the concrete and then seal the cracks using Crack Seal. Chris Hanulec and Nick Melo came to the home and lifted and sealed all the cracks.
In Salem, New Hampshire, a homeowner experienced a leak in their foundation under their stairs and wanted to resurface their walkway. Design Specialist John Merna came to the home and inspected all of the homeowners' concerns. John then created a plan to send over to Crew Lead Jon Provost. Jon and his team came to the home and first sealed the crack, then they resurfaced the walkway and finally installed a new set of stairs.
This homeowner in Hooksett, New Hampshire had some cracks and some sinking on their front walkway. They decided to call EFS for a free inspection.
A design specialist inspected the front walkway and recommended a solution for the cracks in the walkway and the sinking of the steps.
An EFS crew repaired the cracks in the walkway and lifted the steps using PolyLevel and slab jacks.
Walkways and sidewalks are exposed to a lot of wear and tear. When the soil supporting the concrete becomes weak, the concrete can crack and sink. There are many things that can create a void beneath the slab, such as erosion from rainwater or gutter runoff, or a tree root that has rotted over time. Dirt fill underneath the slab that has not been well compacted can also create voids beneath the concrete. Regardless of what’s caused your sidewalk to sink, we can fix it!
Look familiar? The sidewalk in front of this home settled a couple inches, creating a trip hazard and an area for water to pool. After raising the slab with PolyLevel®, we were able to turn the sunken sidewalk into a safe, level surface.
Some areas require home and business owners to maintain the sidewalks adjoining their property. If someone trips and falls on the sidewalk in front of your home, you might be liable. It’s important to check your town or city’s sidewalk regulations.
Concrete lifting with PolyLevel® is a practical, affordable solution for concrete sidewalk repair. In addition to taking less time and costing you less, concrete leveling is far less disruptive to the landscaping. If the concrete is ripped out and repoured, the grass can be damaged from the heavy equipment and the removal of the old slab. With PolyLevel® injection lifting, there's almost no waiting for the concrete to cure before you can walk on it. With concrete replacement, it usually takes about a day for the concrete to cure.
Contact the concrete repair specialists at Erickson Foundation Solutions today to get a free estimate to raise your sunken sidewalk. We offer concrete lifting and leveling services in Bedford, Windham, Amherst, Manchester, Nashua, Hollis, Cambridge, Litchfield, Bow, Stratham and nearby.