Concrete Lifting, Leveling & Repair

Northwest Poly Services specializes in lifting concrete.  We’re here to help our fellow residential, commercial, and municipal neighbors repair their sunken concrete slabs, walkways, and stairs.  Our Pacific Northwest climate makes large demands on our soil, often causing our sidewalks, garage floors, and concrete slabs to settle and become uneven.  This can lead to trip hazards, or worse, more major problems like drainage and soil erosion.  Let us help!  By drilling a small hole through your sinking concrete and injecting our poly foam solution, we can lift those problem areas level again. 

A Focus On Customer Satisfaction

Here’s why you’ll be satisfied with our process over mud-jacking or removing and replacing concrete!

  • Our drill holes are much smaller than mud-jacking, making the process less invasive.
  • Our material weighs less than traditional mud-jacking material. It’s strong, water resistant, and environmentally friendly.
  • Most jobs take less than 2 hours to complete. Removing and replacing concrete takes days to complete.
  • Your concrete is ready for use less than an hour after injecting our material and lifting your concrete.
  • You’ll get a 25-Year Warranty that is transferable. So, if you plan to sell, you can assure the new owners that they won’t have the same problem.
  • Concrete leveling is approximately 50% more cost effective than removing and replacing concrete.
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Helping The Community

Northwest Poly Services is committed to helping the community we do business with. With every satisfied job performed, Northwest Poly Services will make a donation to a Non-Profit or Charity that serves the Pacific Northwest. We have many different discounts available, so please schedule an estimate with us today!

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Northwest Poly Services1 month ago

Homeowner Tip of the season: With all the wet weather we're going to see, this is a great time to wrap up and head outside. Take note of any standing water and possible drainage issues that could cause your concrete to settle and sink. If...