• Cracked Pool Deck in West Monroe, LA

    This family’s pool deck in West Monroe, LA, had a giant crack along one of the concrete borders that was only growing by the season. They reached out to Level Tech lifting, who came out to assess the area.  Level Tech provided the right solution for this family, leveling the concrete and sealing the crack, and they can now enjoy this communal area knowing it is not a safety concern.

  • Uneven Driveway Restored in Monroe, LA

    This driveway was severely uneven. Not only was it an eyesore, but it was a tripping hazard as well. We used PolyLevel foam to create a smooth, level surface. Now the homeowner has what looks like a brand-new driveway without the time, mess and expense of replacement.

  • Cracked Brick Pool Deck in Monroe, LA

    The owner of this home in Monroe, LA was worried about an elevated crack in their brick pool deck. It was not only a tripping hazard but also an overall safety concern as the gash was sharp.

    They reached out to Level Tech for a solution. We recommended that we apply our PolyLevel foam under the surface of the brick to raise and secure the sunken portion. The homeowner approved the idea and they now have a safer pool area because of it.

  • Pool deck leveled in Monroe, LA

    We were happy to put this customer back on solid ground!! With summer right around the corner he wanted to eliminate all tripping hazards around his pool by using our PolyLevel Foam and by cleaning and preparing joints and cracks as needed to install our NexusPro Sealant.

  • Severely Uneven Concrete Walkway in Monroe, LA

    This severely uneven concrete walkway was plaguing passerbys for awhile. The more it rained, the more the concrete slabs would sink into the ground unaddressed. This homeowner had had enough, which is what led them to call Level Tech Lifting.

    Level Tech came out and knew they could help the homeowner, they recommended the process of PolyLevel foam. Poly is a special foam we inject into small drilled holes on an uneven surface. We injected the Polylevel and watched the concrete slabs rise and level out.