A home in Wellesley, Ontario, had a couple of sinking spots. One being the garage threshold and another being the doorsill on the side entryway. The concrete driveway started sinking, causing a lip just before entering the garage. The lip made it challenging for the homeowners to drive in and out of the garage. Going in caused thecae to stop, and once more gas was given, the car would then jolt forward out of control into the garage. Leaving would cause the vehicle to increase speed out of the garage, which can be difficult in winter. Moving to the side entrance, the concrete just outside the doorsill had lowered, leaving a larger step coming into the garage and a tripping hazard for the darker hours of the day. Coming out of the garage is just the same, not necessarily a tripping hazard, but a bigger step-down, which can cause imbalance.
Canadian Concrete Leveling was called to fix the solution at a costly rate permanently and not have to replace the whole driveway or side walkway. Our Project Manager Andy Moncrieff came to the home to see what needed to be done. He wanted to use our PolyLevel high-density polyurethane at the lowest points to lift the concrete to its original position. The following day, our Installation Specialist Kyle McKeown proceeded with the PolyLevel®, which only took under fifteen minutes to set up, inject the polyurethane, cure, and clean up, making the homeowners happy with the overall service.