Note the sinking at the dividing line between the driveway and stoop (the seam at the garage) as well as gap between the stoop and the trim on the house - a telltale sign of sinking.
This is quite the gap - existing structures like the trim on the house are an excellent measure of things like sinking.
The gap between the slab and house is eliminated.
The top right slab of the driveway, and the small slab leading to the back stoop, were both raised to eliminate ledges into the garage and trip hazards to the door.
When a slab begins sinking, it creates risks for everything from tripping to eventual slab cracking, which is a much costlier repair than simple PolyLEVEL injection.
Injecting PolyLEVEL not only eliminates the gap between the step and porch, it also prevents later sinking by stabilizing the slab, and makes it safer and more comfortable to ascend the steps by taking away that extra high jump up onto the porch.
This porch looks much less like it's going to crack at any moment.
The slab immediately off of the driveway has major sinking problems, which can lead to a multitude of problems if not corrected.
The slab that had tilted and settled was restored for a smooth transition from the driveway.
By leveling the sidewalk slab, we eliminate trip hazards and even potential damage to things like bike tires.
Our customer called because of sidewalk issues at a home he owned in Grand Haven. Since he was renting out the property and was out of state, we coordinated with him, a property manager, and a tenant to take care of the repairs on a timeline convenient for everyone.
We raised the front and back porches as well as the sidewalk, eliminating multiple trip hazards and taking care of the sinking before the slabs cracked.