Proudly serving San Francisco Bay Area & Central Valley AreaContractor License: 973851
Mr. Stewart loves his pool and he loves his kids, but, more importantly, he loves when his kids are smiling and having fun. That is why it became such a concern that a portion of his pool deck had broken off the main slab and had begun to sink down and create a tripping hazard. Because summer was coming within the next two months, he became increasingly distraught at the thought of his children and their friends playing in the pool, only to trip, fall, and scrape their knee--or worse, break a bone.
Thankfully for Mr. Stewart, Jim Palamides was able to evaluate the issue and find the best solution for him. When Jim arrived at Stewart's home, he took his time to properly document and assess the problem area, and used the opportunity to carefully explain to Mr. Stewart of how the solution will work.
When David "DJ" Serpa arrived to the home two weeks later, he agreed with Jim's assessment that the PolyLevel system would be the perfect solution. DJ expertly injected the polyurethane foam underneath the slab and watched as the slab rose up to match the surrounding areas, and thus eliminate the tripping hazard.
Mr. Stewart appreciated the work done by Foundation Repair of CA. Jim was timely and thorough and DJ was a careful craftsman, and thanks to the two of them, Stewart's children can play in the pool with no worries of scraped knees.
This homeowner was all geared up and ready for the summer, when he realized that a slab in his pool deck was sinking, causing not only a bad tripping hazard, but also an ugly crack in the middle of the slab. Knowing that this was unsafe for his kids, and unseemly for his preference, he called Foundation Repair and our Concrete Repair Specialist Jim Palamides came out to evaluate the problem. Jim was able to find the perfect solution to solve this issue, and thanks to a PolyLevel Foam injection, and Nexus Pro sealant, his entire pool deck is completely level and there are no more hideous cracks. Now, this homeowner can go back to what's important: Swimming and having fun in the summer sun!
This homeowner was all geared up and ready for the summer, when he realized that a slab in his pool deck was sinking, causing not only a bad tripping hazard, but also an ugly crack in the middle of the slab. Knowing that this is unsafe for his kids, and unseemly for his preference, the homeowner called Foundation Repair and Jim Palamides came out to evaluate the problem. Jim was able to expertly find the perfect solution to solve this issue, and thanks to Poly Level injection, and Nexus Pro sealant,, his entire pool deck is completely level and there are no more hideous cracks. Now, this homeowner can go back to what's important: Swimming and having fun in the summer sun!
A quick fix to prevent the exterior foundation from cracking any further. We filled the small crack with Simpson Strong-Tie Epoxy and then sealed it with a Carbon Armor Patch.
Miss Smith took great pride in her house. From masterfully cutting and maintaining her perfectly measured lawn, to always touching up the trim of her house, she was the absolute queen of her home.
That is, she did until this last summer when her area was literally rocked with a series of aftershocks from the Ridgecrest Earthquake. Thankfully, no one was physically injured. Miss Smith, however had a heavy hit to her pride when the aftershock actually cracked her driveway in multiple ways. Luckily the cracks were only cosmetic, and Jim Palamidas had the best solution.
David "DJ" Serpa was able to come out to Smith's house and install the NexusPro crack sealant. This silicone based caulking seals concrete cracks to prevent any water from causing anymore damage to the slab and, thanks to it's heavy duty strength, is able to hold and maintain its shape for years to come. Best of all though, the coloring matched the driveway and the gradient texture hid any signs of former damage.
Miss Smith was able to repair her driveway, as well as, hide any signs of damage, making her driveway look great and, with the unsightly blemish gone, she's able to go back to taking pride in her home again.