Concrete Repair Photo Album: PolyLevel Gives Driveway the Lift it Needs in Seneca, SC
Joan M. has been a homeowner in Seneca, SC for quite some time. Her favorite part of her home is that it is secluded in a wooded area. She has always loved nature and her privacy so it was the perfect home for her. Due to her home being on a hill, the driveway is steep which had never bothered her until her concrete slab started to sink. Joan got a quote for a concrete replacement but that was going to be an expensive fix. She wanted a different kind of solution, so her son did some research online and found Cantey Foundation Specialists. Joan called in and was set up for an appointment for inspection with System Design Specialist Katherine Dillon. When Specialist Katherine completed her inspection she explained to Joan that Cantey had a PolyLevel process that would be a great solution. The PolyLevel process would begin with small holes being drilled through the concrete slab. Then the PolyLevel would be injected underneath the slab as a liquid to fill all the voids underneath. The PolyLevel would harden into a solid within 15 minutes creating lift and stabilization for the concrete slab. Joan agreed that this was a great solution and was impressed that she could drive on her driveway 30 minutes after the installation. Production Team Leader Jeremey Wilson and Production Team Member Nick Collins came out and effectively injected the PolyLevel under Joan's concrete slab. Joan is now worry free about her driveway and is back to enjoy her peaceful home.
Best Solution for a Driveway in Need
Joan felt that concrete replacement was too expensive and did not fix the problem that was causing her concrete to sink.
It's All About the Soil
When concrete slabs sink, the problem is underneath where soil can be washed away creating voids underneath the slab.
Signs of Sinking
Joan really started to notice the sinking close to her garage door which was concerning when driving her car into the garage.
PolyLevel has given strength, stabilization, and lift to this concrete slab in need.