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"Escondido resident Mike S. commented. "Your crew started a day early, was always on time, courteous, and did..." Read Full Testimonial
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Ken has a strong background in Real Estate Sales and development which gives him a good deal of knowledge for our residential customers needs.
Since joining Saber, Ken has completed comprehensive training in designing solutions for our customers foundation repair, concrete leveling and soil stabilization. He is a Certified Foundation Repair Specialist.
Ken enjoys the outdoors mountain bike riding, hiking and a round of golf. His passion though is spending time with his lovely wife watching their three children play Lacrosse for their high school and club teams.
The Before Picture shows a interior cracking wall in a home.
The After Picture shows the void being filled with Polyurethane. The white puddles will be removed when this Polyurethane hardens. This void had caused both interior cracking and exterior cracking in this home.
The Before Pictureshows a support post sliding off of it's concrete base.
The After Picture shows the post with Seismic Retrofitting support braces attached to the posts, joists, and concrete base.
The Before Picture shows a substantial crack in the foundation of a Fullerton home.
The After Picture shows a Saber crew member injecting PolyLevel into the void under the slab. This raised the slab where it had sunk. The crack was then patched.
The Before picture shows a cross beam, that isn't attached to the support post in the crawl space of a home.
The After picture shows a cross beam with a attached post, that is anchored by cement, and is attached with a bracket.
The Before picture shows a crack in a concrete foundation.
The After picture shows a installed Push Pier at the base of the foundation. These Push Piers stabilized the foundation of the home.