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James M. of Champaign, Illinois was troubled by his uneven, cracked walkway. The walkway not only took away from his beautiful landscape, it was a safety hazard. System design specialist Cory S. desinged a solution to restore the walkway.
PolyLEVEL was installed by foreman Andrew T. and his team. PolyLEVEL is a long-lasting solution to lift and align concrete to its original, safe position. James no longer has worries about his settling concrete. He is thrilled to have a restored walkway.
Thomas of Tuscola, Illinois want to finally fix the deep gaps within his sidewalk. He gave Woods Basement Systems a call and talked with system design specialist, Gregory B., to figure out what was the best solution for him. Gregory recommended using PolyLevel it permanelty fix his sidewalk to his home.
Foreman, Andrew T. and his crew got straight to work on this customers sidewalk, and in no time if was back to its original state!
Kurt K. of Brownstown, IL had an uneven concrete walkway. Some of the concrete slabs had sunk and pulled away from the house and were no longer level with the other slabs. It had created a major tripping hazard so Kurt called Woods Basement Systems. Woods recommended PolyLevel.
PolyLevel was injected under the sinking slabs. It’s an expanding polymer foam that lifts and levels concrete and cures in 15 minutes so it’s a quicker and more permanent solution than traditional mudjacking.
Mary B. of Centralia, Illinois was frustrated with her cracking, uneven driveway. As the soil settled, the concrete began to sink making it unsafe.
Foreman Andrew T. installed PolyLEVEL to restore the concrete to its original position and make it safe again.
Springfield, Illinois resident David B. was frustrated with his cold, concrete basement floors. System design specialist Paul W. designed a solution to make David's basement more comfortable.
Andrew T., foreman, installed ThermaDry flooring. ThermaDry is waterproof and inorganic, so it does not support mold growth. ThermaDry has created a more comfortable living environment in addition to making the basement beautiful.
In the before photo you can see the basement floor showed signs of past water damage. To accomplish a more finished look and protect the floor from any future water damage, these Springfield, IL home owners choose to call Woods Basement Systems for our Total Basement Finishing Solutions!
Our installation team put in place the ThermalDry Floor matting tiles. This matting comes in carpet and tile options. The great feature about them is that there are raised pegs on the bottom of each tile to keep them lifted off the concrete floor. From the after photo you can see that this matting system looks like regular tile once completely installed.
Both the tile and the carpet matting are water resistant and can quickly and easily be replaced should one ever be damaged from everyday ware and tare. Sometimes it's not even necessary to replace a tile, but simply switch it with one that is hidden under furniture or perhaps from a closet area.
Donald and Maragret were worried about their porches slanting and pulling away from their home. They gave Woods Basement Systems a call and Team Woods developed the perfect plan for them.
Foreman Andrew and his crew injected the PolyLevel below the concrete in order to raise the porches. PolyLevel is light weight so it will not add more weight to the soil and sets in just a couple hours.
Doanld and Maragret can now enjoy their porches with peice of mind.
Connie S. of Dorsey, Illinois was concerned about her cracking and uneven concrete. The cracking walkway was a safety concern for her visitors.
Foreman Andrew T. installed PolyLEVEL injections to restore her walkway. PolyLEVEL is a long-lasting, noninvasive solution. Now, her concrete is even, safe to use and beautiful.
Brandon and Katrina U. of Collinsville, IL could not drive or park on their driveway without fear of damaging their vehicles. They contacted Woods Basement Systems for an evaluation. Our design specialist determined that the PolyLevel concrete leveling system would be the best solution.
Foreman Andrew T. and his crew injected the PolyLevel solution under the concrete leveling it out and sealing the cracks. Brandon and Katrina can now safely use their driveway.
Alec and Karen of Belleville, IL noticed some of their concrete steps were uneven and were cracking. They wanted to prevent further cracking and damage, so they called Woods Basement Systems. Once it was concluded that their concrete steps needed PolyLEVEL injection, Woods Basement Systems sent their foremen, Andrew T. to inject PolyLEVEL.
After penny-sized holes were drilled into selected concrete slabs, Andrew worked to inject PolyLEVEL under the slabs. The entire process took a little over an hour to complete, and Alec and Karen were extremely satisfied with the results.
Michael and Verna D. of Smithon, Illinois were concerned about the sinking concrete in their garage. The concrete began to settle with the soil, making it uneven.
Foremand Andrew T. installed PolyLEVEL injections to raise the concrete to its original position. Now that the garage is restored, they are able to use it again. PolyLEVEL is a long-lasting solution, so Michael and Verna no longer have to be concerned with sinking concrete.
Sue and Richard H. of Smithton, Illinois had a porch that was sinking lower than their home, so they decided to call Woods Basement Systems. Systems design specialist, Peter N. was able to find a solution and recommended installing PolyLevel for the job.
Foreman, Andrew T. installed the product. PolyLevel is a polyurethane formula, or foam, used to permanently lift and stabilize sinking concrete slabs. First, small, dime-sized holes are drilled into the concrete and the polymer is injected into the void. Lastly, the holes are covered with cement and within 15 minutes of installation, the concrete can be used again.
Now Sue and Richard H. can enjoy their newly lifted porch.
Godfrey, Illinois homeowner John W. was troubled by his uneven concrete. It was a safety concern for his guests and the looks took away from his landscape.
Andrew T., foreman, installed PolyLEVEL. PolyLEVEL is a long lasting solution that does not interact with the soil. John will not have to worry about his walkway. He his pleased that it is now beautiful and safe.
Sinking concrete slabs can cause potential tripping hazards. Walt and Virginia M. were worried about the patio at their rental property becoming unsafe for their tenants so they called Woods Basement Systems. Woods recommended injecting PolyLevel under the concrete slabs of the patio.
PolyLevel is an expanding polymer foam that was injected under the patio. It lifts and levels the concrete and then hardens so the concrete is usable within 15 minutes. It's also waterproof so it won't wash away.
Bob D. of St. Louis, Missouri was distraught by his cracking, uneven concrete. As the soil settled, so did the concrete. The uneven concrete was a safety concern.
Foreman Andrew T. installed PolyLEVEL to align the concrete. PolyLEVEL is long lasting, so Bob will no longer have to worry about it settling. To restore the cracks, Nexus could also be installed.
Marsha B. of Affton, Missouri noticed that her garage and patio were sinking and cracking due to concrete settlement. She did not want this problem to become a tripping hazard, so she called Woods Basement Systems for a solution.
Design specialist Chris T. assessed the situation and decided that PolyLevel would fix the problem. Foreman William T. then traveled to the home to get the project started. PolyLevel is inserted below the concrete through a penny-sized hole. The foam material expands and pushes the concrete back to its original position.
Marsha B. no longer has to worry about her concrete patio or garage sinking and cracking. She now has a level patio and garage.
Frank of Affton, Missouri had uneven concrete slabs on his front sidewalk which can be a tripping hazard, so he called Woods Basement Systems for a solution. Systems design specialist, Peter N. recommended PolyLevel for the job.
Foreman, Andrew T. installed the PolyLevel. PolyLevel is a high density polyurethane formula which is used to permanently lift and stabilize sinking concrete slabs. Small, dime-sized holes are drilled into the concrete and then the polymer is injected into the void. The holes are covered with cement and within 15 minutes to concrete can be used again so there is no long wait for it to settle.
Now Frank M. can safely use his sidewalk.
Homeowner Jim B. of Oakville, Missouri, was displeased with the cracking, uneven concrete of his sidewalk and driveway. The sinking driveway slab created a small ledge as he drove into his garage and he worried of the damage it may cause to his vehicle over time.
System design specialist Jeremy R. designed an effective solution to correct the unlevel, cracked concrete. Foreman Andrew T. and his crew used PolyLEVEL injections to raise and level the concrete, and sealed the cracks. PolyLEVEL is both quick and long lasting, so Jim can have a beautiful, safe driveway for years to come.
Joyce C. from St. Louis, MO noticed that the concrete in the driveway of her home was beginning to sink and settle unevenly. She called Woods Basement Systems for a free estimate about fixing the issue.
When Systems Design Specialist determined that the appropriate solution would be for for foreman Andrew T. to install PolyLevel, she learned that PolyLevel is a foam injection that works to lift the concrete and restore back to its original position. PolyLevel is installed in 4 simple steps directly into the concrete.
As the pictures show, the concrete slabs have settled significantly since the installation of PolyLevel.
Steve of St. Louis, Missouri experienced uneven pavement in his driveway, so he decided to call Woods Basement Systems. Systems design specialist, Phillip H., recommended installing PolyLevel.
Foreman, Andrew T. worked the job. PolyLevel is a high density polyurethane formula or foam that works to permanently lift and stabilize sinking concrete slabs. How works is first, small, dime-sized holes are drilled into the concrete. Then the polymer is injected into the void and in about 15 minutes the concrete is usable, so there is no waiting for it to settle.
Steve L. can now safely use his driveway.
Saint Louis, Missouri homeowner Bonnie needed her driveway leveled to help with safety and look. She gave Woods Bsement Systems a call and Team Woods developed the perfect plan for her.
Foreman Andrew and his crew injected PolyLevel under the driveway. By leveling the drive way, there is a lower risk for tripping, the water drains better, and the driveway appears nicer.
Bonnie can now drive and walk without fear of tripping or further damage.
Saint Louis, Missouri homeowner Bonnie needed her front porch leveled to help with safety and look. She gave Woods Bsement Systems a call and Team Woods developed the perfect plan for her.
Foreman Andrew and his crew injected PolyLevel under the porch and driveway. By leveling the porch, there is a lower risk for tripping, the water drains better, and the porch appears nicer. It also reduces risks of foundation and wall damage.
Bonnie can now walk without fear of tripping or further damage.
Customer, Chris from St. Louis, Missouri had uneven pavement in his driveway which can cause tripping hazards and damage to vehicles. So, he decided to call Woods Basement Systems for a solution. Systems design specialist, Chris A., recommended installing PolyLevel.
Foreman, Andrew T. installed the product. PolyLevel is used to permanently lift and stabilize sinking concrete slabs, using a polyurethane formula. Small, dime-sized holes are drilled into the concrete and then the polymer is injected.
Now Chris. K can safely use his driveway.
From the before photo you can see that this uneven sidewalk was a dangerous tripping hazard for these Frontenac, MO homeowners. With PolyLEVEL injection foam Woods' crews were able to level the sidewalk with minimal down time, these homeowners were able to use their step and sidewalk just 15 minutes after completion of the project! This product will never deteriorate, forever keeping these concrete slabs in their correct position.
Richard and Kimberly of St. Louis, Missouri experienced uneven concrete settling around their in ground pool. That can be considered a tripping hazard, so they decided to call Woods Basement Systems to see what could be done. Upon further inspection, systems design specialist, Peter N., recommended PolyLeveling for the job.
Foreman, Andrew T., installed the PolyLevel. PloyLevel is a high density polyurethane formula used to permanently lift and stabilize sinking concrete slabs. how it works it first, small, dime-sized holes are drill into the concrete. Then, the polymer is injected into the void and the holes are covered with cement. The concrete can be used within 15 minutes, so there is no long wait for it to settle.
Now Richard and Kimberly B. can better enjoy their in ground pool.
Marble Hill, Missouri resident Riley A. was concerned by the uneven concrete around his pool. Not only was it unsightly, but it was unsafe. A System Design Specialist visted Riley's home to design a solution that would give him peace of mind.
Foreman Andrew T. and his team used PolyLevel to lift and align the concrete. PolyLevel is a lightweight foam that is efficient and eco-friendly. Now, Riley can enjoy his pool with no worries.
Homeowner Dianna S. in Arnold, MO noticed unleveled and cracked concrete in the driveway of her home. After realizing the unpleasant appearance and safety hazards that comes with uneven concrete, she gave Woods Basement Systems a call.
System design specialist, Jeremy R. did an inspection and created a design that would restore the driveway of the home. Foreman William T. did a PolyLEVEL installation that would guarantee leveled and safe concrete. The PolyLEVEL system requires lightweight equipment and less damage than other repair options. Instead of using a mixture of concrete and mud, high-density polymers are injected into small holes that are drilled in the concrete.
As the "after" picture shows, the PolyLEVEL system was the best solution to restore the driveway of the home.
Cathy C. of Caruthersville, Missouri was concerned by her uneven pool deck. It was not only unsightly, but it was unsafe. We designed a solution to level the concrete and restore her peace of mind.
Andrew T., Foreman, installed PolyLevel. PolyLevel lifts and aligns concrete to its original position. It is efficient and environmentally friendly. Cathy now has peace of mind knowing her pool deck is safe.
In the before photo you can see that the pathway from the front door to the driveway was starting to sink, tilting away from the house. If you look closely at the step up to the house you can see the difference in where the sidewalk should be compared to where it is in the photo. Woods' PolyLEVEL foam injection lifted these concrete slabs back to their original position, and will permanently keep them there. PolyLEVEL foam causes minimal down time as these homeowners were able to walk on this pathway just 15 minutes after completion of the project!
John L. of St. Charles, Missouri was concerned about his cracked, uneven driveway. As the soil settled, the concrete settled causing the cracking. System design specialist Austin G. designed a solution to restore the driveway.
Foreman Andrew T. installed PolyLEVEL. PolyLEVEL lifts the concrete to its original position. Unlike concrete, PolyLEVEL does not settle so it is a long lasting solution. John is happy to know his driveway is safe to use.