Pool Deck Repair

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Pool Deck Repair

Discovering that the concrete around your pool is settled and uneven has a way of casting clouds over a sunny day. Protruding concrete edges from sinking concrete create dangerous tripping hazards that can diminish your enjoyment of your pool.

When you find sinking or settling concrete around your pool, you need foundation specialists you can depend on. The foundation experts at Regional Foundation & Crawl Space Repair have the knowledge and tools to repair your pool deck permanently.

With the lifting and leveling properties of the PolyLevel® system, we can quickly restore your pool’s concrete, and we can do it for less money than other options. This speed and value make PolyLevel® a better option than pool deck resurfacing.

If you’re having concrete issues with your pool deck, contact Regional Foundation & Crawl Space Repair, and one of our experts will inspect your pool deck today. We are proud to serve Durham, Raleigh, Greenville, Fayetteville, and surrounding areas throughout North Carolina.

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What Causes a Sinking Concrete Pool Deck?

You can most likely find the problems with your sinking pool deck in the soil surrounding your pool. When pools are first constructed, the space needs to be excavated to make room for the construction.

Once the main pool is in place, backfill soil is added around the outsides. This backfill soil isn’t as dense or as well-compacted as hard-packed earth that’s been undisturbed for extended periods of time.

When the concrete was poured for your deck, the contractors most likely poured it on loose backfill soil. The heavyweight of the concrete will force the earth to compress, pushing the ground down. As the soil compresses, the concrete sinks and settles with it.

Restore Your Pool Deck With PolyLevel®

With PolyLevel®, our foundation experts can bore small holes in the settled sections of your concrete and inject high-density polyurethane foam underneath. This foam quickly expands and lifts your concrete until it is level once again.