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Angela comes to us from Ashland City TN.
She loves being a part of a team and helping others.
When not at work, she likes outdoor activities and playing the drums.
Fun fact: Favorite color is Orange.
This Hendersonville home was built in 1997 but a few years ago the homeowner noticed cracks and separating of concrete at the front stoop area.
The cracks continued to get worse and he was worried it might be dangerous as well.
He wanted a thorough inspection and a solution that made sense with a company he trusted.
A little bit of PolyLevel Foam Injection is able to lift and level the concrete.
Crack repair with NexusPro cocks and seals the joints for a clean look and to protect from future damages.
Frontier was able to provide a permanent solution to his concern giving him the peace of mind he needed knowing the front steps and stoop were safe.
The front steps of this Hendersonville home continued to sink over the last few years. This much change in step height was a potential trip hazard. The homeowner was worried about safety and the expense of correcting the problem.
Frontier Basement Systems was able to do a PolyLevel injection to lift the steps back to their correct placement.
The family has lived in this home for over 30 years. Over the past 3 years, they have noticed the porch step dropping.
The family does not plan on moving and was worried about the aesthetics but also wanted to protect the value of the home.
The cracks of this Clarksville driveway have continued to get worse over the past 3 years.
It was important to the homeowner to get those fixed, keeping them from getting worse or becoming trip hazards.
A little bit of PolyLevel foam injection was able to lift and level the areas that had dropped.
NexusPro joint sealant seals the cracks protecting it from moisture that would cause more damage.
This shop floor in Princeton Kentucky had dropped over 2 inches. The dropping had created cracks in the concrete floor that were only getting worse over time.
Low spots in a shop floor can be very frustrating.
Water or other liquids pooling and can not drain.
Tools or other items rolling towards low spots.
Heavy equipment or vehicles weighing low spots down even further.
Lifting and leveling the concrete permanently was important to prevent further damage.