Increase the Safety and Appearance of Your Concrete Surfaces

Trip hazard removal will help you comply with ADA standards and avoid trip and fall accident liability. Trip hazards are typically found in sidewalks or patios where concrete may have shifted. Iowa Wall Sawing cuts the concrete trip hazard to create a smooth lip and fixes uneven surfaces. Any concrete surface with more than a half of inch between joints or cracks is considered a potential trip hazard.

Make your sidewalks safe and eliminate trip and fall hazards, saving you money in the long run.


Complete the Polylift Checklist To Get Your Project Started Today!
Note: Polylift repairs can shift existing concrete and additional cracks may appear.

Polylift Checklist

Customer Information

Billing Address *
Billing Address
Site Address *
Site Address

Lifting Information

Type of Lifting Needed *
Structure To Be Lifted *
Type of Steps *
Is Patio Stamped? *
Approximate Lift Amount *
Width of Driveway *
Width of Sidewalk *
Approximate Size of Area To Be Lifted (Length + Width) *
Will Area Need To Be Caulked?

Additional Site Information and Pictures

Helpful info regarding problem area - Please provide pictures.

Are there cracks? If so, where are they located?
Please provide pictures of cracks at 5' and 20' distance

Cracks can affect our ability to lift slabs; SEE WAIVER 1: A-D

***Please note if this is a garage floor that has no exterior footings; this process WILL NOT work for you***

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Disclaimer and Acknowledgement

Iowa Wall Sawing, Inc. ("IWS") provides concrete lifting by injecting structural polyurethane foam underneath sunken concrete ("Polylift").

    In consideration of IWS performing Polylift, Customer, for themselves, their heirs, personal representatives or assigns, do hereby release, waive, discharge, and covenant not to sue IWS, its officers, employees, and agents from liability from any and all claims including the negligence of IWS, its officers, employees and agents, resulting in personal injury, accidents, or illnesses and property loss arising from, but not limited to, use of the Polylift, and the following:
      Lifted concrete may resettle at any time following the work performed by IWS, and IWS makes no guarantee as to the length of time the concrete will remain lifted. Notwithstanding the foregoing, IWS does guarantee no settling of the lifted concrete for a limited period of thirty (30) days from the date of the work performed.
      Lifting concrete may cause the existing concrete to crack or fracture, and IWS makes no guarantee as to cracking or fracturing of the lifted concrete or concrete adjacent thereto.
    3. NON-LIFT
      In some cases concrete cannot be lifted due to a number of different factors. In these instances, Customer remains liable for costs of services and materials provided to Customer by IWS.
      In some Non-Lift cases and others involving extensive voids or cavities in the subsoil underneath the concrete, additional material will be required to fill said void or cavity in attempt to lift or actual lifting of the concrete. In the event excessive material is required to fill the void, Customer remains responsible for costs of additional materials provided by IWS upon approval of the Customer to proceed with procurement and installation of additional materials.
    If IWS is required to resort to collection proceedings to recover any amounts from Customer, IWS shall be entitled to recover any and all collection costs, including but not limited to attorneys' fees incurred.
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