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Get Your Shoveling Groove Back

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Coming into March, you might’ve thought it was time to put the snow shovels away for the year and prepare for spring. Haha surprise! The answer is no, instead, we are getting more snow this weekend. Given that we live in Michigan, this is likely to continue, so I want to talk about shoveling snow, and how you can make the worst chore just slightly easier next winter. 


Imagine you’re shoveling along, maybe getting into a groove of sweep-scoop-toss, sweep-scoop-toss, sweep-SMACK. The moment your shovel makes contact with the edge of an uneven concrete slab, the impact sends vibrations up your arms. These situations make shoveling go from an annoying chore to a downright nightmare when you have multiple sinking slabs and multiple raised edges because of it. 


Don't panic though, the winter chore doesn’t have to be this way! The PolyLevel system lifts and levels concrete slabs in your driveway and sidewalk. The lightweight, waterproof foam fills voids and cures quickly to provide a stable solution to sinking slabs. 



In addition to the slabs that make up sidewalks and driveways, PolyLevel can be used to raise and stabilize concrete steps, garage floors, and even pool decks, among many other things. And as a part of our Concrete Protection System, which also includes SealantPro sealant and NexusPro joint and crack filler, PolyLevel can stabilize and protect your concrete for years to come.


Make this the last winter that you deal with hidden hazards and get your shoveling groove back with PolyLevel. 

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