Basement Systems of West Virginia is now using a new technology, called PolyLEVEL, that allows counties, cities, towns, businesses and residential customers to lift sunken concrete sidewalks and slabs back into place quickly and easily -- at a fraction of the cost of traditional repair methods. “In the time it takes the average person to run to the local hardware store and buy a single bag of concrete, we can lift two or three sunken slabs using our PolyLEVEL technology,” said Ricki Edwardson, President of Basement Systems of West Virginia. “A concrete repair using this proven technology typically costs a fraction of the cost of traditional repair methods.”
According to Edwardson, the PolyLEVEL process is very simple, and it allows concrete to be used within a few minutes after the concrete is lifted -- unlike traditional repair methods or mudjacking. She said that concrete lifting can be done quickly with the PolyLEVEL technology, so it is the perfect solution for cities, towns and businesses that want to minimize disruption to pedestrians.
“The process starts with a very small, 5/8-inch hole being drilled through the concrete slab,” she explained. “Next, a specialized foam is injected into the hole, filling the area under the slab and slowly raising the concrete. After the slab is lifted back into place, technicians fill in the small hole with cement, and we’re done.”
Basement Systems of West Virginia provides free, no obligation estimates, which means that customers don't have to spend even a penny to find out if the company can save counties, cities and towns thousands of dollars on concrete repairs, Edwardson said. In addition to sidewalks, the same technology can be used to lift any concrete slab – from concrete roadways to basement and garage floors, and even driveways, she said.
To learn more about this proven technology, go to the company’s website (www.basementsystemswv.com) or call the company at 1-888-619-1300 to schedule a free, no obligation estimate.