Matt has a background in Environmental Science and Physical Geography. He has worked in the field of polyurethane grouting for over 20 years where his career has taken him across Canada and into the Arctic on various projects. He enjoys the challenge of business development and working with industry connections to provide quick, cost-effective solutions for all challenges presented to him. In his spare time, he enjoys cottaging and alpine skiing.
In the world of home repairs, a lot can change when you start tearing things apart. What begins as one repair can quickly turn into a larger job.
A customer in Etobicoke, Ontario, tore up his driveway to have a new one poured when a neighbor pointed out that his side walkway looked sloped. Upon inspection, he realized the entire path had tilted towards the foundation. He wanted the pathway repaired before his new driveway was installed, so he reached out to Canadian Concrete Leveling.
Director of Sales Matt McCullough inspected the walkway and explained how voids beneath the surface cause concrete slabs to sink. Then, he showed the customer a video explaining our PolyLevel® System, which uses expanding polyurethane to lift sinking concrete.
Our Production Department was able to squeeze the job in as soon as possible to stay on track for the driveway installation. Foreman Bill McKeown drilled dime-sized holes in the concrete to use as injection ports. Our 300-ft hose allows us to reach anywhere around a customer’s home without the use of heavy equipment. As the two polymers eject from the hose, they mix, creating an expansion that fills any voids below.
The customer is blown away with the entire process and service received from Canadian Concrete Leveling and wouldn’t hesitate to recommend us to friends and family.
When you buy a new-to-you home, there are almost always a few minor quirks to work out. Sometimes you can tackle these projects yourself, but often it takes a professional service to get the job done right.
A customer in Oakville, Ontario, had just moved into a new home when she realized the front step was sinking. Not only was she worried about tripping, but a blue foam pad was showing through the seam.
Project Manager Matt McCullough met with the homeowner and inspected the front steps. The customer wasn’t in a rush but was looking forward to seeing it repaired. Matt explained how our PolyLevel® System uses expanding polyurethane injections to lift concrete, while our NexusPro® Sealant would keep out water.
Foreman Kyle McKeown injected the polyurethane through dime-sized holes, lifting the step and filling any voids below. Next, he sealed the crack with our color-matched sealant, keeping out water while resisting UV rays.
The homeowner and her husband are happy with the work done by Canadian Concrete Leveling. They appreciate the cleanliness of work from Kyle and the service provided by Matt.