B-Level, a trusted Columbus concrete lifting and leveling company, provides quick, effective methods for repairing residential and commercial concrete. Our services are both cost effective and time efficient. You can save up to 75% by repairing existing concrete rather than replacing it.
Having serviced Central Ohio for over two decades, B-Level is the best choice for your concrete repair needs. Our concrete leveling experts work efficiently, leaving behind little mess and providing little downtime before you can enjoy the repaired concrete areas again. You can trust the experts at B-Level to bring old, worn-out concrete areas back to life at your home or business. Hover over an image below to learn more about the issue.
Our local Columbus concrete leveling experts work efficiently with minimal disruption. B-Level’s concrete lifting and leveling process involves drilling small holes through the existing concrete and pumping a limestone mixture underneath the slab, getting the area ready for use in no time.
Our Columbus concrete leveling experts work efficiently leaving behind minimal disruption. B-Level’s concrete lifting and leveling process involves drilling small holes through the existing concrete and pumping a limestone mixture underneath the slab. This fast and effective technique gets the area ready for you in no time at all.
Not all trip hazards are due to sinking concrete. Some are a consequence of concrete being lifted by tree roots. Our experienced estimators are adept at determining the best solution for eliminating these dangerous offsets through concrete leveling and grinding services.
Boost the aesthetic appeal and durability of your driveway with our cleaning and sealing services. B-Level employs the use of commercial-grade power washers for a thorough cleaning. Afterward, a sealer is applied to the concrete surface. The result is a rejuvenated, protected concrete driveway that can resist adverse weather.
An excellent way to shield your concrete from future erosion or settlement is to fill concrete cracks using caulking. This prevents further settling and erosion while enhancing the overall look of your repaired concrete.
Voids can be effectively filled by drilling small 1-inch holes through the surface of your concrete and pumping in our special limestone slurry under low pressure. Our limestone slurry is non-expansive and provides no strain on the concrete, making it a perfect solution for filling all the hidden cavities beneath your concrete.
Proper slope and direction of water flow are essential for averting expensive structural repairs. Whenever concrete settles, it impacts the slope or drainage of the installed surface. Our concrete lifting technicians are well-equipped to bring your uneven patios, porches, sidewalks, and driveways back to the proper position, ensuring water drains away from your home’s foundation.
Serving Columbus and central Ohio for over two decades, B-Level is your top choice for concrete leveling needs. Let the experts at B-Level breathe life back into your home or commercial property’s worn-out concrete areas. For more information about B-Level’s professional concrete lifting and leveling services in Columbus, Ohio, or to schedule a free estimate, call us now!
We use a concrete slurry mix made of agricultural lime and portland cement. We are not mud-jackers. B-level drills a much smaller hole than mudjackers and our concrete slurry sets up hard making it a perfect material for lifting. Unlike poly-foam, our concrete slurry is non-expansive, which makes it much safer to use next to your foundation walls and much less expensive for filling voids.
How big are the holes drilled into the concrete and how many will there be? The holes are about the size of a quarter. The exact amount and location of the holes are determined by the foreman when on site.
The concrete can be walked on right away. You will not want to drive over any concrete for 72 hours.
In most cases, we will provide a quote to caulk the open seams in the work area. This helps prevent water from getting back under the concrete and allowing it to sink again.
If not properly marked, these lines are at risk of being filled with the concrete slurry mix we use when lifting.