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Sha Chon is a central NJ native who has worked in the home improvement industry for several years. He started with the Quality 1st Basement Systems production department installing waterproofing systems and quickly became an expert on every product and service Quality 1st provides. Sha Chon now works as our Concrete Repair Manager bringing his love for customer service to each customer he meets. His intelligent and focused approach is second to none.
Concrete slabs settle when the soil underneath the slab is too wet, too dry or poorly compacted. It becomes weak and can no longer support the weight causing it to sink and settle. PolyLevel provides additional support underneath the slab.
The installation is clean and quick. The foam is injected underneath the concrete slab through a small penny size hole.
The front step of this home began to settle. The concrete slab in front of the lowest step had settled as well creating a small trip hazard. Our Concrete Lifting and Leveling Solution known as PolyLevel was injected beneath the sinking slab right by the steps to raise it back to level.
This homeowner from Harrison, NJ noticed three sinking slabs were settling in different directions in his driveway. Quality 1st Basements helped move the concrete slabs back into place with PolyLevel solution. This solution worked well for this homeowner because since PolyLevel solution hardens quickly, the driveway was useable in about 15 minutes!
A homeowner from Glassboro, NJ had sinking a sinking concrete pool deck. It was a trip hazard and needed to be repaired. Quality 1st Basements fixed the homeowner's concrete by injecting PolyLevel under the slab until it was back in place.
The sidewalk leading up to the stairs at this home in Newfield had settled, creating a large trip hazard. After hearing about PolyLevel on Facebook, the homeowner contacted Quality 1st Basements to inspect their concrete. A Concrete Repair Specialist headed out to the home and created a plan to raise the concrete. On the day of the installation, our team raised the slabs by injecting Polyurethane foam beneath them. Once the slabs were leveled, the team applied NexusPro Joint Sealant to seal off the area and prevent water and wind from eroding the soil beneath the slabs again. The area is now completely trip hazard free and safe for pedestrians.
This driveway located in Blackwood, NJ contacted Quality 1st Basement Systems for a free concrete estimate. The soil underneath the driveway was unable to support the weight of the slabs, therefore causing them to sink and settle. PolyLevel foam was able to lift and level the slab back to its original state, leaving the homeowner with an evenly level driveway entrance.
The homeowner living in Williamstown, NJ had a driveway that had sunk about three inches. Looking for a solution, the homeowner contacted Quality 1st Basement Systems. System Design Specialist, Maurice Robinson, examined the homeowner's driveway and recommended Polylevel to solve the problem. The Project Manager and his crew, injected PolyLevel into the homeowners driveway. The driveway was quickly raised, elevating the driveway and therefore removing the tripping hazard, leaving the homeowner satisfied.
Check out the amazing work done by PolyLevel Foreman, Iian and his team. Quality 1st Basements was able to lift this sinking porch area back to level using our Concrete Raising System, PolyLevel.
Quality 1st Basement Systems installed a SmartJack support system in this Haddonfield, NJ crawl space. The SmartJacks support the crawl space beams. Each SmartJack is custom fit to the crawl space height and is made with galvanized steel. The galvanized steel will never rust.
A homeowner in Berlin, NJ was tired of constantly worrying about the trip hazard on their front porch. The concrete beneath the slate had sunk over the years, creating a gap between the step and the porch. After deciding that they did not want to go through the process of replacing the entire porch, the homeowner contacted Quality 1st for a solution. Our Concrete Repair Specialist, Andy, inspected the area and determined that installing PolyLevel (our concrete lifting and leveling solution) would effectively remove the trip hazard. On the day of the installation, Ash and his team prepared the area and completed the installation. Once the installation was complete, the porch was level again and the homeowner no longer had to worry about anyone tripping while walking up to their home.
A concrete porch of a house in Berlin, NJ was experiencing sinking and settling concrete on one side of the patio. Quality 1st Basements came to the homeowner's aid and lifted the side that had sunk with PolyLevel solution. The PolyLevel foam is lightweight but strong enough to lift heavy concrete back up so that it is level.
This homeowner from Ocean View, NJ noticed that her driveway slab had sunk about 2 inches into the ground. Water began to pool in the sunken part of the concrete, creating further damage. The homeowner contacted Quality 1st Basements to lift and level the concrete slab with our PolyLevel solution. Once the slabs were level, the water was able to drain out into the street again.
A homeowner living in Moorestown noticed their sidewalk near their home had settled a few inches, which created a tripping hazard. The homeowner contacted Quality 1st Basements as they would offer the best solution to the homeowner's problem.
System Design Specialist, Tom Carrano, inspected the homeowner's sidewalk and recommended PolyLevel as it would easily raise each concrete slab of the sidewalk in a short amount of time. The Project Manager and his crew injected Polylevel into the sidewalk raising it back up. Polylevel is a clean installation, therefore no dust, grout overflow, or concrete splatter will occur
Now the homeowner is relieved that the tripping hazard has been removed thanks to Quality 1st Basements.
A homeowner in Mount Laurel was experiencing sinking slabs, causing an uneven walkway and were worried because it posed a safety hazard. Quality 1st used a technology called PolyLevel to lift and level the uneven slab. In a matter of minutes, the slab was back to its original state. PolyLevel is a quick and affordable way to fix a tripping hazard!
This pool deck in Mount Laurel, NJ was sinking and settling. A few slabs around the pool had sunk about four to five inches, and there were several trip hazards. The homeowners contacted Quality 1st Basements to make an appointment. Our PolyLevel solution was used to lift up the sunken slabs of concrete so they were level with the rest of the pool deck. Our NexusPro Joint Sealant was used to seal the cracks to keep water out.
To improve the safety of their property, this homeowner contacted Quality 1st to lift and level their sinking concrete. Our PolyLevel team raised the concrete by injecting polyurethane foam into penny sized holes drilled into the slab. Once the concrete was leveled, the joints were sealed and the installation was complete. The sidewalk is now trip hazard free and safe for the homeowner and those coming to visit their home.
A homeowner from Burlington, NJ was experiencing pool deck settlement in about 6 different places with each slab settling about 3 inches into the ground. This was dangerous, as the homeowner and his family could not predict where the unlevel slabs were and therefore could trip easily on the pool deck. Quality 1st Basements was able to help and injected PolyLevel beneath the settled slabs to lift and level the pool deck back to its original position.
This homeowner had a concrete slab in their backyard that was beginning to crack. In order to keep the concrete from shifting, our polylevel team sealed the cracks with NexusPro Joint Sealant. NexusPro is a silicone-based sealant for joints and cracks specially engineered to provide long-lasting flexibility and to stand up to harsh weather conditions. Unlike traditional polyurethane sealants, NexusPro resists UV rays, which means it won't crack, bubble or dry.
Check out the great work done by Concrete Foreman, Iian and his team. A homeowner reached out to us for a solution to the sinking concrete driveway they were experiencing. The apron of the driveway had settled causing small dips in the driveway. Every time a car pulled in or out it would hit the dip. The homeowner wanted the apron of the driveway lifted so that they would't have to worry about tripping over it or it settling even further.
Using PolyLevel Foam, Our Team led by Iian, raised the concrete back to level, removing the trip hazard and permanently stabilizing the concrete.
A sidewalk in the Brown Mills area of New Jersey had settled creating a small trip hazard. Quality 1st Basements drilled small holes into the sinking sidewalk. Using special equipment, Polyurethane foam known as PolyLevel is injected beneath the slab. The foam raises the concrete back towards its original position and then hardens to permanently stabilize it.
Trip hazard was removed and the sidewalk could be used just 15 minutes after raised.
A homeowner living in Hopewell, NJ contacted Quality 1st Basements when they started to see their pool slabs sinking. The slabs had sunk around 3 inches, making the pool area extremely uneven. Quality 1st injected PolyLevel underneath the sinking slabs, raising them back to level. The pool area was now stabilized and the homeowner could now close their pool for the winter.
A homeowner living in Hopewell, NJ had noticed that the concrete slabs surrounding their pools had settled about two inches. Looking for someone to help solve their problem, the homeowner contacted Quality 1st Basements. System Design Specialist, Jeffrey Pitek, examined the concrete slabs and proposed PolyLevel to fix the homeowner's problem. Project Manager, Sha Con Kasey, and his crew injected PolyLevel into the concrete slabs, leveling each one. The homeowner was amazed with the installation process and always recommends Quality 1st Basements!
A homeowner in Hopewell, New Jersey had 1-3 inches of sinking concrete around their pool and contacted Quality 1st for a solution. Our team used PolyLevel, a polyurethane foam that was injected into the concrete through small holes, to help lift it back to its original position. PolyLevel begins working within minutes and is a permanent solution for sinking and settling concrete. The homeowners do not have to worry about trip hazards around their pool this season!
A homeowner living in Flemington had concrete slabs on their patio that had sunk about three inches. Looking online for a solution, the homeowner found and contacted Quality 1st Basement Systems.
System Design Specialist, Jeffrey Pitek, examined the homeowner's patio and suggested PolyLevel. PolyLevel is both lightweight and won't result in mismatched concrete colors making it the perfect solution for patios. The Project Manager and his crew injected PolyLevel into the concrete slabs, evening it out the homeowner's patio.
With the concrete slabs raised, the homeowner could enjoy their patio.
A homeowner from West Windsor Township had noticed that their patio around their pool had sunken about one to two inches which created a tripping hazard. The homeowner contacted Quality 1st Basements, looking for someone to provide a solution to their concrete problems. System Design Specialist, Tom Carrano, examined the homeowner's patio and recommended PolyLevel. Polylevel is lightweight and won't wash out making it the perfect solution. The Project Manager and his crew injected PolyLevel into the sunken slabs, quickly raising them back to level. With the sunken slabs raised the homeowners could enjoy their patio and pool.
A loading dock behind a commercial building was sinking and settling. A large trip hazard formed due to the unevenness of the slabs. Our team was able to raise the slab back to level and within just 15 minutes the trucks were able to drive over the slab to enter and exit the loading dock.
Quality 1st was able to give the Volunteer Fire Company at Three Bridges a lift, when concrete slabs in the back entrance of the building had sunken. As a firefighting Company, they knew safety was something to be taken seriously.
Polylevel Foreman Arturo Jacuinde, and his team arrived on the scene and started to slowly remove the tripping hazard. In order to lift and level the affected area, Arturo drilled small holes into the slabs and injected a foam called Polylevel. Polylevel hardens after a few minutes and lifts the slab back to it's original position. This process took less than 15 minutes and it was able to be walked on again safely.
Barnegat, NJ homeowner contacted Quality 1st Basement Systems about concrete lifting and leveling. The back patio area of their home had begun to sink and settle causing gaps in the concrete. Not only had the gaps become an eye sore but also tripping hazards had formed. The homeowner loved the patio area and so replacing it was not an option. Luckily, System Design Specialist, Tom Carrano, suggested PolyLevel to raise and elevate the patio area, removing not only the gaps but the tripping hazard as well.
A Building Manager in Stafford Township had an outdoor kitchen where the concrete slabs had crack and had settled about an inch. Looking for a company to help solve their problem, the Building Manager contacted Quality 1st Basements. Systems Design Specialist, Jeffrey Pitek, gave a free estimate of the outdoor kitchen and recommended PolyLevel to raise the concrete slabs and fill the cracks. The Project Manager and his team injected the PolyLevel into the concrete slabs raising them and filling the cracks.
The soil beneath this garage floor could no longer withstand the weight of the cars parked in the garage. The concrete slab floor was beginning to crack and was unlevel, causing the settlement to become a safety hazard to the owner. After searching for a solution to fix their concrete, the homeowner came across Quality 1st Basements PolyLevel System. After meeting with our concrete repair specialist Andy, the homeowner felt he was in good hands and therefore decided to go through with the installation. Our PolyLevel crew injected the polyurethane foam beneath the slab of the concrete to fill the void. Once the slab was lifted, they sealed all the cracks in the concrete with NexusPro joint sealant. The garage floor is now completely level and safe again.