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Saber Foundation Repair offers foundation repair, structural repair, basement wall repair, and related services in Riverside, CA.
We not only adhere to the highest industry standards, we strive to be the industry leader in the home improvement related services we provide. We also use state-of-the-art products and technology which are designed to fix your home.
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Lisa L. of Green Valley Lake, California, had noticed that the floors in her home were sagging and the walls had begun to bow. The first step she took was locating a foundation company with a great reputation, to fix her issue. After doing her research she set up an appointment, with Saber, for an estimate. The findings were, sagging beams and floor joists caused by weakening of members over time.
Saber scheduled a crew to compete the work for Lisa. The crew installed galvanized adjustable steel Smart Jacks, by digging a 24x24" foundation pit, created an engineered fill, and installed a precast foundation base, and attached and adjusted the Smart Jack. The crew also needed to install new 4x6 wood grider beams for additional reinforcement to existing floor supports. This was accomplished by removing the sub floor to expose the existing beams. The home was lifted to maximum practical recovery, and the sub floor was replaced. The site was then cleaned and the project was complete.
Christian F, of Riverside, California, had noticed that the floors of his property had begun to sag. He researched the issue and found that he would need professionals to come investigate the problem. Saber was contacted, by the home owner, to come do an inspection. The Saber Sales representative, found that the property did have foundation issues and would need repairs. The findings, were that Saber would need to remove and replace posts, as well as removing high posts and pads and replace with new Smart Jacks.
Christian, knew the work must be completed to support his homes foundation, so he set up a schedule with the Saber office and crew was sent out to repair the foundation. During the repairs the crew used Simpson T-straps and Simpson framing clips to strap each of the existing wood 4x4 posts to existing wood grider beams.
The crew also installed hot dip galvanized adjustable steel Smart Jacks, this was completed by digging 24x24" foundation pits, filling the excavation with compacted crushed rock creating an engineered fill. They then install the a pre-cast foundation base, attach and adjust Smart Jacks, for proper elevation and load bearing of the supporting floors.
The work was completed and Christian is now happy knowing that his investment is secure and that the floors in the home are no longer an issue.
Homeowners in Murrieta, California were looking for a way to make their dirty musty crawlspace more energy efficient and possibly use it for added storage. They contracted Saber to take their dirty crawl space and make it a CleanSpace. With the CleanSpace encapsulation by Saber, they were able to achieve their goal.
A dirt filled crawl space adds a continuous stream of water vapor into your home, and any underground leakage lays in the crawl space slowly evaporating into the home. This home also has a block wall which in most homes, this is the easiest and cheapest material to build a foundation, however; they are also the least resistant to water and air going through them since there are so many joints in the wall. So like it or not you are breathing dirt crawlspace air. No longer for these homeowners, with the CleanSpace encapsulation system, installed by Saber, these homeowners know are breathing clean air and have a nice “clean” crawlspace to use for storage.
Homeowners in Diamond Bar, Ca had noticed signs of settlement in and around their propriety. After doing some research on the web for the best way to resolve their foundation settlement issue, they contracted Saber. A design specialist from Saber went to the home to do a property evaluation and found that the property did have some underlying soils issues which were causing the home to show the signs of settlement, interior and exterior cracks in the walls and the slab.
The design specialist proposed to resolve the issue by installing push piers at 11 different locations around the property and to lift and stabilize the property using PolyLEVEL™. The crew from Saber worked diligently to complete the project. There were several areas that needed to have concrete removed in order for the piers to be placed at the proper locations. The concrete was cut out and then the holes were excavated and the piers were installed. Once all the piers had been installed the home was lifted to maximum practical recovery, and the then PolyLEVEL™ was used to fill the void that had formed under the foundation once the property was raised. The homeowners no longer see the signs of settlement and know that their property is once again stable and settlement will no longer be an issue.
Homeowners in Loma Linda, California, had noticed a large crack in the slab of their foundation. After doing some research about the methods to fix the damage caused by the soil settlement below the slab, they knew that they wanted to use a company that would inject foam under the slab. The other options were thought to be too time consuming and expensive. The homeowner knew they wanted something that was light weight with a quick finish time and something that would not break the budget. The homeowners enlisted the help of Saber to repair the crack in the slab and to lift and stabilize the foundation of the home. The crew from Saber arrived promptly at the scheduled date and time and the work was completed much to the homeowners satisfaction. The crew injected PolyLEVEL™ beneath the foundation to stabilize the home and to perform a lift, once the lift was complete and the PolyLEVEL™ was cured, the crew then repaired the crack that had formed in the foundation using an epoxy injection. The homeowners were very pleased with the work competed by Saber and are happy to know that their home is now stabilized and the signs of settlement are no longer an issue.
A homeowner in Desert Hot Springs, had noticed several areas around the property that the walkways had become uneven and cause concern to the homeowner due to the fact that the uneven walkways could result in a trip hazard, which could be a hassle for the homeowner in the long run. The settlement of the slabs and walkways was mostly due to the soils located beneath the foundation, which had settled and caused voids to form in which the slabs began to sink and the walkways became compromised. The homeowner knew it was time to find a fix for the issue, before the damage became worse. The homeowner called Saber and set an appointment for a Design Specialist to come out and evaluate the property. The Design Specialist proposed that the slabs and walkways be lifted and raised using PolyLEVEL™. The homeowner was pleased with the proposal and was ready to get started on the project. The crew from Saber was scheduled to come out and repair the foundation. The crew began by coring penny sized holes in the slabs in the areas that would be lifted and stabilized. The PolyLEVEL™ was then injected into the holes and the slab began to rise and level. The whole process was rather quick and the cure time was just minutes, much less then the time it would have taken had the homeowner chosen to replace the sinking slabs.
A homeowner in Moreno Valley was experiencing tree roots lifting the concrete sections of their pool deck. Saber, after evaluation, was tasked with the removal and replacement of 4 sections of lifted concrete.
Saber removed and disposed of the exposed surface roots directly beneath the repair area and set up forms and installed #3 rebar. The concrete was then poured back and a cementatious patch was placed around the water skimmer. Bushes that directly affected the repair area were either trimmed or removed.
A resident in Hemet, CA needed help sealing and fixing cracks in their backyard pool deck. Once a project design specialist came to diagnose the problem and supply the best solution, it was determined that NexusPro would be the best way to seal the cracked concrete without having to destroy and replace any concrete.
NexusPro is a silicon based material that has 100% expansion within the gaps applied. It lasts 20 years after application and remains pliable throughout it's life. Saber's production crew was able to apply the product to cracks of various width and depth, each application having the same result, complete repair of the gap/crack.
The homeowner was very pleased with the results and the fact that his family could use the pool deck within hours of application. He enjoys the cleaner look of his pool deck and was pleased that Saber solved his problem efficiently and cleanly.
in 2013, Mrs. T, a homeowner in Perris, CA was having major settlement issues. Upon searching online, she found that Saber had the excellent reviews and track record that she was looking for in a contractor to fix her foundation issues. When the Design Specialist arrived at her home, after the office staff ensured that the complete 90 minute inspection of her home would answer any of her concerns and questions, he was able to determine the best solution.
Mrs. T's main concern were the large cracks on the walls in the middle of her home. There was significant sinking in that area, shown to her through manometer readings. It was also found that PolyLevel Injection was needed to level concrete slabs that had settled on her property.
Upon arriving to begin the homeowner's project, Saber's production crew went over her questions and concerns in regards to what she wanted the end result to accomplish. They also promised to communicate with her frequently throughout the duration of the project, keeping her abreast of progress, concerns, or changes.
The foreman was able to show Mrs. T how the piers successfully stabilized her home, particularly her fireplace area, effectively closing he cracks in her walls. Overall, Mrs. T was happy with the end result of the piering portion of her project. The PolyLevel foreman was also able to successfully and unobtrusively lift and level her driveway and patio slabs.
Saber scheduled and executed service visits over the subsequent two years, checking to be sure Saber's work was still successful and secure. On the first customer revisit, in 2015, there was proven to be no significant cracking in the walls and the manometer survey did not show any further settlement since the original survey, 2 years prior.
February 2016 saw a second proactive service call that ensured that Mrs. T's home had indeed lifted in the areas where deep injection of PolyLevel had been applied into concrete slabs and no further settlement was observed.
A home in Indian Wells, Ca. was going through renovations and needed new flooring. When the carpet and wood were removed, numerous cracks were found in the slab foundation throughout the home. Saber was called to conduct an inspection and to find the perfect solution for the cracking issue.
It was found that a 2 part structural gravity fed epoxy was the best way to effectively seal the cracks in the slabs to ensure that the cement slabs were fixed. Saber's production crew proceeded to clean each crack and prep it for the epoxy application. After the epoxy was applied and set, the edges were ground down so that the epoxy was flush with the concrete, effectively filling the cracks.
The homeowners were very pleased with the results and, after the project, were able to replace the flooring of their home and enjoy their new living space.
A Riverside, Ca. apartment community was having issues with tree roots raising concrete slabs on a few of their walkways. In many areas, the concrete had become uneven due to soil settlement over the years. The manager of maintenance at the community wanted to fix the trip hazards as soon as possible with little disruption. Some of the slabs in major traffic areas were misaligned up to 2", creating a danger for families walking to and from their homes.
Though a few of the cracked and broken slabs needed total replacement, Saber was able to come out, walk the property, and discover that they could grind down 37 areas, leveling out the concrete without having to rip out large portions of the slab. Residents were able to go about their day walking to and from their homes without major disruption.
The property maintenance manager was pleased that the project took only 2 days of dustless grinding to finish and that Saber was able to keep each grind area free from multiple types of equipment and waste. It was a hassle-free way to ensure the concrete in the community was level and free from trip hazards.
Diana M, from Beaumont, contacted Saber Foundation Repair regarding a drainage problem with her home. Sales representative Dan Froehlich performed a complete evaluation.
The job foreman, Richard Whitehead, fixed the drainage problem by adding drains. Then the garage and driveway were stabilized, and sealed using our state-of-the-art PolyLevel process.
Diana was satisfied with the job results and the cleanup after the job was done.
Menifee resident Chris S contacted Saber regarding cracks on both inside and outside walls of his home. Our project design specialist conducted a full evaluation of the home.
The crew used push piers and brackets to stabilize the foundation of Chris's home.
Chris was happy with the completed job and the clean up.
San Jacinto resident John M contacted Saber regarding drainage problems around his tennis court and uneven decking for his swimming pool. Our project design specialist performed a full evaluation of this property.
We leveled the tennis court and swimming pool decking using our state-of-the-art PolyLevel process. We also installed drains around the tennis court. John was satisfied with the job and the clean up.
Norco resident Cheryl H contacted Saber to get her floors reinforced. She wanted to remodel her kitchen in her older home.
Our project design specialist performed a full evaluation and cost for what needed to be done.
Our crew was able to install support beams and smart jacks in the crawl space under her home. Cheryl was satisfied with the completion of the job and the clean up that our crew performed.
Sun City resident Steve O contacted Saber regarding cracks in the walls of his home. Our Project Design Specialist performed a complete home evaluation.
Our crew removed interior concrete from the foundation. We then used Push Piers to lift and strengthen the foundation.
Steve was pleased with the result of this job and the clean up.
Palm Desert Aquatic Center employee Kim W. contacted Saber regarding trip hazards. There were cracks and unlevel concrete in the walking areas of their swimming pool. Our Project Design Specialist performed a complete evaluation of this property.
Our crew ground and filled the cracked areas. We then used our PolyLevel process to make the concrete walking areas level.
Kim was satisfied with the completed job and the clean up.
Calimesa resident Jackie H contacted Saber regarding trip hazards on her patio. Our Project Design Specialist performed a complete evaluation.
Out crew leveled the patio using our PolyLevel process. We also repaired the cracks using Nexus.
Jackie was happy with the completed job and clean up.
La Quinta resident Michele H contacted Saber regarding trip hazards on her cement sidewalks. Our Project Design Specialist performed a complete evaluation.
Our crew used our PolyLevel process to raise the sinking parts of the sidewalks.
Michele approved of the completed job and clean up.
Mira Loma resident Betty F. contacted Saber regarding cracks in the walls of her home. Our Project Design Specialist performed a complete home evaluation. Right away, our specialist, could feel the house was not level when he walked in.
Our crew replaced some slanted, deteriorating wooden posts with metal Smart Jacks. This leveled the house and also prevented further damage.
Betty was happy with the results and the clean up.
Quail Valley resident Laura J. contacted Saber regarding cracks in the walls of her home. Our Project Design Specialist performed a complete inspection of Laura's home.
Our crew replaced the wood support posts with all metal Smart Jacks and concrete bases.
Laura was satisfied with the completed job and the clean up.
Rancho Mirage resident Ronald L. contacted Saber regarding trip hazards in his swimming pool area. Our Project Design Specialist performed a complete evaluation.
Our crew used our PolyLevel process to level the cement slabs surrounding the pool. We then caulked the spaces between the slabs.
Ronald was satisfied with the completed job and the clean up.
Wildomar resident Scott R. contacted Saber regarding a trip hazard in a commonly used area. Our Project Design Specialist performed a complete evaluation.
Our crew used our PolyLevel process, to raise the sunken slab, to the same level as the other slabs.
Scott was happy with the results and the clean up.
Idyllwild resident Sean E. contacted Saber in regards to cracks in his home's foundation and deck. Our Project Design Specialist performed a complete evaluation of Sean's home.
Our crew used Saber's PolyLevel Injection Process to level and strengthen the foundation of Sean's home and deck. The attached picture shows the deck area after it has been leveled, and the cracks have been caulked.
Sean was happy with the result of Saber's work and clean up.
Corona home flipper Bruce contacted Saber regarding a pool deck with trip hazards. Bruce was looking to resale the home. Saber's Progect Design Specialist performed a complete inspection of the pool area.
Our crew used State-of-the-Art PolyLevel Injection Process to level the sinking cement slabs. We then applied Nexus Plus to fill the gaps between the cement slabs.
Bruce like the result of this work, and the crew's clean up when the work was finished. The attached picture shows the finished work of our crew.
Corona resident Robert contacted Saber regarding Trip Hazards on his Driveway. Saber's Project Design Specialist performed a thorough inspection. Voids had formed under the driveway. These voids were caused by shifting soil. Some sections of concrete were sinking, causing trip hazards.
Saber's crew drilled holes in the concrete slabs, that were sinking. We then injected our State-of-the-Art PolyLevel into the voids. This raised and the sunken slabs and eliminated the trip hazards. The attached picture shows the driveway joints being taped and the holes drilled.
Robert was happy with the result of the work, and the crew's clean up.
Riverside resident Paulina contacted Saber regarding Sagging floors in her home and cracks on the walls. Saber's Project Design Specialist completed a thorough inspection of Paulina's home. The home's foundation was settling due to shifts in the soils.
Our Crew strengthened the foundation by Excavating Holes and attaching Push Piers to the base of it. We then stabilized the floors by installing Steel Beams to the floor Joists and supporting these Beams with all metal Smart Jacks.
Paulina was satisfied with the results, and the crew's clean up.
Palm Springs resident Sylvie contacted Saber regarding water drainage in a area outside of her home seeping into the structure. Saber's Project Design Specialist performed a inspection of Sylvie's home. A void had formed under a section of the slab. The section was sinking. This was creating the standing water issue.
Saber's crew drilled holes through the concrete slab and into the void. We then filled the void using our State-of-the-Art PolyLevel Injection Process. This lifted the slab and made the slab elevation consistant. This solved the standing water issue and moisture in the home. The attached picture shows the slab after the PolyLevel Injection Process was used.
Sylvie was satisfied with the result.
Temecula resident Chris contacted Saber regarding Trip Hazards Formed by cracks and sinking slabs on his concrete driveway. Our Project Design Specialist performed a Free and thorough Homeowner inspection of the property. Shifting soils had created voids under the concrete driveway. The attached picture shows the trip hazard that formed when one of the slabs started sinking.
Saber's crew drilled holes through the concrete and into the voids. We then injected polyurethane to fill the voids. This raised the slabs that had sunk. Saber then sanded the drilled holes until they were smooth. The Trip Hazards had been eliminated.
Chris was happy with the result.
Temecula resident Rick S. contacted Saber regarding cracks in the pool deck of his home. Saber's Project Design Specialist performed a thorough and Free Homeowner inspection of Rick's home. Voids were found under the concrete deck. These voids were caused by water leaks in the pool's equipment.
Saber's crew exposed the water leak for Rick to fix. We then filled the voids the leak had created. Rick was happy with Saber finding the cause of the crack in the deck, and fixing this issue. The attached picture is of a void created by the leaking equipment.
Menifee resident Vince contacted Saber regarding more storage for the Crawslspace of his home. Saber's Project Design Specialist performed a complete inspection of Vince's home. We found that the floors were sagging and were in need of being Stabilized and Strengthened.
Our Crew attached Metal crossbeams to strengthen the existing wood Floor Joists. We then added Smart Jacks to give the home's Floors Constant Elevation. The attached Picture shows both components installed in the Crawlspace.
Vince was happy that Saber had corrected his floor issues.
Murrieta resident Susan contacted Saber about Trip Hazards in her driveway. She told us that they had already tried grinding the concrete smooth, and the problem continued to get worse. Sabers Project Design Specialist completed a thorough inspection of Susan's Home. The soil was shifting under the driveway. This had created voids, and had caused one of the concrete slabs to start sinking. The attached picture shows what voids do to concrete slabs.
Our crew drilled holes through the sunken slab and into the void. Then we filled the void with Polyurethane, using our State-of-the-Art PolyLevel Injection Process. This raised the slab that had sunk. Last of all we filled in the drilled holes, and the spaces between the slabs using the Nexus Plus Caulk filling.
Susan and her husband were glad that this safety hazard no longer existed.
Moreno Valley resident Nancy R. contacted Saber stating that she was tired of looking at the cracks and trip hazards on her concrete walkways. Saber's Project Design Specialist found some voids under the walkways. Parts of the concrete were slowly sinking.
Saber's crew, drilled holes through the concrete and into the voids. We filled the voids and lifted the sunken concrete. This stopped the cracking from spreading and eliminated the Trip Hazards. The attached picture shows the completed work.
Nancy was happy with the results.
Banning resident Pelton T. contacted Saber wanting to Seismic Retrofit his home in 1952.
Our Crew installed Universal Foundation Plates and A35 Framing Angles to strengthen the home's connection to it's foundation. These two products are approved by the California Building Code.
Pelto now has peace of mind that his home won't slide off of it's foundation during a earthquake.
Hemet resident Bryce B. contacted Saber regarding his deck starting to slide down the hill it was built on. Our Project Design Specialist completed a Free Homeowner inspection of Bryce's home.
Our crew drilled holes into the concrete deck, and into the voids, that had formed from shifting soils. Then Saber filled the voids using our State-of-the-Art PolyLevel Injection Process. This raised the concrete slabs that had been sinking. The attached picture shows one of the voids.
Bryce was happy with his new stabilized deck.
Riverside resident Reggie G. contacted Saber regarding sagging floors in his home. Saber's Project Design Specialist performed a thorough inspection of Reggie's home. Some of the Floor Joists were weakened from age, and several of the floor support posts were in the process of sliding off of their concrete bases.
Our Crew installed new concrete bases for the new wood support posts. Then the new posts were secured to their base with joists with steel braces. The attached picture shows one such post that Saber installed.
The floors now have consistant elevation, and Reggie has peace of mind.
Cathedral City resident Rick C. contacted Saber regarding Trip Hazards in his pool deck. Our Project Design Specialist performed a Free Homeowner Inspection of Rick's home. Voids had formed underneath some of the concrete slabs. These slabs were sinking slowly into these voids. Saber recommended our State-of-the-Art PolyLevel Injection Process. We would drill holes through the slabs, fill the voids with Polyurethane, thus lifting the areas that had sunk. Rick received a copy of the inspection report and our quote.
Aguanga resident Robert Y. contacted Saber in regards to sagging floors in his home. Saber's Project Design Specialist performed a Free Homeowner inspection. The Crawlspace had several floor support posts that were in the process of sliding off of their concrete bases. Saber recommended attaching crossbeams to the existing floor joists. Then we recommended supporting these new crossbeams with all metal Smart Jacks. Robert received Saber's 30 day written quote and a copy of the home inspection.
Grand Terrace resident Charles M contacted Saber regarding cracks that were appearing in the walls of his home. Saber's Project Design Specialist performed a thorough and free homeowner inspection of Charles home. Voids had formed under the foundation. This was caused by shifting soils. This had caused the foundation to sink in areas. The foundation was cracking. The support posts in the crawl space were also sliding off of their bases. The attached picture shows one of the sliding support posts.
We gave Charles the inspection report and our quote to fix these issues.
Homeland resident Kay S. contacted Saber regarding getting thge Crawlspace in her home insulated. Our Project Design Specialist performed a Free Homeowner Inspection. We recommended that a dehumidifier be installed along with CleanSpace. This would prevent moisture and mildew from forming. The CleanSpace would make the space warmer. Kay received a written inspection report and our quote.
Mountain Center resident Matthew Z. contacted Saber regarding cracks that he was noticing in his foundation and his back deck. His home was built in 1964. Our Project Design Specialist performed a Free Homeowner Inspection. Voids were causing areas of the foundation to sink. This was creating cracks in the concrete and some of the reinfored steel I Beams. Saber recommended installing a Foundation Pier System. This would lift the areas that had sunk and give the foundation a consistant elevation. Matthew now has a copy of Saber's two hour inspection report, and a quote to fix this issue.
Nuevo resident Richard B. contacted Saber regarding cracks in the driveway of his home. These cracks were creating Trip Hazards. Our Project Design Specialist performed a Free Homeowner Inspection, and found that voids had formed under Richard's driveway. Saber recommended filling these voids with Polyurethane by using our State-of-the-Art PolyLevel Injection Process. This would lift the sinking areas of concrete and eliminate the trip hazards. Richard received a copy of Saber's Home Inspection Report and our 30 day quote.
North Palm Springs resident Daniel D. contacted Saber regarding the cracking of the concrete floors in his home. Our Project Design Specialist found voids under the Foundation. The Foundation was sinking. We recommended Foundation Pier installation to Lift and Strengthen The Foundation. Filling the voids with Polyurethane would further Stabilize the Foundation. Daniel did receive a copy of his Home Inspection Report.
Winchester resident Betty H. contacted Saber regarding cracks in the walls of the home, and the garage floor. Saber's Project Design Specialist performed a Free Homeowner Inspection. The cracks were caused by shifting soils. Voids had been created. The home's Foundation was sinking into these voids. Saber suggested attaching Push Piers to the Foundation. Once pressurized, these Piers will lift and strengthen the home's Foundation. We also suggested filling the Voids with Polyurethane, using Saber's PolyLevel Injection Process.
Sedona Apartments Manager Greg R. , in Moreno Valley, contacted Saber regarding fixing Trip Hazards in the common area sidewalks (attached picture). Saber's Project Design Specialist performed a thorough inspection of the property.
Our Crew Ground the concrete down to a consistent elevation. This eliminated the Trip Hazards.
Greg was happy with the end result, and our crew's clean up.
Moreno Valley resident Richard B. contacted Saber regarding patio issues. Both sides of the patio were sloping toward the middle, forming a V shape. See attched Picture. Saber's inspection revealed that a large Void had formed under the concrete.
Our Crew drilled holes into the Void and filled it with Polyurethane, using our State-of-the-Art PolyLevel Injection Process. The sunken parts of the slabs were lifted. The Patio now has a consistent elevation.
Murrieta resident Tim R. contacted Saber regarding sticking doors and windows in his home. Saber's Project Design Specialist found a very large Void, under the Foundation of Tim's home, during our Inspection. Please see the attached picture. The Foundation was weakening, and sinking into this Void.
Our crew excavated holes next to the Foundation and attached Push Piers to the Foundation. When pressurized, the Piers Lifted and Strengthened Tim's Foundation. Then we filled this void with Polyurethane, to keep it from expanding. This also Stabilized Tim's Foundation.
Anza resident Eric W. contacted Saber regarding Sagging Floors, and Hard to Open Windows and Doors. Our Project Design Specialist performed a thorough Home Inspection. Voids were discovered under the Foundation, causing it to sink. The components used, to install these Support Posts, weren't California Building Code Approved. See attached Picture.
Saber recommended attaching Foundation Piers and Pressurizing them, to Lift the Foundation back to a Consistent Elevation. These Piers Strengthen the Foundation. Then we suggested Filling the Voids with Polyurethane, to Stabilize the Foundation. Last of all we thought that attaching steel I Beams, to the existing Floor Joists, would Stabilize the Floors. We would then install All Metal Smart Jacks and Pressurize them. This would give the Floor Consistent Elevation, and eliminate the sagging. Eric received a copy Of Saber's Free Home Inspection Report.
Riverside resident Chuck C. contacted Saber regarding Buckling Sidewalks in the Complex that he managed. Sabers Project Design Specialist perfomed a thorough inspection of the Property. Tree and Bush Roots were causing the Trip Hazards to form.
Saber's crew removed the Concrete Slabs that had buckled. Then, the intrusive roots were removed. Forms were built, and the ground was prepared for new Concrete to be poured. New Concrete Slabs were poured and Finished. See attached picture.
Chuck now has Peace of Mind.
Temecula resident Rick S. contacted Saber regarding Trip Hazards that were getting worse on his Patio. Saber's Project Design Specialist performed a Thorough Inspection of Rick's Home. This inspection is free to Homeowners. Voids were located under the Patio.
Saber's crew filled the Voids with Polyurethane, by using our State-of-the-Art PolyLevel Injection Process. This eliminated the Trip Hazards. The attached Picture shows a Saber Crew member cleaning up afterwards.
Larry S. contacted Saber because he was having issues with his concrete. After speaking with him, we determined that he would be a great candidate for our free evaluation for homeowners.
In the evaluation, Saber's Design Specialist determined that the concrete issues were caused by moisture getting into the soil underneath his concrete through years of cracking. Our Design Specialist determined that Larry needed Saber's Concrete Protection Program, which includes injecting polyurethane to fill all voids and Nexus Pro to seal all cracks and joints.
PolyLevel Foreman Scott L. and crew arrived on time and ready to work. They filled all voids, and sealed all joints and cracks to prevent further damage.
Larry was very happy with the work performed by Scott and crew, saying "The results turned out better than expected."