driveway-void-concrete-raising-system-300x224Do you have a side view of your concrete slabs like this?

The space between a slab of concrete and the ground is called a ‘void’. A void typically occurs next to a sidewalk or walkway leading up to a home. A void can also occur under a concrete patio, porch or driveway. You will sometimes notice a void when you walk on the concrete, and you can feel it give under your feet. The obvious signs of a void can be seen. Level Rite Concrete can fix this problem by drilling small 5/8” holes in the concrete and injecting our polyurethane foam into the void to strengthen the concrete and prevent it from cracking and breaking. Polyurethane is added to the sides of the concrete slab.


We then recommend adding dirt or landscaping next to and on top of the exposed void filling. UV rays from sunlight can damage the integrity of the polyurethane fill over time.

We not only can fill your void, but we lift and repair sidewalks, driveways, floors, pools and patios. The longer you wait to have the problem fixed the more expensive it may be to fix. Wait too long and you may have to replace your concrete altogether and that will certainly be more expensive than having us raise and repair it!

Call us today at 219.765.3690. Estimates for void filling, as well as estimates for everything we do, are free!