Proudly serving San Francisco Bay Area & Central Valley AreaContractor License: 973851
When it rains, many homes are at risk of being damaged due to the effects of water intrusion. Wood Posts begin to rot and concrete footings and foundations begin to weaken. With the installation of our CleanSpace Liner, we protected this home from those issues.
The concrete slabs of this backyard patio had sunken and lifted from eachother resulting in an uneven. Our crew was able to lift the sunken portions making for a smoother backyard space.
Mr. and Mrs .Underwood love to throw summer pool parties. They both grew up around water and absolutely adore swimming, and being as popular as they are, they know how to throw the best parties. One of their parties went a little too far though when Mr. Underwood's cousin tripped and fell into the pool due to a tripping hazard made from a slab of concrete sinking into the earth. The slab had sunk by two inches due to pool water seeping through the joints between the slabs.
Thankfully, when Jim Palamides saw this, he knew exactly how to fix the problem. Having seen this issue many times before, Jim used his experience to suggest an injection of PolyLevel Foam. This process works by drilling holes into the concrete, injecting a polyurethane foam in through the hole, and the polyurethane will begin to foam underneath the slab and thus raise the slab to its original position.
When Foreman David "DJ" Syrup arrived to the Underwood residence, he was both cautious and confident. Seeing that the slab was not cracking and had simply fallen straight down, he knew that this slab could come up beautifully, however, due to the amount that it had fallen, he knew that he needed to be careful about how fast he injected it.
And just like the turtle versus the hare, DJ was able to slowly and surely lift this slab perfectly to match the surrounding areas. Now the Underwood parties can continue.
A curved slab needed lifting in Meadow Vista, CA. Our crew was able to lift it to meet the slabs next to it eliminating the tripping hazard.