Thursday, February 13, 2014

A-1 Concrete Leveling turns a leap back into a step…..

Over the past 7 years A-1 Concrete Leveling Western New York Division has completed thousands of estimates and projects and one of the most common questions that customers ask is: “Why did my concrete settle?”  The simple answer is compaction of the sub-base and the resulting surface drainage over time causes concrete to settle. That being said, the areas that have been excavated around the foundation of the house or structure have more fill and, therefore, a far greater likelihood for significant initial compaction. Excavation and compaction in conjunction with the disproportionate weight that concrete steps transfer to the sub-base creates a perfect storm for steps and stoops to settle.  When concrete steps settle it inevitably results in one step being higher than the standard 7”-8” required by code.  A-1 Concrete Leveling raises sunken steps and stoop back to original position eliminating the dangerous leap that was intended to be a step at a fraction of the cost and time.  Take a moment to see what A-1 Concrete Leveling can do for your sunken concrete steps and stoops. 

If you want more info on A-1 Concrete Leveling call us (716) 341-4550 or check us out on line

Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Why do Commercial, Industrial and Municipal Customers hire A-1 Concrete Leveling???

With the continual increase in the cost of concrete replacement, concrete leveling offers commercial, industrial and municipal customers a cost effective alternative to ripping out the concrete and replacing it. Concrete leveling is not only a significant cost savings, typically 50%-70% savings versus replacement, it also reduces costly down-time while saving the environment and ensures that the property is ADA compliant. Check out some of our Commercial, Industrial and Municipal concrete leveling projects!!!

Our customers include:   

Amherst Baptist Church, Applebee’s, Baker Victory Services, BPO Elks Lodge #41,  BDR Construction, Briody Healthcare, Buffalo Medical Group, Buffalo Museum of Science, Capital Cleaners, Ciminelli Development, City of North Tonawanda, Delaware Towers Condos, Delphi, Duff’s, Elderwood, First Niagara, FMC Peroxygens, Foxberry Village, Goodyear-Dunlop, Greif,  Hartland Fire Department, Honeywell, Iskalo Development, Lancaster Towers, Liberty Square Apartments, LMM Properties, London Towne  Apartments, Marriott Hotels, MJ Peterson,  National Air Cargo, Olde Towne Village Apartments, People Inc., Raintree Island Condos, Realty USA, Sealing Devices, Sharp general Contracting, Shea’s Performing Arts Center, St. Stephan’s Church of Christ, Timon Towers, Tonawanda Church of Christ, Tony Walker Center, Town of Lockport, Town of Newfane, Town of Tonawanda, Town of Wales, Town of Wheatfield, U.S. Border Patrol, U.S.P.S., Uniland, Union Commons, University of Buffalo, VA Western NY Healthcare System, Village of Akron, Villas at Chestnut Ridge, Wagner Precision, Walden Commons, Wedgewood Condos, Weinburg Campus, Zaepfel, and many others…..

Tuesday, February 11, 2014

A-1 Concrete Leveling sends water running…..away from the foundation

A-1 Concrete Leveling Western New York Division is “Helping to Raise Buffalo to Higher Ground” by raising concrete that has settled over the years back to original position.  The concrete patio that surrounds a house can be a great area to spend time and hang out but when that concrete settles and pitches water toward the house the time water spends hanging out at your foundation can become a problem.  Concrete leveling will re-pitch existing concrete away from the foundation while saving the landscape, money, time and the foundation; most people’s biggest investment.  Want to see some “Before and After” photos from some of A-1 Concrete Leveling’s patio projects.

Monday, February 10, 2014

How Strong is A-1 Concrete Leveling???

A-1 Concrete Leveling Western New York Division is “Helping to Raise Buffalo to Higher Ground” by raising concrete that has settled over the years back to original position.  When A-1 Concrete Leveling raises people’s sidewalk slabs they often ask; can you raise larger concrete slabs than a sidewalk slab. My answer… “magic knows no limit… so yes we can raise it.” Often they are referring to driveway slabs which by our standards are not large; perhaps normal but not large.  Can we raise larger concrete slabs? Yes!!! Take a moment to watch our “Before and After” pictures of driveway projects and you’ll know the answer yourself.

Your concrete is expensive and your property is one of the largest investments you have so “Extend the Life of Your Concrete” and you’ll protect your investment and maybe even make some money.  A-1 Concrete Leveling raises sunken concrete of all sizes!!!

Sunday, February 9, 2014

A-1 Concrete Leveling- Before and After Photos of Sidewalks-Walkways-Steps

At A-1 Concrete Leveling we have been “Helping Raise Buffalo to Higher Ground” and we have had thousands of great opportunities to bring value, technology and expertise to Western New York during the past 7 years. Raising sunken concrete through the process of pressure injecting “more stable ground” below the concrete and “floating” the existing concrete back to its original position without costly replacement is where value, technology and expertise get together and hang-out.  Check out some Before and After pictures of Sidewalk and Walkway Slabs that we have raised over the last 7 years.

If you want more information on A-1 Concrete Leveling give us a call (716) 341-0904.

Monday, February 3, 2014

Updated List of A-1 Concrete Leveling Locations from 2014 Meeting

Completed List of A-1 Concrete Leveling Franchise Locations from 2014 A-1 Concrete Leveling 2014 national meeting!!!

o    Denver North
o    Denver South
o    Ft Collins
·         Georgia
o    Atlanta
·         Iowa
o    Des Moines
·         Illinois
o    Chicago West
o    Maryville
·         Indiana
o    Anderson
o    Evansville
o    Ft Wayne
o    Greenwood
o    Muncie
o    South Bend
·         Kansas
o    Kansas City
·         Kentucky
o    Lexington
o    Louisville
o    Western KY
·         Maryland
o    Maryland
·         Michigan
o    Ann Arbor
o    Detroit
o    Flint
o    Lansing
o    Oakland
·         Minnesota
o    Minneapolis
·         Missouri
o    Kansas City
o    St Louis
·         North Carolina
·         New York
o    Buffalo
·         Ohio
o    Akron
o    Canton
o    Cincinnati
o    Columbus
o    Dayton
o    Defiance
o    Mansfield
o    Toledo

o    Youngstown