Concrete Leveling

Concrete leveling, also traditionally known as slab jacking or mud jacking, raises sunken or uneven concrete slabs back to their original position. Concrete leveling is commonly used to repair uneven sidewalks, driveways, patios, and other concrete surfaces, and it is a cost-effective alternative to replacing the entire slab. 

Signs & Symptoms

Concrete damage often results in the following:

If you are experiencing signs and symptoms of concrete leveling issues, such as an uneven surface, poor drainage, or trip hazards, it is important to address these issues promptly. Our team of experts can assess the situation and provide a tailored solution to ensure that your concrete surfaces are level, stable, and safe. Contact us for a free inspection.

Causes for Foundation Issues


Settlement is a common cause of concrete slab damage in buildings. When the soil beneath the slab compresses or shifts, the slab can sink or tilt, causing cracks, unevenness, and other forms of damage. Settlement can be caused by a range of factors, including soil erosion, improper compaction during construction, and changes in the moisture content of the soil. As the slab settles, it can cause stress on the concrete, leading to cracking and other forms of damage. If left unaddressed, settlement can lead to significant structural problems and even compromise the safety of the building.


Washout is another common cause of concrete slab damage in buildings. This occurs when excessive water runoff from rain or irrigation erodes the soil beneath the slab, causing voids and instability. As the soil washes away, the slab can sink or shift, leading to cracking, settling, and other forms of damage. Additionally, washout can cause uneven stress on the concrete, leading to further damage and instability. Prevention measures, such as appropriate drainage systems and soil stabilization techniques, can help reduce the risk of washout and ensure the long-term stability of the concrete slab. Regular inspections and prompt repair of any signs of washout can help prevent further damage and ensure the safety and durability of the building.

Wear & Tear

Weathering and wear and tear are also major contributors to concrete slab damage over time. Exposure to sunlight, wind, rain, and other environmental factors can cause the concrete to deteriorate, leading to cracking, spalling, and other forms of damage. Additionally, regular use and traffic on the slab can cause wear and tear, leading to surface damage and the development of cracks and potholes. To prevent weathering and wear and tear from causing significant damage, it is important to use high-quality materials and construction techniques, as well as regular maintenance and repair of any signs of damage.


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Our Solutions

RhinoLift specializes in providing premium foundation repair solutions. Foundation issues should never be overlooked and we are the licensed professionals to aid you in the process. We understand that foundation repair may look daunting at first, but our goal is to inspect and educate you on the best possible solution for your home. RhinoLift offers a wide range of foundation repair services with products backed by the largest and most trusted deep foundation repair product manufacturer, CHANCE, a Hubbell company.


Polyurethane foam lifting injects expanding foam into the soil beneath sunken concrete slabs to lift and level them.


Concrete crack repair is the process of fixing and sealing cracks in damaged concrete slabs to prevent further deterioration and maintain structural integrity.


Polyurethane void filling fills voids under concrete slabs with polyurethane foam material to stabilize and support the slab, prevent settlement, and improve load-bearing capacity.


Remove and replace is a concrete repair method where the damaged concrete slab is removed and replaced with new concrete to restore the structural integrity and function of the slab.

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What Is Concrete Leveling?

Concrete leveling is a process that involves restoring sunken or uneven concrete surfaces to their original height and levelness. Over time, soil erosion, settlement, or improper installation can cause concrete surfaces to sink or become uneven, resulting in trip hazards, water pooling, or other safety hazards. This process can be cost-effective, minimally invasive, and provide long-lasting results.

How Long Does Concrete Repair Take?

Polyurethane foam lifting is a fast and efficient method of concrete repair, and most projects can be completed within a few hours, depending on the size of the area being repaired. Unlike traditional concrete repair methods, polyurethane foam lifting requires little to no downtime, and the repaired area can be used almost immediately after the repair is completed.

Is RhinoLift Licensed? Is There A Warranty?

RhinoLift has vast experience installing polyurethane foam and is proud to offer the best products in the industry. NCFI is the leading and most trusted polyurethane foam manufacturer, so homeowners can rest assured that RhinoLift offers the best concrete repair solutions. RhinoLift offers a 5-year Peace of Mind Warranty on all polyurethane solutions.

What Are Voids?

Soil voids are empty spaces or air pockets in the soil. They occur when the soil is not compacted enough or when a void is created by settling, erosion, or a change in moisture content. The presence of soil voids can lead to various problems, including foundation settlement, building cracks, and soil instability.

What Is Polyurethane?

Polyurethane is made by mixing two liquid components, which then expand and harden into a lightweight, high-strength foam that can be used to fill voids, level uneven concrete, and stabilize the soil. Polyurethane foam is an effective solution for many foundation repair issues and has the added benefit of being minimally invasive and requiring little to no downtime for homeowners/tenants.

Are Inspections Free?

At RhinoLift, inspections are FREE! We will visit the customer’s property during our on-site inspection and assess the issues. We will examine the affected areas, take measurements, and ask questions to understand the situation completely. This process allows us to identify any underlying problems and provide the recommended repairs.