Step & Stair Repair

Our stair & step repair methods are a cost-effective way to improve the looks and the value of your property. Coastal Lift & Level has the expertise to carry out your concrete porch repair project from the beginning stages to completion.

If you are looking to have a commercial concrete stair repaired, our team offers off-hours service so we can complete the repair without interrupting your regular business hours.

Our residential repair services can also help increase the curb appeal and safety of your property. If you are looking to sell your home safety is even more important.

We will explain to you exactly how the job will proceed so that you will have confidence in our services and know what to expect. We treat our customers like family. If you're not happy, then we're not happy. Your trust is important to us.  Contact Us!

Grand set of stairs with woman dressed in red starting up. We perform stair repair to make this possible.
Cost Effective

cost effective

Concrete raising is typically about half the cost of replacing the same concrete. Ultimately, the cost of raising or stabilizing concrete is a direct reflection of how much leveling material the project will require.

Time is Efficiency

time

Ready to use immediately! You can drive on, walk on, and play on it the same day!

clean work environment

clean work environment

No concrete or grout splatter and no wash down needed. No heavy equipment will drive through your lawn and disrupt your landscape.

smaller holes

smaller holes

Polyurethane concrete raising drills a nearly invisible 5/8 inch hole and the process calls for considerably fewer holes than traditional mudjacking. Minimal patchwork is needed.

lightweight

lightweight

This material will never lose its density, is permanent, and weighs only 2 lbs per cubic foot. Compared to traditional of Mudjacking material, which weighs on average 100 lbs per cubic foot.

Green

Green

HMI foam is the top-of-the-line eco friendly material. Every time concrete is raised, we are saving concrete slabs from landfills by raising vs. replacing concrete.