1Select Best Pick Companies
2Describe Your Project
3Get Great Service
Certified Best Pick®
Companies with this badge have met the qualification criteria for Best Pick certification and are backed by the Best Pick Guarantee.
1st year as a Best Pick
Best Pick Guaranteed Insured Workers' Comp
Erickson Foundation Solutions proudly serves as the exclusive authorized contractor for the Supportworks PolyLevel polyurethane foam concrete leveling system in Massachusetts and New Hampshire. When it comes to sinking concrete, don't replace it. Raise it and get back on solid ground with Erickson Foundation Solutions.

About Boston Concrete Leveling & Raising

Sinking, cracked, and uneven concrete is both unattractive to the eye and hazardous to your family and guests. Uneven areas on a sidewalk, patio, or driveway are tripping hazards, so it’s important to get these issues fixed promptly.

After periods of particularly dry or wet weather, inspect your property for any areas of concrete that are unsupported. Take a look at the edges of the driveway, patio, sidewalks, walkways, steps, and foundation.

If you see any gaps or voids in the dirt, make note. Issues with sinking or uneven concrete will only worsen over time, so it’s important to get repairs done as soon as possible.

A Best Pick concrete leveling contractor has the expertise and equipment needed to address the issue. They will also be able to recommend solutions to prevent the issue from recurring.

Boston Concrete Leveling Services

Why does concrete settle?

There are several reasons why concrete might settle and sink. The main cause is the loss of soil supporting the concrete.

Clogged gutters, short downspouts, improper grading around the foundation of your home, and other drainage issues can lead to soil being washed away or settling unevenly around your home. Soil washout leaves voids underneath the concrete, which creates the conditions for sinking and cracking.

The ground beneath concrete is made up of different layers of soil, each with its own set of properties. These layers can settle and consolidate over time, causing the concrete on top of them to crack.

How the process works

Concrete lifting and leveling involves the use of either mortar-based or synthetic material filling in gaps underneath the concrete.

Your concrete leveling specialist will drill holes into the concrete and use a hose to fill the void beneath the slab with the leveling material.

As the gaps are filled, the concrete will begin to lift up. Once the process is complete, the specialist will patch the holes. The repaired concrete will need to cure over the next few days.

Preventative measures

Once your concrete has been repaired, take the necessary steps to ensure that the concrete does not sink again.

If your yard has grading and drainage issues, call a professional drainage specialist to correct this. Have your gutters cleaned twice a year, in the spring and fall. Also make sure your downspouts are carrying water well away from the foundation and other concrete areas near your home. If not, you may need longer or redirected downspouts.