Make your home a beautiful space inside and out. This home in Brampton looked dapper from the inside, but when the snow started melting, temperatures started rising, and people started to make their way to the patio, hazards struck. The back porch's step started to sink! Not only did the sinking action cause tripping hazards, but it was an eyesore too. The homeowners wanted to keep the clean look throughout the home, so they decided to call Canadian Concrete Leveling.
Canadian Concrete Leveling can keep your good-looking concrete intact while lifting it back to its original position. Since the homeowners already had great concrete work, there was no need to add more layers of concrete and jeopardize the look. From the owners doing the initial search to giving our call centre a call, we were able to send one of our Project Managers, Julio Soley, to check out the home firsthand. Once the estimate was given, Julio explained to the clients how the installation team would inject our polyurethane into the slab to lift it back. Later that week, our installation team, Bill and Aidan McKeown, arrived at the home to start the work. They followed Julio's schematics and knew exactly what to do. Bill began to drill small dime-sized holes into the lower points of the concrete to prepare them for the polyurethane injections. Once the holes were made, the holes were capped. The caps are meant for the PolyLevel® gun that will hook on securely so that once the poly is being injected, the gun stays in its place. Bill began injecting the holes and watched the concrete step lift almost right away. The lifting process baffled our clients, and Aidan was on standby to put the sealant between the joints. Our sealant referred to as NexusPro®, is waterproof, anti-cracking, and chemical resistant so that it will be long-lasting for many years. The process only took under an hour, and the clean-up was immaculate. The step looked a lot newer than before, leaving the homeowners comfortable knowing that no one will trip and the clean look it has now given off.