Does your home’s front entry look like it’s sinking? Have you noticed gaps between your front stair and columns? If so, you likely have a sunken concrete situation. This is a common problem for many homeowners, but luckily, it can be fixed!
This homeowner from Surrey, British Columbia, found the perfect solution in True Level Concrete to repair her front entry area. Let’s explore how we were able to help her out with a mix of Push Piers and PolyLevel Foam.
The Push Pier system is a very effective way of stabilizing and lifting foundations that are either settling or sinking. To begin, we excavated in order to expose the foundation so the piers could be inserted into the ground beneath them.
Once these piers were installed and the structure stabilized, the PolyLevel foam injection process began.
PolyLevel Foam injections work by injecting a lightweight foam beneath concrete slabs or walls. This foam expands as soon as it is injected into the ground, forming an evenly distributed cushion that helps lift sunken areas of concrete back up to their original elevation level.
This process also prevents future settling from occurring since it fills gaps that may exist between soil particles and reinforces weak soils beneath the slab.
The homeowner of this property in Surrey was happy that we got her front entry lifted to its original level.
If you’re dealing with sunken concrete problems at your home, then don’t worry — there is hope! We offer reliable solutions using their Push Pier System in conjunction with PolyLevel Foam injections which will help lift and stabilize your foundation and concrete slabs quickly and effectively — all while providing peace of mind thanks to its warranty coverage!
Remember to contact us for professional help when dealing with such issues because if not solved properly, they can lead to costly repairs down the line.
Date: January 2023.
Time: 1 day to complete the job.
Certified PolyLevel Installer: True Level Concrete.
Products Installed: 3 Push Piers and more than 183 lbs of PolyLevel material.