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When a concrete surface is no longer providing safe, solid support due to settlement issues, prompt action is necessary before the problem gets worse. Before you demolish the concrete slab, consider the advantages of PolyLevel®, an innovative alternative to common concrete remediation methods like mudjacking, concrete grinding, and total concrete replacement.
The PolyLevel® system utilizes a high-strength polyurethane mixture that expands to fill voids under concrete, stabilize soil, and lift concrete slabs. With multiple formulas available, PolyLevel® can fit the needs of any commercial, industrial, or municipal job, large or small.
Quality 1st Basements is a PolyLevel® contractor, serving Edison, Staten Island, Jersey City and surrounding New Jersey areas. Schedule your consultation with one of our commercial technicians today to learn how we can lift your sunken concrete slab using our fast, durable, cost-effective solution.
Over time, this highway settled and cracked, creating unsafe driving conditions.
PolyLevel® was used to fill voids beneath the slab and level the highway with little disruption.
See how PolyLevel® works to lift settled, damaged concrete slabs.
PolyLevel® has been designed to work under the most extreme circumstances. With wet locations and heavy traffic in mind, PolyLevel® is the best choice for a wide variety of applications including:
Big lifting power through small holes. To lift a settled concrete slab with PolyLevel®, 5/8" diameter holes are drilled through the slab. After an injector port is screwed into each hole, a special nozzle mixes two reactive materials and sprays the expanding mixture beneath the slab.
Concrete is hard to beat as a basic material for all kinds of load-bearing surfaces, from driveways and sidewalks to floors, roads, and airport runways. However, concrete has two characteristics that can cause problems: it's heavy and it can't stretch.
The weight of a concrete slab can sometimes cause the soil beneath the slab to compress. When this happens, all or part of the concrete slab will sink down under its own weight, sometimes cracking in the process. The cracking occurs because concrete isn't a resilient material. If a slab is unevenly supported, it's likely to crack because it can't stretch or bend.
In addition to unsightly cracks, slab settlement problems can also result in potential accidents, poor drainage, tripping hazards and expensive property damage.
Quality 1st Basements is your local expert for concrete leveling and repair. Contact us today to schedule an on-site consultation to find out how PolyLevel® can solve your all your concrete problems, and we will provide you with an estimate for your commercial project. We proudly service Mount Freedom, Brick, Paterson, Woodbridge, Lakewood, Toms River, Short Hills and many surrounding neighborhoods.
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