Detached Garage Lifting & Levelling

Levelling Detached Garages

You may not consider your garage an important part of your home, but it's actually a very important part of your property. A detached garage is an excellent place to store your cars and other belongings. If you have a detached garage, you could be at risk for concrete flooring problems like sinking and settling. Cracks in the floor are the first indication of a problem that can lead to much bigger issues. Addressing this problem sooner than later will greatly reduce the cost of fixing it. Levelling the floor of your garage may seem like a daunting project, but it's not that difficult for us to restore your detached garage floor to its original condition. Polyurethane concrete lifting is the ideal solution for sunken and settled detached garages. It's a fast, efficient way to lift and level your concrete so it looks new!

After Concrete Levelling Detached Garages
Before Concrete Levelling Detached Garages

Your garage is one of your most important investments – use it for storage or as a workshop for your hobbies. Having an uneven floor can make it difficult to park your vehicle inside, especially if you have limited space. It also makes it dangerous for anyone using this area regularly due to tripping hazards caused by cracks and bumps on the ground surface. If left untreated, these problems can get worse over time leading to expensive repairs at some point down the road if not addressed immediately.

If you have a detached garage, the floor is typically a slab poured on grade without a foundation. These floors can sink and become uneven over time due to soil erosion, poor soil compaction during construction or improperly installed concrete. Cracks will begin to appear, the floor will become uneven, and there may also be gaps between the wall and the concrete floor slab. Having LvL Concrete Lifting level it and fill the void sooner than later can reduce the cost of fixing the problem in the long run.

Polyurethane concrete lifting is a fast and efficient process. This method works by injecting polyurethane foam into small holes drilled into the top of the slab. The polyurethane foam expands in the void below the slab to fill them in and lift any sunken parts of your slab. Our polyurethane foam is environmentally friendly, and it doesn't require any heavy equipment on your property that could potentially damage your landscaping! Polyurethane foam cures quickly, so you can use your garage within a few hours!

If you've got cracks in your concrete garage floor, it's time to take action. Cracks are a sign of underlying problems and can lead to costly repairs and future damage. LvL Concrete Lifting has the expertise and know-how to fix your detached garage floor and return it to its original condition quickly and affordably.