Concrete Repair Experience Matters
Nationally known and locally owned by our A-1 National Franchise Network, A-1 Concrete Leveling is a fully insured concrete contractor that is dedicated to providing you with the highest quality concrete services.
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Why Choose A1
We are proud to the largest and most experienced concrete leveler in America. Our locations are locally owned and operated. All of our work is guaranteed because our professionally trained technicians use state of the art equipment and a patented process that guarantees the highest quality results.
Our Pumping Compound is 100% Natural
Our hydraulic lifting material is a specially processed grade of Agricultural Limestone (AgLime) - a 100% natural product of the earth. As a result, there are no residual chemicals to deal with and no concerns about leaching of pollutants into the surrounding soil or aquifers.
Less Time, Less Equipment – Lower Fuel Emissions
A typical concrete leveling project can be completed in far less time and with far less equipment than traditional tear out and replacement of concrete, resulting in lower fuel emissions. Our trucks are tested annually for compliance to the new federal Low-Sulfur emission standards.
We use biofuels where available in our equipment as standard policy. It’s good for the environment and saves money.
Virtually No Material Waste
As a result of our patented equipment and process, there is virtually no material wasted on your project. On the other hand, tear out and replacement of concrete generates significant scrap / waste that must be hauled to a recycler or dumped in a landfill.
No Forms, No Concrete and No Steel
In a typical tear out and replacement project, additional materials may include the use of wooden forms, mixed concrete and reinforcement such as rebar and/or wire mesh. When leveling your concrete, we have no need to use any of the above.
Keep Your Landscaping
Our methods minimize or entirely eliminate damage to your existing landscape or hardscape, saving you the time and expense of backfilling, seeding, sodding or replanting.