Concrete Levelling

Concrete levelling and slab lifting, a service which requires utmost precision and care, via the use of Polyurethane Leak Seal Solutions.
We use our industry leading level of skill and technical knowledge to offer this service.

What Is Concrete Levelling?

Concrete levelling is the process of re-levelling a concrete surface.

Concrete is likely to have become unlevelled due to a variety of different factors.

It is a relatively easy repair method and is able to attain you and your floors an abundance of benefits.

Usually a job which can be done both as a DIY project or will need the help from industry professionals.

Thus, depending on the degree of levelling which is necessary.

Concrete levelling is both an effective and long-lasting repair method which is widely practiced within the industry.

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What Causes Uneven Concrete?

There is a large variety of reasons as to why concrete becomes uneven.

This is an occurrence which is quite common, normal and to some extent expected on large concrete surfaces.

Concrete becomes uneven mainly due to cracking, moisture or merely just time.

Other aspects which can affect the evenness of a concrete surface is the existence of elements nearby such as trees and their roots can disrupt these surfaces.

If the ground on which concrete is place is unstable or experiences movement, it may likewise become uneven as a consequence.

Concrete becoming uneven is a common occurrence which is likely to happen to surfaces which have been in place for longer periods of time.

What Does Uneven Concrete Look Like?

As a means to understand whether you need to level you concrete surface or not, it is important to be able to successfully assess when concrete is in fact uneven or not.

Uneven concrete can occur in a variety of different ways.

For example, cracking or breaks coming through the concrete are a clear sign that your surface needs some tending and levelling.

Less severe and obvious concrete conditions in need of levelling, however, include rough concrete surfaces which have been worn down over time due to excessive use.

In the same vein, uneven concrete may be identified by the existence of lower and higher areas of your concrete surface.

In all, uneven concrete may at times be more challenging to identify than would be expected and the need for concrete levelling hard to pin-point.

For expert help in doing so, please feel free to get in contact with our team as we are able to provide you with a free consultation and quotation today.

How To Conduct Concrete Levelling?

Be mindful that concrete levelling can be conducted at home and by yourself, or you will need the help of professionals.

This depends on the extent of work you need.

If your concrete floor is less than 5mm out of level when you measure the gap between the floor and the raised end of the level after holding up the low end of the level until the bubble is in the middle, then you can level your concrete yourself.

To level your concrete yourself you can purchase a self-levelling floor screed compound from any DIY store.

If your measurement are higher than 5mm, however, you will need to help of industry specialists are more extensive levelling work will be required.

For a free consultation and quotation regarding your concrete surface, please feel free to reach out to our expert team today!

Is Concrete Levelling Effective?

It is a very effective repair method which has been successfully used for concrete remedies since the 1930’s. Concrete levelling works by having the process fill the voids which over time are formed in the cement as a result of soil settlement.

The filing of these voids stabilises the soil below and the cement itself.

As the concrete levelling material is injected into the voids, the resulting pressure lifts the slab and returns it to its previously even position.

In addition, once the cracks and injection holes are caulked, the concrete levelling repair method is further rendered extremely effective as it produces almost invisible results.

How Long Does Concrete Levelling Last?

The process is known to last longer than a full slab replacement strategy in most causes given how concrete levelling addresses the underlying cause of the damage.

Replacing the old and unlevel concrete slab with a new one is likely to cause further damage similar to the damage being repaired.

A new slab is likely to merely settle and crack just like the old one did as the problem stands with the foundation it is being placed on.

Unless the foundation is addresses and fixed, concrete levelling lasts longer than concrete slab replacement.

Fixing a foundation by excavating, refilling and compacting the soil is quite a lengthy and time-consuming process, however.

Concrete levelling is thus known to be more effective in the long-term than replacing a slab from scratch as it is ultimately more dependable and durable.

What Are The Benefits Of Concrete Levelling?

There are many advantages when it comes to concrete floor levelling.

For example, this repair method holds the potential to reduce damaged floors and repair costs. I

Furthermore, it’s able to improve the structural integrity of your floor and remove impractical unevenness.

Levelling concrete is a repair method which creates very smooth and flat concrete surfaces with very high compressive strengths.

It can further be installed on materials beyond concrete such as wood plywood, ceramic floors and more.

It is also a repair method which is among the fastest and newest flooring trends for both architects and commercial property owners.

Lastly, the work is a relatively quick and easy repair method, as well as being hypoallergenic.

If you are concerned over or interested in the condition of your floors and their current evenness, please feel free to give our friendly team a call today for a free consultation and quotation on the matter!

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