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Save Up To 1/3 The Cost Of Replacing Concrete With State-of-the-Art Concrete Leveling

Detroit Concrete Leveling uses only 100% limestone to fill under your recessed concrete. Most other companies use dirt or topsoil which rapidly deteriorates and washes away.

Over the years DCL has proudly built-up its reputation on the high principles of top-quality workmanship, saving customers money, and delivering 100% satisfaction to the Metro Detroit community since 1977.

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At Detroit Concrete Leveling, we can also assist with foundation repair solutions. If you see cracks or unevenness in floors and walls, call us immediately before more problems arise.

We will help you navigate through your foundation repair process whether you need a quick fix or a full-scale foundation raising. Our experts use American Made Steel from Magnum Piering and we strive to return your home to its original appearance.

Call us today at (866) 472-9033 to get a free quote!

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This family owned and operated concrete leveling company uses state-of-the-art techniques that guarantee to properly restore your driveways, walkways, and concrete slabs for years to come at 1/3 the cost of replacing your original concrete. Concrete leveling is a simple procedure that corrects your uneven concrete surfaces by repairing the foundation underneath.

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