A hot tub used to sit on top of these slabs and the weight took a toll on the concrete
Bill & Aidan were able to fill the voids caused by the hot tub and lift the slabs back to an even grade
Water was constantly pooling in this area of the driveway
With the concrete lifted the water now flows into the grass like it should
Cars driving over the seam where the driveway meets the garage it was causing the slabs to sink
We leveled the driveway and brought it to grade with the garage floor
The customer had a cold room below her front porch and she was concerned water was going to seep down
We prevented the risk of water seepage while also removing the tripping hazard
These dime-sized holes are used to inject the polyurethane before being resealed with fresh concrete
We back up our truck as close as we can to the job site and let our hose go from there
When we see a needed repair at our home, we have every intention to deal with it. Next thing you know, life gets in the way, and the problem gets worse.
A customer in Brampton, Ontario, had a sinking concrete issue she wanted dealt with. She had noticed the issue the year prior but didn’t get a chance to get to it right away, and the problem got worse. She met with Project Manager Paul Mendell, and Paul inspected her property. Paul found numerous tripping hazards, and a date was set for the repair.
Foreman Bill McKeown and Installation Specialist Aidan McKeown completed the repair in only a matter of hours. Aidan drilled dime-sized holes in the concrete while Bill used our PolyLevel® solution to lift the slabs back to an even grade.
The customer is very happy that we were able to get rid of all of her tripping hazards. She didn’t think everything could be repaired, so she was pleasantly surprised by our ability to fix the concrete without redoing it.