The average American car weighs nearly 3 thousand pounds; add in the weight of concrete and your driveway soil is potentially keeping 10 thousand pounds of weight afloat. However, when the soil begins to compress, the concrete will follow suit and compress as well. How can this issue be fixed? Consider PolyLevel Injection Foam. The polymer consists of two liquids that when blended together, create a foam that expands to effectively lift settled concrete.
Contractors have utilized mudjacking in the past but that method is hard to control and can potentially damage the soil even more. Our PolyLevel Injection foam is quick-curing and non-invasive, meaning the soil surrounding the area will be less likely to experience any further damage.
PolyLevel can also even out sunken concrete slabs. In the case of this picture, the presence of cracks and uneven leveling of the driveway caused water to build up and create a variety of hazards and inconveniences.
Overall, PolyLevel is waterproof to prevent future erosion, quick-curing, and a permanent solution. Contact us at Ayers Basement Systems for your free quote today!
Everyone loves a good pool day. However when it’s the middle of winter in Michigan and the pool is stationed in your driveway, things aren’t looking too great on your end. Clay contacted us after noticing his sunken driveway was becoming a big problem. The ground underneath his old concrete driveway had begun to collapse and erode causing the driveway to curve in and store water.
To fix Clay’s problem we utilized PolyLevel to raise the concrete slab and create an even and safe driveway. Follow along through the photo album to learn more about our PolyLevel injection foam.