Serving NJ and NYC, Jersey City, Edison, Staten Island
Meet Iian, our PolyLevel Foreman! He is apart of our Concrete Repair Team, making concrete replacement a thing of the past. Iian has been through in-house and National training to keep him up to date on product and installation knowledge. He is here to make sure your concrete is raised and trip hazards are removed!
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.
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!
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.
A homeowner in Runnemede, NJ was experiencing concrete slab settlement of about 3 inches in their backyard patio. This was creating a large crack in the concrete patio, which is an entrance way for water to get under the concrete and cause serious ersion issues. Quality 1st Basements used PolyLevel solution to raise the settled concrete and applied NexusPro to seal the cracked concrete.
Wow! Concrete replacement is a thing of the past when it comes to sinking and settling concrete slabs. Our team raised this sinking slab back towards its original level using PolyLevel. PolyLevel is injected by drilling a small penny-size hole into the concrete. Using a special tool, the Polyurethane foam is injected underneath the slab. The foam expands to fill all voids underneath the soil and begins raising the slab. When leveled, the team will stop injected and immediately the foam will begin to harden, permanently stabilizing the concrete slab.
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.
We were able to ensure this homeowners peace of mind by removing the trip hazards in front of their home. Our team lifted and leveled the concrete with Polylevel and sealed the joints with NexusPro Joint Sealant. The walkway is now trip hazard free and the homeowner no longer has to worry about guests injuring themselves when entering or exiting the home.
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 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 Basements removed the trip hazard near the steps of the shallow end of pool by raising the sinking slab back to level. Our team drilled small, penny-size holes into the concrete slab and injected Polyurethane foam known as PolyLevel below. PolyLevel is a light weight foam that expands to lift the heavy slab. Once the slab is leveled, the foam hardens to stabilize the slab to prevent future movement.
To create a safer entryway to this building, our team lifted and leveled the front walk enterance removing all trip hazards. Once the slab was leveled, our team sealed the joints with NexusPro joint sealant to ensure that the soil beneath the slabs would be protected from future erosion.
Proof is in the pudding! Or in this case in the PolyLevel! Concrete raising is easy with our Concrete lifting solution. PolyLevel is a polyurethane foam that is not only waterproof but environmentally friendly as well! Don't replace your concrete slab, raise and stabilize them!
This sidewalk in South Brunswick had a sunken slab of concrete that was causing a trip hazard. System Design Specilaist, Mark, recommended PolyLevel solution to help raise and stabilize this sidewalk.
Foreman, Iian and his team arrived on time and made sure the entire area was clear and ready for the installation. Small penny-size holes were drilled into the slab to allowed the special equipment to inject the PolyLevel foam beneath. PolyLevel expands to fill any voids between the slab and the soil it lays on. Once the slab is raised back to desired level, it hardens to permanently stabilize the sidewalk slab.
Our team drilled small penny-size holes into the concrete porch and injected our PolyLevel Foam underneath. The foam expands to fill any voids and begins to slowly lift the porch. Once the porch is back towards its desired level, the PolyLevel hardens, permanently stabilizing the porch.
A homeowner contacted Quality 1st Basements for a solution to their settled porch. We sent Concrete Repair Specialist, Andy out to inspect the porch and offer our Concrete Leveling solution, PolyLevel. Andy measured 5 inches of settlement upon his inspection.
Our team led by Iian was able to raise the concrete back towards level. without breaking or replacing the concrete, our team was able to provide this Jackson, NJ homeowner with a permanent solution that would prevent future settlement.
Check out this great before and after of our PolyLevel solution that our team uses to lift and level sinking porches, driveways, sidewalks and more!
An uneven sidewalk is not only an eyesore, but it can be extremely dangerous to pedestrians. To remove the trip hazards created by the sinking and settling concrete, our concrete repair team injected PolyLevel beneath the slab. PolyLevel is a polyurethane foam that is extremely strong and durable. When it hardens beneath the concrete, it is able to stabilize the slab and withstand the weight for years. PolyLevel does not break down, it is waterproof and environmentally friendly. The sidewalk is now permanently stabilized and safe for pedestrians again!
This front porch in Franklin, NJ was experiencing major concrete settlement. The homeowners chose Quality 1st Basements to help them come up with a solution for their sinking concrete. System Design Specialist, Jeff P. suggested our PolyLevel solution, a process in which our team injects foam beneath the sunken slab and raises it back to its original position. The homeowners were pleased that they could use their front porch within 15 minutes after installation and had peace of mind knowing their front porch would be supported for years to come.
Over time, concrete sinks and settling due to the soil beneath no longer being able to support the heavy concrete. Trip hazards form which can cause serious injury if not careful. Sinking concrete not only hurts the value of the home but also brings a safety concern. Replacing the concrete is a temporary fix and leaves you with miss matched concrete.
PolyLevel raises the sinking slab back to level without causing disturbance to the surrounding area. This polyurethane foam is environmentally friendly and waterproof and therefore will not deteriorate over time. This concrete leveling will stabilize the the concrete permanently to prevent future settlement.
A homeowner living in Long Valley, NJ had issues with the concrete pathway outside the back door of their house. The cocnrete had settled creating a drop when stepping outside from the home. It became an eyesore to the homeowner and they wanted it raised to the original level it was years ago.
Our team, lead by Iian, was able to raise the concrete slab back towards its original position with PolyLevel. An environmentally friendly, waterproof, polyurethane foam that is injected underneath the concrete through a small penny -size hole using special equipment.
A homeowner in Toms River, NJ was experiencing concrete settlement around their pool deck. Our PolyLevel Team was able to lift and level the concrete to eliminate tripping hazards. First, our foreman, Iian and his team drilled small penny sized holes into the concrete. Next, they injected the polyurethane foam beneath the slab to lift and level the sinking concrete. Once the slabs were level again and the small holes were filled, the concrete was as good as new!
Worried about the safety of their family and nieghbors, a homeowner called Quality 1st Basements to raise their sinking concrete. Not only was our team able to lift and level the uneven concrete with our concrete raising solution, PolyLevel, they were also able to seal the cracks to prevent future erosion.
Our Concrete Lifting and Leveling crew injected polyurethane foam known as PolyLevel underneath these settling slabs to raise the concrete back to level and remove the trip hazard on the sidewalk.
Sinking concrete is caused by weak soil beneath the slab. The soil is too wet, too dry or just poorly compacted and can no longer support the weight. Our team uses our State-Of-The-Art polyurethane foam, PolyLevel to raise the slab and create an even sidewalk path.
The entire walkway area of this Freehold, NJ home had settled roughly two inches. Foreman, Iian and his team injected PolyLevel foam underneath the concrete to fill any voids. PolyLevel expands and begins to raise the concrete. Once leveled, the foam hardens to stabilize the concrete slabs permanently.
A homeowner from Freehold, NJ noticed 2 slabs around his pool deck that had sunk. Since the settled concrete was right by the entrance of the pool, there was a high chance that water would find its way into the cracks causing deterioration of the concrete. Quality 1st Basements injected PolyLevel to this homeowner's pool deck, which lifted and leveled the concrete. NexusPro Sealant completed the job to ensure that the cracks in the concrete were sealed, so that no water could travel under the slabs.
A homeowner noticed that the concrete sidewalks in front of their home were sinking and settling- causing trip hazards for their friends and neighbors. Jay, one of our Concrete Repair Specialists determined that the concrete could be lifted with PolyLevel. Our team led by Iian, went out and injected polyurethane foam and raised the concrete back to its original position. The sidewalk is now trip hazard free and the homeowner no longer has to worry about anyone falling and getting hurt.
A homeowner from Matawan, NJ had issues pulling out of their driveway smoothly because of 2 inches of settled concrete, creating an uneven surface. Quality 1st Basements came and injected PolyLevel solution under the concrete driveway to lift it up so that it was level with the surrounding concrete. The PolyLevel solution is lightweight but strong enough to lift heavy concrete and keep it locked in place, so future drives over the driveway are nice and smooth.
A homeowner in Fords, NJ was searching for a fix their cracked and sinking concrete driveway without going through the process of replacing it. Quality 1st was able to provide the homeowner with a quicker and less expensive solution. Using PolyLevel, our team lifted the sinking concrete back to its original position. Following the PolyLevel installation, the cracks and joints were sealed with Nexus Pro to prevent future erosion of the soil beneath the concrete.
This garage floor had settled causing a gap between the molding and the wall. Our PolyLevel team removed the molding, injected PolyLevel underneath the garage floor, and raised it back to level removing the gap.
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