The quaint village of Kinmount is known for its friendly, tight-knit community-based values. Retail stores in remote small hamlets such as Kinmount are not just convenient but essential for residents. In the winter months, their quality of life heavily depends on them being open for business. This realtor in the village of Kinmount, located on the northwest tip of the municipality of Trent Lakes, Ontario, had plans to sell their commercial storefront property, but they realized that the entire foundational structure of the building was heaving and shifting, making them uncomfortable to sell until it was taken care of. The shifting concrete problem was getting so severe that the store's interior was starting to show signs of damage as large cracks formed as the floor pushed upwards. Ugly and unsafe for use, this issue had to be fixed quickly and done right.
Project Manager Matt McCullough first met with the customer, discussing their issues and concerns. After identifying what needed to be done and thoroughly explaining it to the customer, Canadian Concrete Leveling and their team of specialists began the installation process. Matt chose PolyLevel® to tackle this specific issue. The foreman first drilled tiny, penny-sized holes into the floor, and then he injected our unique polyurethane material. This robust material fills in all the gaps and voids underneath the concrete, eventually bringing it back to safe level grade, where it will stay for decades. The customer was now free to sell or renovate the property with relative ease, knowing that the building, floor, and even the parking lot were safe and secure and will stay that way.