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Meet Rich, our PolyLevel Foreman! He knew right away he was at home when he met our PolyLevel Team. Rich was excited to learn about our State-Of-The-Art, concrete lifting and level system, PolyLevel because it was changing the game for sinking concrete. Richard and his team will do a full walk through with you before they begin the installation. He and his team will make sure the surrounding area is cleaned and all items are moved prior to preparing the concrete slabs for raising.
“What I like most about my job is the technology I get to use to raise concrete slabs. Working with PolyLevel and the tools we use are really cool. The installation is quick and clean and the reaction from the homeowner when they see us in action is great as well.”
A homeowner from Woolwich Township, NJ contacted Quality 1st Basements after noticing their front porch had settled a few inches. Our Concrete Repair Specialist, Andy, recommended PolyLevel would raise the porch back towards its original position all while permanently stabilizing it to prevent future sinking and settling.
PolyLevel is injected beneath the sinking slab raising it back to level. The Polyurethane foam is waterproof and environmentally friendly!
Another amazing concrete raising job completed using our State-Of-The-Art, concrete raising solution, PolyLevel. Waterproof and environmentally friendly, PolyLevel is the perfect solution for concrete settlement. Don't replace it, raise it!
Check out this amazing before and after of this Patio! Before PolyLevel, this slab was settling about 1.5 inches. After our team injected PolyLevel beneath the slab, it was raised back to level and is now permanently stabilized.
The soil beneath this homeowner's patio was eroded and caused the concrete to sink and settle, creating a void between the home and the patio surface. Our team was able to lift the patio back to its original position and seal the gap with PolyLevel.
As you can see in the picture above, this slab in front of the back door of this home had settled. Our team raised the slab by injecting PolyLevel foam underneath to raise and stabilize it permanently.
A trip hazard in your driveway can cause a serious accident for family and friends coming and going from your home. When this homeowner noticed how much their driveway had settled, they contacted Quality 1st Basements right away for a solution. System Design Specialist, Tom C. inspected the driveway area and recommended our PolyLevel would be the best solution virus replacement.
The number one cause of concrete settlement is the soil beneath the slab. If the soil becomes too wet or too dry it weakens and can no longer support the weight of the slab therefore causing the slab to sink. Replacing it would only be a temporary solution and so therefore the homeowner agreed PolyLevel would be the best option.
PolyLevel Foreman, Rich and his team drilled small penny-size holes into the concrete and injected our PolyLevel foam underneath. The foam expands, raising the slab back to level and then hardens to permanently stabilize the slab. Within just 15 minutes of completion the homeowners car could be driven over the slab and into the driveway.
A homeowner in Brown Mills, NJ, had sinking concrete slabs on their driveway and wanted to get rid of the potential trip hazard. After booking their free estimate, Quality 1st arrived on time and lifted and level the concrete slabs to it's original position. The Polylevel team drilled penny size holes into the concrete slab and pumped the perfect amount of polyurethane foam to lift it. The team then filled Nexus Pro into the cracks of the concrete slab. Our team lays sand over the joint seal to stain the color so that it blends into the concrete. The homeowner was glad his driveway was lifted and leveled permanently.
This homeowner was experiencing uneven concrete around their pool area. One of our concrete repair specialists inspected the damage and determined that PolyLevel would be the perfect solution. Our team arrived on site and injected the polyurethane foam beneath the slabs to lift them and then sealed the joints with NexusPro to prevent future slab settlement.
This homeowner now has a much safer walkway thanks to our PolyLevel Team! PolyLevel Foreman, Richard injected the polyurethane form beneath the concrete slabs, filling the void underneath. When the void was filled the PolyLevel form begins to harden, expanding to lift the slab. Once the slabs were lifted, the gaps between each slab closed and were sealed with NexusPro Joint Sealant. The Joint Sealant is meant to keep the concrete from experiencing any future erosion that could cause them to settle again.
A homeowner called Quality 1st Basements with concerns about their sinking pool deck. Due to the excessive amounts of water seeping beneath the concrete from splashing in the pool, the soil was eroding. Our team was able to lift and level the concrete using PolyLevel to remove trip hazards. PolyLevel is waterproof and will not erode over time, but dirt is not. Our team sealed off the joints around the pool with NexusPro to keep water out to protect the soil from future erosion.
The concrete around this pool was sinking and settling. Our team injected Polylevel beneath the slab to lift and level the concrete. Once the concrete was leveled, they filled the holes with concrete mix and sealed the joints to prevent water from eroding the slab further. Within just 15 minutes of the installation being compelted the homeowner and his family had full access to their pool are.
A homeowner contacted Quality 1st when they realized their concrete was sinking and settling. Not wanting to go through the expense and hassle of replacing the concrete, they were looking for an alternative solution. Our System Design Specialist, Jay, inspected the area and suggested PolyLevel would be the best solution for the homeowner.
Our PolyLevel Foreman, Richard, went out to complete the installation. Richard and his team drilled penny- size holes into the concrete and injected the polyurethane foam. They were able to lift and level the concrete within minutes without disrupting the surrounding areas. To complete the installation, our team installed NexusPro joint sealant to seal the joints of the concrete to prevent water from getting beneath the surface of the concrete and causing settlement in the future.
An uneven pool deck can be a huge safety hazard in the summertime. Luckily, our PolyLevel team was able to lift this sinking slab of concrete and eliminate the tripping hazard for the homeowner by injecting a polyurethane formula beneath the slab. The formula is lightweight, environmentally friendly, and waterproof.
Our team was able to lift and level this concrete pool deck with PolyLevel. First small holes were drilled into each sinking slab where the polyurethane foam is injected through the holes beneath the slab. As the foam expands, the slabs begin to rise towards their desired level. The holes are then covered with concrete mix and the joints were sealed with NexusPro to keep water out and prevent future erosion.
Check out this great before and after of concrete raising! PolyLevel was injected beneath the sinking porch, raising it back towards its original position. Not only does it stabilize the concrete but it also prevents future settlement!
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.
This amazing transformation has made such a difference in this homeowners pool area. They no longer have to worry about friends and family tripping on their pool deck thanks to PolyLevel. Our team was able to lift and level the concrete surrounding the pool as well as seal the joints to prevent future settlement. The process was much more efficient, less expensive, and a more permanent solution than concrete replacement.
A homeowner was experiencing concrete settlement around their pool so they contacted Quality 1st Basements for a solution. Our Concrete Repair Specialist, Jeff Pitek, went out to inspect the entire pool deck area. After his full inspect where he saw no lift was caused by tree roots he suggested our concrete leveling system, PolyLevel.
Our team went out to install the PolyLevel. First, they drilled penny sized holes into the concrete. They then injected polyurethane foam into the holes. As the foam was injected, it expanded beneath the surface and lifted the concrete back to its original position. Once the slab was raised, the holes were filled with concrete mix and the area was trip hazard free!
Our team raised this homeowners sinking concrete with PolyLevel and sealed the cracks to eliminate trip hazards.
A homeowner in Brick, NJ was concerned that their concrete walkway had settled over time and decided to take action as it provided a dangerous tripping hazard. After booking their free estimate with Quality 1st, Richard Kurk, Polylevel foreman and his crew injected polyurethane foam underneath the concrete slab and was able to lift and level the horrendous tripping hazard that could have cause tragedies. The process was done quick and flawlessly. The homeowner was extremely pleased as the results spoke for themselves.
Our PolyLevel team was able to lift and level this entire pool slab area, removing all trip hazards! Our team injected PolyLevel beneath the slab raising them back towards their original level.
A sinking front porch was no match for our concrete raising solution, PolyLevel and our amazing PolyLevel team. Our crew injected polyurethane foam beneath the sinking slab raising it back up half a whole inch!
A homeowner contacted Quality 1st Basement to raise the few sinking slabs they had on their walkway along side of their home. Our team successfully raised each sinking concrete slab, removing the small trip hazards. Now when it rains, the water will run straight to the grass instead of forming a puddle against the foundation of the house.
Quality 1st Basements raised a sinking sidewalk in Neptune city, NJ with Polylevel to remove the trip hazard in front of the homeowners home. Not only was she amazed at the installation but also how quick and easy the entire process was. The crew went to the home, drilled small holes into the slabs and injected PolyLevel underneath to lift and level the concrete.
Concrete Repair Specialist, Jeff P., recommended PolyLevel to raise each individual sinking slab. Richard, our PolyLevel Foreman and his crew injected PolyLevel foam underneath the slabs, raising them back to level. PolyLevel is waterproof and environmentally friendly making it the prevent solution for this patio area.
This front porch was sinking roughly an inch to an inch 1/2 before Quality 1st Basements provided a permanent solution. Our Concrete Raising Team, raised and stabilized the concrete slab using PolyLevel.
A Ramesy, NJ homeowner contacted Quality 1st Basements for a concrete lifting solution after they noticing slabs around their pool had settled causing an eyesore. Concrete Repair Specialist, Jeff Pitek, measured roughly 2 inches of settlement around the entire pool area. The homeowner wanted to raise the slabs to remove the eyesore and trip hazards and make sure they would never sink again. Thanks to Jeff and our PolyLevel Foreman Richard, Quality 1st was able to completely level the entire pool deck area, removing the trip hazard while permanently stabilizing the concrete to prevent future sinking and settling.
We sent Concrete Repair Specialist, Jeff Pitek out to inspect a front walkway area in Hillburn, NJ and provide a solution. Jeff explained that a concrete slab will sink if the soil underneath becomes too wet or too dry. Our concrete raising solution, PolyLevel is injected beneath the slab to raise and stabilize it to prevent future sinking and settling.