Concrete Leveling Photo Album: Cracked Concrete Driveway Tripping Hazard Solution in Bowling Green, KY
This Kentucky homeowner had noticed cracks appearing on her driveway a few years ago. As the years passed, she noticed it getting worse and worse, causing a bad tripping hazard. She realized it was about time to get her problems fixed! She took advantage of our free estimates and inspections deal and called right away.Our inspector came to her home and investigated her cracked and sinking driveway. He knew exactly what needed to be done and told the homeowner all about our products that would give her a lasting solution! The product we use for sealing cracks is the NexusPro Sealant. NexusPro is a silicone-based sealant for joints and cracks specially engineered to provide long-lasting flexibility and to stand up to harsh weather conditions. Unlike traditional polyurethane sealants, NexusPro resists UV rays, which means it won't crack, bubble or dry.The product we use for lifting sunken slabs/porches/steps/etc. is the PolyLevel injector foam.Not only does it lift slabs, but it also strengthens and stabilizes loose soil.Cracks and sinking slabs can happen for multiple reasons, such as erosion, flooding, or the soil just not being properly prepared for it.. either way, it won't go away by itself and causes a huge eyesore on a once beautiful home.This homeowner is very happy with our solution and is glad to not have to worry about her problems worsening.Call us today for YOUR free estimate and inspection! Don't wait until it's too late!
This sinking slab has caused a huge tripping hazard. This issue will not go away on its own and will get worse and more expensive down the road. We have the solution to fix it for good!
You don't have to worry about your friends and family tripping on your property! It's time to lift and even the slabs!
Soil under your concrete driveway, sidewalk, stoop, patio, pool deck or garage slab can soften or erode as surface water runs through open cracks and joints. Weak soils and voids allow concrete to shift and settle, resulting in cracked, uneven surfaces.
The PolyLevel method for lifting and stabilizing a sidewalk or other exterior concrete slab is to inject structural polyurethane foam under the sunken section of concrete. The force of the expanding foam will fill all voids and consolidate weak soils. When the voids are filled, the upward pressure of any additional foam will raise the slab to its original level position.
We have to seal the deal. Our NexusPro sealant makes sure rainwater does not seep under the slabs, which would cause them to shift and crack more.
Huge Plus: NexusPro resists UV rays, which means it won't crack, bubble or dry unlike other sealants.