Serving NJ, NYC, Jersey City, Edison, Staten Island
This Elmer homeowner had sinking concrete slabs on his patio and outside the entryway to his basement doors. He called Quality 1st to discuss his options on whether to replace the slabs or not. The Design Specialist recommended the PolyLEVEL System; high-destiny polymers that raise the slabs back to be level.
Marlton homeowner had a termite problem in his crawl space. He contacted an exterminator who also pointed out that he had mold in the crawl space and should have it encapsulate to prevent further mold growth. Quality 1st Basement Systems installed CleanSpace crawl space encapsulation system and a SaniDry crawl space dehumidifier to stop the moisture which will prevent further mold growth! We also insulated the foundation walls of the crawl space which will help keep it warmer in the winter and therefore reducing the amount of energy the homeowner will need in the rooms above.
Clayton, NJ homeowner contacted Quality 1st Basement Systems for an estimate on lifting and leveling the sidewalk at the end of the driveway. System Design Specialist, Maurice Robinson, recommended PolyLevel, for it would raise the concrete slab back to level and remove the tripping hazard at the end of the driveway. The crew was able to permanently lift and stabilize the concrete by injecting PolyLevel underneath the slab. After the injection, PolyLevel begins to expand and harden raising the slab back to its original state.
This Sewell, NJ homeowner was experiencing sinking slabs around their pool area. Since they were getting ready to close their pool in a few short weeks, they decided to wait before replacing the slabs. A few days later they noticed one of Quality 1st Basement Systems Concrete Lifting & Leveling trucks in their neighborhood and decided to call for a free estimate.
System Design Specialist, Jeff Pitek, went out to meet with the homeowners and inspect the slab area. Jeff recommended PolyLevel for it would lift and level the slabs. The homeowner's biggest concern was that if they replaced the sinking slabs, the concrete would no longer match the old. Since PolyLevel simply raises the existing slab, they knew this was the exact solution they were looking for!
The Sewell, NJ homeowners were thrilled that they were able to close their pool just hours after the installation was complete.
A customer in Washington Township, NJ contacted Quality 1st Basements for a solution to their sinking concrete driveway. Quality 1st used Polyurethane foam known as PolyLevel to fill the void below each of the slabs, raising them back to level. Polylevel is a state- of- the- art approach to repairing sinking concrete. Rather then injecting mud or cement under the slab, we inject high- density, lightweight, structural- grade polymers to lift, level and stabilize. Once the driveway was raised, the team sealed the joints with NexusPro joint sealant to prevent cracking and crumbling in the future.