Insurance brokers know better than anyone the severity of a tripping hazard at a business. They deal with these types of claims every day, so they understand the issues that can come from uneven concrete.
A general contractor in Burlington, Ontario, had recently remodelled his insurance broker’s office. The broker had been dealing with a tripping hazard caused by settled concrete that he wanted dealt with.
The contractor reached out to Canadian Concrete Leveling looking for a solution and met with Project Manager Paul Mendell. Paul showed them our techniques and solutions, and a date was set for the repair.
Foreman Kyle McKeown used our PolyLevel® high-density polyurethane to lift the concrete back to its former grade. PolyLevel® takes minutes to cure, and the concrete can even be walked on the same day as the installation.
The owner is extremely happy with the work performed. His customers no longer worry about tripping, and the work didn’t interfere with his business. The contractor was also very impressed with the work done by Canadian Concrete Leveling.
Having a large family means people of all ages and sizes coming into your home. It could be your young cousins coming to visit or elderly grandparents, but either way, we do what we can to make our home inviting and safe for them.
A customer in Oakville, Ontario, was dealing with sinking front concrete steps. The way it looked didn’t bother him, but he was concerned someone would trip and fall at some point. Each winter, snow and water would pool in the spot as well, turning part of his front walkway into a skating rink. Rather than waiting for someone to hurt themselves, he decided to call Canadian Concrete Leveling.
Project Manager Kyle O’Brien met with the customer and inspected his front walkway. Kyle explained how our PolyLevel® and NexusPro® Systems work, and the customer was excited to book a date for the repair.
PolyLevel® is made from two polymers that combine to form a high-density polyurethane. When the mixture is injected below the concrete, it expands, compressing fill soils and lifting the slab. PolyLevel® weighs less than 10% of other lifting methods and cures in 15 minutes rather than 24 hours.
NexusPro® is a flexible, waterproof sealant that keeps moisture and debris out of concrete cracks and seams. NexusPro® is UV resistant and cures in only an hour.
Foreman Kyle McKeown started by drilling dime-sized holes in the concrete surface to use as injection ports. After lifting the concrete with our high-density polyurethane, the holes were patched with fresh concrete.
The customer is very happy that everything was so non-invasive and efficient. He was pleasantly surprised that he could use the area the same day and has peace of mind knowing safety is no longer a concern.
A concrete patio in Oakville ON was sinking and started to slope towards the foundation of our customer’s house. The homeowner was worried that water might start leaking into the basement.
The customer called Canadian Concrete Leveling for advice and to book an appointment. Our Project Manager suggested our patented PolyLevel Injection System. Our expert installation team used polyurethane to fill the voids under the concrete patio and used NexusPro Joint Sealant to seal cracks.
Our customer was so relieved that our team was able to lift and stabilize the patio successfully and in such a short amount of time. They also have peace of mind knowing water will not leak into their house.
This homeowner's front entrance and driveway needed a lift after years of normal wear and tear to their home, so they called Clarke Basement Systems to help solve the issue. We sent out one of our inspectors, Paul Mendell to take a look at their home and he made incredible recommendations.
We were able to lift the concrete slabs back to its original height using our PolyLevel® Injection and also match up the adjoining walkway and two driveway slabs. Once the lift and void fill was complete, we finished off the project by neatly sealing all treated areas with Nexus Pro® Sealant.
Our customer's concrete had settled so much causing the stairs to separate. They were worried that this would be a significant safety concern. To lift and stabilize the sinking concrete, our team injected Polyurethane that expands and compresses loose soils. The steps are back at their original height and no longer pose a tripping hazard.