it’s cheaper than you think!
First of all, there are a ton of factors that contribute to any concrete lifting cost because every job is different! If you go up to a realtor and ask them how much a blue house costs, how do you think they’ll respond? They might give you a funny look if you ask that, but ultimately it’s because there are so many other factors to consider! Where is it located? What is the design and layout? Have there been previous upgrades? The list goes on.
The same thing applies to slabjacking costs. Every job has different surface area, varying amount of void, level of difficulty, and so much more! This will be the same if you are looking for how much mudjacking costs or how much PolyLevel costs (check out the differences here).
Here at True Level, we don’t sell an item or pre-made good. We customize our services according to each job. Our professionally trained estimators give you a custom price based on your exact needs. The price doesn’t have any hidden costs or overages, so the price given on site is the price you will get.
How much is it really?
As a general rule of thumb, the concrete lifting cost is approximately 1/3rd of the cost to replace the concrete. Not only is concrete lifting the CHEAPER option, it’s also:
- Environmentally friendly
- Causes minimum disruption to your property and lifestyle
- You can walk/drive on PolyLevel lifted concrete within 15 minutes of completion
- We offer a 5 year warranty! (You won’t find that with any new concrete)
Unfortunately, your concrete problem will not get better with time, it will only get worse and cost more to fix. Check out our previous blog to hear a personal story about this!
Remember, ultimately the soil is the real problem. There’s no need to remove and replace perfectly good concrete when the concrete is not the problem! Address the soil issue and you won’t have to worry about your concrete anymore.
So, want to know how much it costs to get your concrete lifted? Contact us now for a free estimate! We’ll give you a free, no obligation quote so you can make an informed decision on your home needs.