Residential Case Studies: Hazardous Garage
There is nothing better than coming home after a long day of work, driving up the driveway, tucking your car away into the garage effortlessly, and heading into your house for dinner. Seems nostalgic, right? Now imagine coming home, going to your garage and thumping on the way inside. Picture this; you head out of your car and into the house. You trip on a threshold that connects the garage to the driveway and notice recession, causing a lip to form! Unfortunately, this happened to our new client in Sarnia, Ontario. Over time and poorly laid concrete made the driveway start to sink.
Project Manager Andy Moncrieff was quick to the scene when he heard about the hazardous driveway in Sarnia. Andy had Installation team Kyle and Aiden McKeown use our PolyLevel® raise to the driveway to level out the threshold for a seamless entry and avoid tripping and fallowing hazards for the old folk that visit the home. With little to no disruption to the house and the quick curing, the PolyLevel® adjusted the concrete to a great height. Another beautiful looking home in Sarnia!
Before. The concrete slab is sinking more on the left side which invites more tripping hazards towards the middle.
Before. The second door is sinking to the right as well which introduces more hazards toward the front walkway.
After. A seamless finish by Polylevel®.
After. Side profile of the phenomenal work.