Joe is a 23-year resident of the GTA who brings 20 years of customer service and sales experience to Canadian Concrete Leveling. Prior to joining our team, he worked as a Building Consultant selling Pre-Engineered Steel Buildings.
As an outgoing and positive person, Joe enjoys meeting new people. Since Canadian Concrete Leveling is a WOW service company, he takes the time to assure your home concrete concerns are met with practical recovery solutions. His impressive work ethic coupled with his confidence has repeatedly encouraged customers to recommend him to other homeowners!
In his spare time, Joe tries to spend as much time in the great outdoors as often as possible and has a passion for the water.
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Front walkways and entryways are one of the most used areas in our home. So, when something goes wrong with these spots, it’s hard to ignore.
A customer in Mississauga, Ontario, had a concrete front step that had sunk significantly. The step had turned into a tripping hazard, and the homeowner wanted it dealt with before someone got hurt.
He reached out to Canadian Concrete Leveling and met with Project Manager Joe McColl to review his options before a date was set for the repair. Foreman Kyle McKeown drilled holes in the top of the step and injected our PolyLevel® polyurethane beneath the concrete slab to lift it. To finish the job, he patched the drill holes with fresh concrete.
The customer is very pleased that their tripping hazard is gone for good. They can now use their front steps without worrying about anyone getting hurt.
This pool deck had very dangerous trip hazards that were making a fun summer, not so fun.
When the homeowners decided to repair the pool deck, they contacted Canadian Concrete Leveling to the rescue.
Project Manager, Joe McColl, inspected the home and established that PolyLevel® and NexusPro™ would be needed to repair the pool deck.
Once the plan was in place, Installation Foreman, Bill McKeown, and his production team went to the home to complete the job.
Now, the homeowners are happy and excited to get back to having the best summer ever!
Garages are used for more than just vehicles. They make a great storage room, man cave, or even a small workshop. Concrete floors and walls make it easy to clean and maintain, but sinking slabs and weak soils can turn your garage workshop into a tripping hazard.
A customer in Mississauga, Ontario, started to notice the concrete floor in his garage was cracking. When he investigated further, he also saw the concrete had settled. Not knowing what to do next, he reached out to Canadian Concrete Leveling and met with Project Manager Joe McColl.
Joe showed the homeowner our unique concrete lifting process, and a date was set for the repairs. Foreman Bill McKeown drilled several dime-sized holes in the slab before injecting our high-density polyurethane. He lifted the concrete back to its former level, ensuring an even lift across the floor.
The customer is thrilled that his garage is repaired. He can safely use the space again, and he didn’t have to tear up the entire floor.
When concrete deals with pressure, it typically cracks. This can happen for a number of reasons, but a common one is when the concrete sinks.
In Mississauga, Ontario, a customer was tired of dealing with cracked and uneven concrete outside of her home. The problem was getting worse each year, so she decided to call Canadian Concrete Leveling.
Project Manager Joe McColl met with the homeowner and inspected her walkway. Joe showed her our solution, and she was happy to hear ripping out the concrete wasn’t involved.
Foreman Kyle McKeown used our PolyLevel® system to lift and level the concrete. A high-density polyurethane was injected beneath the slab, compressing the fill soils while lifting the concrete. This process can be installed in a matter of hours and takes only 15 minutes to cure.
With her concrete repaired and tripping hazards removed, the homeowner is very happy. She is pleased with the work done and loves how efficient and thorough Bill was with his work.
Our client was worried about their home being a trip hazard for their family and friends. Their stairs were sinking, which caused a gap in between the steps.
When they decided to have this trip hazard removed, they called Canadian Concrete Leveling for their free estimate.
Project Manager, Joe McColl, inspected the area and concluded that a PolyLevel® Installation would be needed to remove the trip hazard on the stairs.
Once we had a plan, Kyle McKeown and his crew got to work! They installed PolyLevel® to raise and level the steps.
Now, the homeowners no longer have to worry about the trip hazard and can have their friends and family over all the time.
Winter is a hazardous time for many of us. Icy roads and walkways, snow falling off of roofs, and freezing temperatures – all of these conditions can be risky, so we do what we can to keep things safe.
A customer in Mississauga, Ontario, was dealing with a sinking front step. The concrete had settled significantly, leading to an impression in the ground where water was pooling. The client was tired of slipping on the frozen pool each winter, so he decided to reach out to Canadian Concrete Leveling.
Project Manager Joe McColl met with the customer and inspected his front walkway. Joe determined that a gap beneath the concrete caused the slab to sink. Joe explained to the customer how voids form and how our PolyLevel® System can fill them. PolyLevel® is a mixture of polymers that expands beneath the concrete. As the polyurethane expands, it lifts the slab while filling any cavities beneath the concrete.
Project Manager Bill McKeown started the repair by drilling dime-sized holes in the concrete surface. He used these holes to inject our high-density polyurethane. Once the slab was lifted, Bill sealed the seam with our NexusPro® Sealant System. NexusPro® provides a UV-resistant, watertight seal that keeps water out for years to come.
The customer is very happy with the job done by the entire Canadian Concrete Leveling team. He appreciates how upfront and honest Joe was and Bill’s timeliness and hard work.
Everything in our home is connected, even if it doesn’t seem like it. What happens to our roof affects the yard, and what happens upstairs can have an impact downstairs.
In Mississauga, Ontario, a couple noticed one corner of their garage floor was at a different height from the rest of the space. They were still able to use the parking area, but they were concerned about water seeping down to their foundation.
After seeing one of our bus shelter ads, the homeowners decided to give us a call and met with Project Manager Joe McColl. Joe explained why concrete fails, and showed them how our PolyLevel® System could correct it.
Foreman Bill McKeown started the repair by drilling dime-sized holes in the garage floor. He used these holes as injection ports for our high-density polyurethane, PolyLevel®. Once injected, the solution expands, lifting the concrete and compressing soils below. This process brings the floor back to an even grade while stabilizing the ground below. Once the repair was complete, Bill patched the holes with fresh concrete.
The couple is happy that their garage is repaired. They don’t need to worry about water seepage into their basement, and they were thrilled that the work only took a matter of hours.
The front of your home leaves a lasting impression in the minds of visitors. It’s the first thing people see when they come to visit, and it’s also the first thing possible buyers see during a showing.
A customer in Toronto, Ontario, was having trouble with their front walkway. Poor soil had caused the slabs to sink and shift, creating a tripping hazard and causing an unsightly scene. They were concerned water may even make its way into the house, so they reached out to Canadian Concrete Leveling.
Project Manager Joe McColl met with the customers and inspected their walkway. He introduced them to our PolyLevel® system, and a date was set for the repair.
Foreman Kyle McKeown worked hard installing our high-density polyurethane in a number of spots to lift and level the slabs. He also ensured that the walkway drained away from the home’s foundation, preventing water from possibly entering the house.
The customer is happy that his walkway is leveled, and his tripping hazard is gone. His home has a welcoming front entrance once again, and the risk of water seepage has been eliminated.
When company comes to your home, you shouldn’t have to worry whether they can make it to your front door safely.
But for a customer in Toronto, Ontario, this is what he dealt with every time someone came to the door. A large portion of his front walkway was sinking, creating a dangerous tripping hazard. He knew something had to be done but didn’t want to spend thousands on a new walkway.
After reaching out to Canadian Concrete Leveling, he met with Project Manager Joe McColl. The customer was pleasantly surprised to hear that we had a solution for repairing the concrete without any excavating.
Joe showed him a video of our PolyLevel® System in action. The customer watched how our unique solution lifts concrete using high-density polyurethane injections. The demo piqued his curiosity. He started looking forward to the installation date so he could see the product firsthand.
Foreman Kyle McKeown started by drilling dime-sized holes in the concrete surface to use as injection ports. As the polyurethane is injected it expands, lifting the concrete and compressing fill soils below. To finish the job Kyle patched the holes with fresh concrete.
The customer is still blown away by the simplicity and efficiency of the process. His walkway is finally safe, and he was able to repair it for a fraction of the cost he thought he’d have to endure.
Sometimes, we repair things solely for aesthetic reasons. The way something looks is important to us, so we pay the extra money to preserve its experience.
In Toronto, Ontario, a building manager has a decorative concrete sidewalk that sits between two traditional walkways. The concrete has historical importance to the building, so the customer needed a non-invasive company to repair the section.
After discovering Canadian Concrete Leveling, he met with Project Manager Joe McColl. Joe showed him how our PolyLevel® System could lift the decorative slabs without compromising the historical integrity. The client was blown away by how our system worked and was looking forward to seeing it in action for himself.
Foreman Kyle McKeown and Installation Specialist Mark Sealy started the repair by drilling dime-sized holes in the concrete's base portion, avoiding the historical sections. The crew injected PolyLevel® through these holes, lifting the concrete slab and compressing fill materials below. Once the repair was done, Kyle and Mark patched the injection ports with fresh concrete.
The building manager and his tenants appreciate the hard work and special care from the Canadian Concrete Leveling team. The concrete is stabilized with no tripping hazards, and the historical concrete looks better than ever.
No one wants a sinking walkway. It doesn't look good, and they open up the risk of someone tripping.
A customer in Toronto, Ontario, called Canadian Concrete Leveling to deal with her sinking front walkway. The section of concrete from her front door to her driveway had settled several inches, and she was tired of living with it.
Project Manager Joe McColl inspected the concrete and showed the customer how we could repair the slabs with our PolyLevel® solution. She was happy to see how non-invasive it would be, and a date was booked for the repair.
Foreman Bill McKeown used dime-sized holes to inject our high-density polyurethane beneath the concrete. Once injected, PolyLevel® expands to lift the slab and compress any loose fill soils below. To finish the repair, Bill patched the holes with fresh concrete.
The customer is thrilled with the work done by CCL. She's happy knowing her home is safe, and she saved thousands of dollars, not removing the concrete.
Taking care of our home year-round is crucial in preventing possible structural issues or hazards down the road. No matter what the case is, we must fix any issues sooner rather than later.
A customer in Etobicoke, Ontario, did just that when they reached out to Canadian Concrete Leveling. There was a large gap between their concrete walkway and foundation, allowing water to enter. The concrete step into their house had also settled close to three inches.
Project Manager Joe McColl went to the customer’s home and inspected the property. He showed the customer our solutions, and a date was set for the repair.
Foreman Bill McKeown used our PolyLevel® polyurethane to lift the concrete step, eliminating the tripping hazard. Bill also used our NexusPro® Sealant to fix the gap between the concrete and the foundation.
The customer is happy and has peace of mind knowing their investment is protected.
We all have that one thing at our home that bothers us, and we’d love to fix. We see it every day, and sometimes we finally get around to dealing with it.
A customer in Thornhill, Ontario, gave us a call to level his front steps. He decided he finally wanted to get rid of the tripping hazard, and after meeting with Project Manager Joe McColl he was excited to have Foreman Kyle McKeown come out to repair his steps.
Kyle used dime-sized holes to inject our high-density polyurethane beneath the slabs. As the polyurethane is injected, it expands beneath the concrete, compressing the fill soils below and leveling the step simultaneously.
The customer is happy he decided to give us a call and deal with his pesky tripping hazard. He’s thrilled with how great it looks and wouldn’t hesitate to use Canadian Concrete Leveling again.
Garages have many uses, and they vary from person to person. Some use them for storage, while others go the more traditional route and keep their cars tucked away overnight. Regardless of their use, they typically deal with a lot of weight.
A customer in Etobicoke, Ontario, was dealing with a sinking garage floor. A void had formed beneath the concrete, and the weight of constant use was taking its toll. Concerned about having to redo the garage floor, the customer reached out to Canadian Concrete Leveling and met with Project Manager Joe McColl.
The homeowner was thrilled to hear from Joe that he wouldn’t need to excavate his garage floor. Instead, Joe showed him our PolyLevel® system and a date was set for a repair.
Foreman Kyle McKeown drilled dime-sized holes and injected our high-density polyurethane to lift the concrete walkway back to grade. Once the slabs were level, our NexusPro® Sealant was installed over any cracks and seams.
The homeowner is very happy with the way his driveway floor looks. He’s thrilled he didn’t have to excavate and is looking forward to many years of use.
Eliminating risks around your home is something we all try to do. Sometimes it’s an easy fix, but other times you need to bring in professional help.
A customer in Etobicoke, Ontario, was concerned about water entering their basement. A sinking concrete walkway allowed water to pool near his home’s foundation, so he called Canadian Concrete Leveling for a solution.
Project Manager Joe McColl was sent out to the customer’s home and completed a thorough inspection. He showed the homeowner our concrete lifting solution, and a date was set for the repair.
Foreman Kyle McKeown used dime-sized holes to inject our high-density polymer beneath the concrete slabs. This lifts the concrete back to the proper grade while compressing fill soils below, preventing the issue from returning.
The customer is pleased with the completed work and is delighted that he no longer needs to worry about improper drainage.
When you think of winter, it’s hard not to think about slippery walking conditions and the possible risks of icy walkways.
A customer in Toronto, Ontario, dealt with icy conditions all winter long outside of their house. Their concrete patio was sinking, causing water to pool next to the home’s foundation. The problem was only getting worse, so they reached out to Canadian Concrete Leveling.
Project Manager Joe McColl met with the homeowners and inspected their walkway. They were happy to hear about how we could repair their concrete, and a date was set for our crew to come out.
Foreman Kyle McKeown used dime-sized holes to inject our high-density polyurethane beneath the slabs to lift and level them. This process also compresses fill soils below, filling any voids and preventing the issue from returning.
The homeowners are delighted that water will no longer pool by their home, and they’re looking forward to a safe winter.
Seeing your garage floor fall apart is cause for concern. You instantly start picturing heavy equipment all over your front yard and the expensive bill that goes with new concrete.
A customer in Toronto, Ontario, had several large cracks in her garage floor. She knew he needed the concrete repaired but was hesitant about spending thousands of dollars on a brand-new floor. After hearing about Canadian Concrete Leveling online, the customer was excited to learn about an alternative solution.
Project Manager Joe McColl met with the homeowner and inspected the garage floor. Joe explained that cavities beneath the concrete could lead to sinking since the weight isn’t adequately supported. He showed the customer how our PolyLevel® System works through a demonstration video. He was excited for the repair to happen.
Foreman Kyle McKeown started the installation by drilling dime-sized holes in the concrete to use as injection ports. As PolyLevel® is installed, it expands beneath the floor to lift the sinking sections. The process compresses fill materials that support the floor to prevent the issue from returning.
The customer is delighted that she did some additional research and discovered Canadian Concrete Leveling. He saved thousands compared to pouring a new floor and enjoyed learning about our product.
Most homes have some sort of walkway that surrounds the house. It could be flagstone, gravel, or a more unique material, but traditionally they’re made from concrete slabs.
A customer in Toronto, Ontario, has a sinking path outside of his home. The concrete had settled towards the garage, creating a trip hazard. Water was also pooling next to the garage foundation, and the customer was worried about it seeping down.
The customer wanted the problem fixed but was growing tired of only seeing expensive and disruptive solutions. After meeting with Project Manager Joe McColl, he knew Canadian Concrete Leveling was the perfect option.
Foreman Bill McKeown started the repair by drilling dime-sized holes in the concrete surface. Through these ports he injected our high-density polyurethane system, PolyLevel®. The polymers mix when injected, expanding beneath the slab. As the concrete expands it lifts the concrete and fills any gaps below. Once Bill completed the lift, he patched the holes with fresh concrete.
The customer is delighted that he found an alternative solution to the costly options he first saw. He enjoyed watching Bill work and appreciates the honesty from Joe McColl.
A plaza manager has many behind-the-scenes tasks along with managing tenant and customer needs. They ensure everything is safe and in proper working order.
A building manager in Ajax, Ontario, received a few complaints from tenants about sinking concrete in front of the parking lot. The area became a tripping hazard and a troublesome spot for pooling water.
Project Manager Joe McColl inspected the concrete at the strip mall. Joe explained to the customer that voids under the slab make the concrete sink. The customer did not want to deal with the expensive hassle of new concrete and closing the stores for a few days.
To his delight, the manager learned he could leave the stores open during the installation and use the concrete later the same day. Joe explained how our PolyLevel® System repairs the concrete using high-density polyurethane injections. This solution is non-invasive – a 300-foot hose pumps polyurethane to voids under the concrete.
Foreman Bill McKeown started the repair by drilling dime-sized holes in the concrete surface. As he injects the polyurethane beneath the slabs, the concrete lifts back to grade level while compressing fill soils below. All spaces and cavities are filled fixing the concrete issues permanently.
The building manager truly appreciates how efficient the installation was executed. He didn’t need to close down the building, and his tenants are happy their customers can use a safe walkway.
Plazas are everywhere. We stop at them all the time to grab a coffee, stop at the dollar store, or even go to an appointment. The walkways here see a ton of foot traffic, so keeping them safe is crucial.
A customer in Oshawa, Ontario, owns a popular plaza. Recently, he started to notice one of the walkways was cracking and sinking. He was concerned about his customer’s safety, so he called Canadian Concrete Leveling and met with Project Manager Joe McColl.
Joe showed the customer our solutions, and a date was set for the repair. Foreman Kyle McKeown started by drilling several holes in the concrete slabs. He used these to inject our high-density polyurethane, PolyLevel®, to lift the concrete and fill any voids. Lastly, Kyle used our NexusPro® sealant to close any cracks, protecting them from the weather.
The customer is thrilled that his walkway is repaired. His customers are protected and can continue to use the plaza safely.
This walkway in Brampton was sunken and sloped, causing dangerous trip hazards around the home. When the homeowners decided to prevent any further damage and repair their walkway, they gave Canadian Concrete Leveling a call to solve the problem.
Our Project Manager, Joe McColl, assessed the situation concluded that the walkway would need a PolyLevel® injection and caulking to lift and repair the walkway. With a plan set, Kyle McKeown and his production team went to the home to start the job.
Once the PolyLevel® and caulking were installed, the homeowners were thrilled and relieved to have their walkway repaired and their problems solved.
The good ol’ garage. It’s where dads go to pretend to work, where teenagers start their first band, and where all the summer toys live in the winter. Garages deal with a lot, and after a while, it can take a toll.
In Burlington, Ontario, a customer reached out to Canadian Concrete Leveling to deal with sinking concrete. He was trying to avoid having a new garage floor poured, so he thought we were the perfect alternative.
After meeting with Project Manager Joe McColl, he realized he was right. Joe explained how our PolyLevel® System could lift the concrete using expanding polyurethane. Joe combined this with our NexusPro® Sealant System to keep out water and debris. The customer couldn’t have been happier.
Foreman Kyle McKeown used dime-sized holes in the concrete surface to inject our high-density polyurethane. As the polymers mix and expand, they lift the slab while filling any voids. Kyle used NexusPro® to seal the cracks and seams, providing a waterproof seal.
The customer can barely tell that we were even there. We left very little trace, and the job was completed in a matter of hours. Another happy Canadian Concrete Leveling customer!
A driveway is an integral part of your home and is used almost every day, so it’s not something you want to be tripping over.
A Thornhill, Ontario, customer gave us a call after noticing his driveway was sinking where it met the garage floor. He was concerned someone would trip and fall at some point, so after meeting with Project Manager Joe McColl he decided to bring us in to complete the repair.
Foreman Bill McKeown used our PolyLevel® solution to lift the concrete driveway back up to grade with the garage floor. He used dime-sized holes to inject our high-density polyurethane in various spots to slowly lift the slabs until they reached the proper grade.
With his tripping hazards gone, the customer is looking forward to using his driveway again. He’s impressed with how efficient our installation process was and appreciated the service he’s received.
As we get older, we have to take extra care to make sure our home is safe.
A customer in Woodbridge, Ontario, gave us a call after growing concerned with his concrete patio. He is an older gentleman, and a considerable tripping hazard had formed near his back steps. This was a dangerous tripping hazard year-round but was worse in the winter when water would pool and freeze.
Project Manager Joe McColl inspected the home, and a date was set for the repair. Foreman Kyle McKeown injected our PolyLevel® solution beneath the slab to lift the concrete back to an even grade, removing the tripping hazard.
The homeowner is thrilled with the work done. He thanks the entire CCL team and looks forward to using his back patio safely.
When you have company over, the last thing you want is for them to trip and fall before they even make it into your house.
A customer in Richmond Hill, Ontario, decided to call Canadian Concrete Leveling after hearing visitors' complaints about their front steps. The concrete was settling, which created a considerable trip hazard right in front of the main door.
Project Manager Joe McColl travelled to the home and inspected the front walkway. The step was sinking evenly, so Joe determined the cause was poor fill materials. As these soils erode and wash away over time, it makes room for the step to sink. Joe showed the customer a demonstration video of how our PolyLevel® System uses expanding polyurethane injections to lift the steps back to a safe grade.
Foreman Kyle McKeown started the repair by drilling dime-sized holes in the concrete surface. He used these holes as injection ports for our high-density polyurethane. Kyle carefully installed the solution while ensuring the steps lifted evenly. Once the repair was complete, Kyle patched the holes with fresh concrete.
The customer is happy his guests no longer complain every time they come over. His investment is protected, and he's comfortable knowing our solution comes with a warranty.
Our client had a sloping walkway and sinking stairs, and they wanted it fixed. They decided to call Canadian Concrete Leveling to solve the problem. Our Project Manager, Joe McColl, came up with the best solution for our clients that would repair the issues they had been having! He concluded that we would need to install PolyLevel® as well as Caulking to fix the walkway and stairs.
There are times when keeping our home safe requires extra help. We want to be able to repair everything ourselves. In most cases, doing it yourself is out of the question.
An elderly homeowner in Caledon, Ontario, realized her front steps were sinking. She was extremely worried the steps were becoming a dangerous trip hazard for her and visitors that would drop by. She knew she needed to call a professional company to fix the steps correctly but had no idea who to call.
After seeing one of our videos on Instagram, the homeowner decided to call Canadian Concrete Leveling. She met with Project Manager Joe McColl. He inspected the concrete steps and explained how our PolyLevel® System could lift and level them within a matter of a couple of hours. Feeling more at ease about finally getting the steps fixed, she got excited for the day the crew would arrive. She would be able to watch the work in progress!
Foreman Kyle McKeown drilled dime-sized holes in the bottom portion of the steps for the injection ports. As Kyle pumped our PolyLevel® product under the concrete, the homeowner watched the steps lift right in front of her eyes. Once the steps were level, Kyle patched the holes with fresh concrete.
The homeowner is thrilled the steps were safe to use again. She is so thankful for all of the hard work Joe and Kyle performed on her behalf. Watching the crew in action gave her complete peace of mind – she knew she wouldn’t have to worry about tripping on them anymore.
Pouring and installing a concrete patio can be a costly endeavor and something that you don’t want to have to repeat. When cracks or settling happens, it can be hard to figure out the next step.
A customer in Uxbridge, Ontario, had a beautiful backyard with a concrete slab patio. The concrete had settled, causing a large step to sink. Concerned about more future damage, the customer met with Project Manager Joe McColl. Joe inspected the step and backyard before a date was set for the repair.
Foreman Kyle McKeown and Installation Specialist Mark Sealy used our PolyLevel® System to lift the concrete step back to its original position. After the lift, the drill holes were filled with concrete, giving the step a finished look.
The customer is very happy that his step is in the correct position once again, and his investment is protected.
A garage is an excellent addition to a home, but like everything, they require maintenance and upkeep.
A customer in Uxbridge, Ontario, had a small garage connected to his backyard. A concrete patio led to the garage, but the slabs had settled over the years and created a tripping hazard.
The customer wanted to remedy the situation and reached out to Canadian Concrete Leveling. Project Manager Joe McColl showed the homeowner our methods, and he was thrilled to see our solution.
Foreman Kyle McKeown and Installation Specialist Mark Sealy drilled several dime-sized holes and injected our high-density polyurethane to lift and level the concrete. They pumped one hole at a time, giving the concrete an even, controlled lift.
The customer is happy that his concrete is level. He can safely walk into his garage without the threat of a tripping hazard.
Nature and the elements have a way of taking a toll on things. Wood, metal, and especially concrete, bear the brunt of everything Mother Nature throws at it.
A customer in Uxbridge, Ontario, was dealing with an uneven concrete step in their backyard. Poor soils below had shifted over the years, and now there was a tripping hazard where there shouldn't be.
The customer reached out to Canadian Concrete Leveling and met with Project Manager Joe McColl. Joe inspected the backyard and showed the customer our PolyLevel® System.
Foreman Kyle McKeown and Installation Specialist Mark Sealy drilled dime-sized holes through the top of the step and injected our high-density polyurethane to lift the concrete.
The customer is very satisfied with the work done. He doesn't have to worry about tripping, and the soils beneath his step have been stabilized.