Foundation Repair and Concrete Lifting Company in Davis County, UT
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Services We Offer
Long-lasting piering services for residential and commercial properties.
Shifts in the ground can slowly compromise your foundation – and the rest of your home. Poly-Lift partners with Magnum Piering to deliver the best push piering and helical piling solutions in the industry. Regardless of what your foundation looks like, we’ll get it back where it needs to be.
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Please request a FREE estimate and we will reach out to you to discover the best concrete or foundation lifting solution for your needs.
Poly-Lift is well known in Davis county for getting jobs done right the first time. Whether it’s piering, piling, concrete raising, or sealing, each project is planned and executed with keen attention to both durability and aesthetics.
Serving the Proud People of Davis County, UT
The team at Poly-Lift is dedicated to helping Davis County’s business and home owners get peace of mind in their foundations. Have a piering, piling, sealing, or lifting project? We’ve got you covered.
About Davis County
Named after Daniel C Davis – a captain in the Mormon Batallion – Davis County was defined by the provisional State of Deseret on October 5th, 1850. This act designated Farmington as a state seat due to the location between the Weber River and the Jordan River. The advent of the Utah Central Rail Road in 1870 created an economical transition and surge in banking, commerce, water systems, and electrification.
The Hill Air Force Base led to a big surge in civilian employment after World War Two, helping the county double in size.
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, you can continue to live in your home while the foundation is being repaired.
Push piers or Helical piers are the best methods for lifting and repairing settled foundations.
They are driven to a depth where they reach solid bedrock they become a permenant foundation.
They are permenant and will last the lifetime of the structure.
We recommend sealing your concrete if you live in a climate that freezes.