Mission concrete walk path repair

Leveling an uneven walkway for safety reasons


The walkway is one of the most important features of your house. Not only is it a place where you can walk and enjoy the outdoors, but it’s also a place where you can show off your style. When the ground underneath your walkway begins to sink, it can cause an uneven walk path. This not only looks bad, but it can also be dangerous. 


That is why the homeowner of this house in Mission contacted True Level Concrete! The walkway in his home was in bad shape. It had sunken in places, causing an uneven walk path that was a trip hazard. 


They found us from our ads online and called us because they wanted to eliminate every risk from their home to make it a safer place for them.




True Level Concrete team arrived on-site and checked the area with the homeowners.

They started by drilling holes in the concrete slab for the injection ports. They injected PolyLevel foam under the concrete, filling the voids and allowing a controlled lift to close the opening beneath the walking path. Last, they cleaned the site and left the front door stair like new.

Here’s the whole process step by step:

  1. Drill holes where PolyLevel is to be installed
  2. Inject PolyLevel to fill all voids and lift settled concrete
  3. Patch holes and seam cracks
  4. Blend seams with the rest of the concrete
  5. Clean site


The homeowners had peace of mind thanks to removing the tripping hazard on their property.

If you have voids and concrete settlements on your walkway, remember to contact us today and get a free quote!




Date: September 2022.
Time: Half a day to complete the job.
Certified PolyLevel Installer: True Level Concrete
Products Installed: 98 lbs of PolyLevel, 5 feet of Nexus Pro