Texas Concrete Leveling FAQ

Wondering where to start if you’ve noticed cracked or sinking concrete around your home? At Vesta Foundation Solutions, we use a proprietary product called PolyLevel to permanently lift and stabilize sinking or settling concrete slabs in driveways, patios, walkways, steps, and more. Our technicians are able to move the slab back toward its original position, where it is then able to bear weight within minutes. Here are the answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about our concrete leveling services.

Is PolyLevel expensive?

PolyLevel is a long-lasting and very cost-effective solution compared to replacing the concrete entirely. This product provides a strong and durable solution at an affordable price.

How soon can I use my driveway/patio/pool deck/sidewalk?

PolyLevel was developed as a response to the need for a fast and effective solution to residential concrete problems. It is quick-curing, and within minutes you’ll be able to drive your car over a driveway that’s been lifted using PolyLevel.

Is PolyLevel environmentally friendly?

Yes. Made from an environmentally friendly material, PolyLevel is waterproof and won’t degrade or leach harmful chemicals. It’s also a less wasteful solution in that it extends the life of your existing concrete, keeping it out of the landfill.

Can I get PolyLevel from another contractor?

No. PolyLevel is a product of Supportworks and is available exclusively from Vesta Foundation Solutions and other concrete repair specialists who are also part of the Supportworks network.

I want to lift and level my concrete. What's the next step?

Contact us today to schedule a free inspection. Our technicians will come to your home to assess your concrete and describe the cause of the problem. They will then sit down with you to explain how the repair process works and provide you with a detailed quote.

Contact us today to see why PolyLevel is a great alternative solution to other more expensive, invasive, and time-consuming concrete repair methods.