The Before Picture shows a Large crack in the middle of a Foundation.
The After Picture shows the result of the cracked concrete being cut out and removed, and new concrete being poured.
The Before Picture shows a tilted and sinking cement slab in a swimming pool deck. This was creating trip and possible injury hazards.
The After Picture shows the solution in progress. Concrete was removed and holes were dug next to the swimming pool. Then Rebar and Push Piers were installed to stop the swimming pool from shifting with the soil. Later these holes were filled with concrete.
The Before Picture is a Pool Deck that is cracking. This is a Trip Hazard.
The After Picture shows a crack repaired and filled. Trip Hazard Eliminated.
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An investigation of a property in Encinitas, California, found that the foundation should be supported by means of underpinning, in the areas of failure. In addition to supporting the foundation, it is also important to raise the foundation to maximum practical recovery, to prevent future failure.
A crew was scheduled to fix the issue, they installed seven push piers, under the foundation footings, to the load bearing stratum. Once the piers were installed and the brackets placed, the crew then lifted the home to maximum practical recovery. Once the lift was completed the rear deck was leveled, by repositioning the support beams.
The customer was very satisfied with the outcome of the project.
In San Diego, California, Saber was contracted to repair a homeowners foundation issues. The homeowner, Laura D., had noticed that the floors were sagging in areas and the walls had cracks, and the doors and windows throughout the home had become harder to open and close. The homeowner, had researched the internet and found Saber, she liked the feedback she saw from other happy consumer's and liked the fact the company was reputable and has been in the area for many years.
Saber sent out a sales representative to inspect the property and give the homeowner a free estimate, on the repairs. The finding determined that the home did in fact have severe settlement issues which caused cracks in the slab and other noticeable problems with the foundation. This type of settlement is usually caused by a shift in the soils supporting the foundation. The recommendation to the homeowner was to use the Push Pier System, by Foundation Supportworks, Inc, as well as in the area of sagging floors and the crawlspace the SmartJack™ system would be installed. The homeowner was impressed with the professionalism of the Saber sales rep and was ready to sign the contract.
The Saber office then scheduled a crew to go to the home and complete the job. The crew began by digging 10 holes, and installing the Push Piers, by Foundation Supportworks, this installation is rather easy and the effects are immediate. push Piers are easily driven into the ground beneath the home until they hit hard solid supporting soils. Brackets were then attached to the foundation footings and driven in at the right angle to transfer the lifting from the pier to the home's foundation. During the installation 2 areas of concrete had to be removed to install piers, and in all 12 piers were installed.
In Addition, to the push pier system, the home also had a crawlspace in which the crew installed 14 SmartJacks™. The SmartJack™ system is used to stabilize and level girders and floor joists. The crew excavated a 2' cube of soil at each SmartJack™ location. The holes were then filled with an engineered fill that consists of tightly-compacted crushed stone. A concrete base was then placed and leveled on top of the fill. Next, steel columns were cut to the appropriate height to fit in the crawlspace. The steel column and its components were assembled and connected to the girder, and the SmartJacks™ were then tightened into place. The above floors and walls were then lifted back into their original position, and the noticeable sagging floor was no longer an issue.
Once the installation of the piers and the SmartJacks™ was complete, the crew then repaired the cracks that had formed due to the settlement. The homeowner now notices that the floor no longer sag, and the doors and windows that were once hard to open and close, now open and close with ease. The homeowner was very happy with the work preformed, by Saber.
In San Diego, California, Saber Foundations was contracted to repair a home with settlement issues. The windows and doors had begun to stick and the slab had cracks in it indicating that the settlement of the foundation, or the soils beneath it rather, was a major concern. This type of settling is usually caused by a shift in the soils supporting the foundation, as the California heat takes its tool on many elements, it also shrinks the clay in the supporting soils. With the Push Pier System, by Foundation Supportworks, Inc, installation is easy and the effects are immediate. Push Piers are easily driven into the ground beneath a home until they hit hard solid supporting soils. Brackets are attached to the foundation footing to drive the piers in at the right angle and to transfer the lifting from the pier to the home’s foundation.
During this installation 2 Push Piers were installed. These piers work together to transfer the weight of the structure to the strong soils or bedrock below. After installation, a void was added under the home, to prevent the structure from future foundation issues. Also, the cracks that had formed int he slab were then repaired, by epoxy injection. The homeowner can now rest easy knowing that the foundation of the home is repaired and the signs of the soils shifting will no longer be an issue.
Theresa M. was concerned about her homes movement that she noticed after that San Diego's 7.0 quake easter 2010. After research online she determined that Saber had the best reviews and would be the best company to evaluate the property. Her home was built in 1952, 850 square feet with garage and basement below.
Upon inspection, Saber’s Project Specialist, Daniel G. proposed to install 19 retro fit brackets to reinforce the foundation.
Saber's certified Crawl Space crew utilized Simpson Strong Tie seismic plates connecting the wood structure of the home to the concrete foundation. The seismic upgrade took one day to complete. Theresa is now content with the fact that the property is once again stable and has been reinforced in the event of another earthquake, which in California is inevitable.
Homeowners in Santee, California, had noticed that the deck around their pool had begun to sink in areas and was causing unsightly trip hazards. After doing some research about the methods to fix the damage caused by the soil settlement below the slab, the homeowners 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 also 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 insisted the help of Saber to fix their pool deck. The crew from Saber arrived promptly at the scheduled date and time. The work was competed much to the homeowners satisfaction. There was a hang up at one point during the process, and the Saber team made sure to inform the homeowner of the issues and their options. The issue was that there was an area that had been to tight for the foam injection, if injected more cracks would have been caused, so the fix was to grind down that area, rather then leave it as is or try to add the injection. The homeowner was very pleased with the work preformed and says she would hire the Saber crew again in a heartbeat!
Saber was contracted to fix a home with settlement issues, in San Diego, California. The homeowners had noticed signs of settlement in the interior and exterior of the home. There was also a significant crack in the foundation slab. They knew something needed to be done, before the issue became worse.
With the PolyLEVEL™ system, Saber was able to stabilize the soils beneath the home's foundation as well as lift the slab. Once the PolyLEVEL™ was injected the signs of the soils failure began to disappear, almost immediately. The cracks in the slab began to close and the interior and exterior cracks that had formed also closed. The Saber team then had to do some crack repair on the significant slab crack, by stitching the crack and stapling the rebar. Now the signs of settlement are gone and the homeowners can enjoy their home once again.
Homeowners in Chula Vista, California had noticed several areas in and around their home that were cause for concern. There were cracks forming in the interior and exterior walls of the home and doors and windows were becoming harder to open and close. After researching contractors in their area, the homeowners chose Saber and we quickly got a crew out to get to work. The crew had to saw cut and removed several areas of concrete to place the piers in the correct locations around the home for maximum practical recovery. Saber installed 10 push piers at the designated pier locations and they also installed 7 helical anchors with retrofit brackets at the specified locations on the design map. The homeowners were kept informed of any issues or changes that needed to be made during the process. Once the piers had been installed and the lift preformed, the crew then backfilled the holes where each pier was located. The homeowners no longer see the effect of the foundation's settlement, the cracks in the walls have been closed and the doors and windows are significantly easier to open and close.
Homeowners in Spring Valley, California, had started to notice a lot of cracking in the interior and exterior of their home. They as noticed huge cracks that had formed in the slab of their patio deck. These are all signs of soil settlement. This type of settlement is due to the expansive soils beneath the homes foundation. The homeowners knew they needed to find a fix for this issue before it became much more serious. The homeowners did some research and found Saber, they set an appointment for a Saber design specialist to come to the property for a free property evaluation. The design specialist proposed that the home be stabilized and lifted to maximum practical recovery using Push Piers. It was also proposed to repair the cracks that had formed in the slabs and then use PolyLEVEL™ to fill any void that may have been caused due to the lift of the property. The Saber crew was then scheduled to complete the project. The Crew arrived and went to work using the proposed design to map out the pier locations, once the locations had been determined the crew began to excavate the areas in order to place the piers at the proper locations. Sixteen Push Piers were placed around the property and then the lift of the property was preformed. Once the lift had been completed the PolyLEVEL™ was injected beneath the foundation to fill any voids and the home is now stabilized and lifted to maximum practical recovery, The homeowners no longer see the signs of settlement that once plaqued their home. The cracks that had formed are now closed and any doors and windows that were hard to open and close are no longer an issue.
Homeowners in San Diego, California, had started to notice a lot of cracking in the interior and exterior of their home. They also noticed separation that had formed in the slab of their patio deck. These are all signs of soil settlement. This type of settlement is due to the expansive soils beneath the homes foundation. The homeowners knew they needed to find a fix for this issue before it became much more serious. The home is built on a slop so the settlement is can become a major issue if not corrected. The homeowners did some research and found Saber, they set an appointment for a Saber design specialist to come to the property for a free property evaluation. The design specialist proposed that the home be stabilized and lifted to maximum practical recovery using Push Piers. It was also proposed to use helical anchors for lateral support, and then use PolyLEVEL™ to fill any void that may have been caused due to the lift of the property. The Saber crew was then scheduled to complete the project. The Crew arrived and went to work using the proposed design to map out the pier locations, some locations required concrete to be cut and removed to get to the footing, once the locations had been determined the crew began to excavate the areas in order to place the piers at the proper locations. Ten Push Piers were placed around the property as well as six Helical Anchors. During the process of installing the piers, it was noted that the piers had to go down deeper then originally planned to hit bedrock or stabile soils beneath the foundation, once they hit bed rock the set up process and lift could be conducted. Then the lift and stabilization of the property was preformed. Once the lift had been completed the PolyLEVEL™ was injected beneath the foundation to fill any voids and the home is now stabilized and lifted to maximum practical recovery, The homeowners no longer see the signs of settlement that once plaqued their home. The cracks that had formed are now closed and any doors and windows that were hard to open and close are no longer an issue. The homeowners are happy to know that the home is also has lateral support.
Homeowners in Oceanside, CA, noticed some signs of settlement throughout their home. They were having issues with the opening and closing of windows and doors, and other signs included the cracking of the slabs and cracks in walls or the interior and exterior of the home. The homeowners knew it was now time to take action, before the issues became much more severe. The homeowners did some research and found Saber to be the best choice. The design specialist from Saber was scheduled to do a property evaluation for the homeowners. The design specialist proposed to the homeowners, to repair the foundation. The proposal was to remove concrete and add push piers at the foundations footings in specific locations around the property, then a lift would be attempted and PolyLEVEL™ would be injected beneath the foundation to further stabilize the property from and future settlement. Once the proposal was approved and signed by the homeowner, the Saber crew was scheduled to complete the project. The Saber crew showed up at the jobsite and began work immediately. Ten areas of concrete was removed so that the soils around the foundation could be excavated. Once the excavation was completed the crew then installed the push piers at each location. The piers were then set up to start the lift of the property once the lift was completed the PolyLEVEL™ was injected beneath the foundation to prevent the property from future soil settlement. Once the void had been filled the crew then filled the holes that had been excavated and the concrete that was removed was replaced with fresh new concrete. The homeowners no longer will see the signs of settlement, the doors and windows that were once hard to open and close will no longer be an issue.
Homeowners in San Diego needed to have their foundation repaired. They did some research and found Saber to be the best option. The Saber crew arrived at the home in a timely manner and began the project. The first thing that needed to be completed was to remove concrete in one area of the property to excavate the soils and expose the foundation footings. Once this process was completed the crew then installed 3 push piers to lift and stabilize the home. Once the piers had been installed and the lift completed the holes were then backfilled and the concrete that was removed, was then re-poured. The homeowners now have piece of mind knowing that they biggest investment is stabile and no longer has signs of settlement.
Homeowners in Lake Forest were noticing sloping and bowing of the floors and walls throughout their home. They knew there was an issue that needed to be addressed. They researched companies on the Internet, to find a company with integrity and knowledge of the issues that they were experiencing in their home. Then found Saber to be the best option and immediately called to set an appointment for their free property evaluation. Based on the investigation performed on the foundation, was recommended that the foundation be supported by means of underpinning in the areas of failure. In addition to supporting the foundation from further failure, the foundation should also be raised to "maximum practical recovery". The method of underpinning recommended is to install Push Piers into the soil to the bedrock beneath the foundation. It was also recommended that a new girder beam be installed and then smart jacks added for more support. The Saber crew excavated the areas around the footing to place the two recommended push piers. They then replaced the girder beam and installed adjustable steel Smart Jacks by digging a 24'X24" foundation pit, filling it with compacted crushed rock creating an engineered fill, then they installed a precast foundation base, attached and adjusted two Smart Jacks for proper elevation and load bearing of the supporting floor. The home no longer shows signs of settlement the sloping and bowing that was once evident is no longer an issue.
Homeowners in Lake Forest, California had noticed signs of settlement throughout their home; they had large cracks forming in the slab of the foundation and cracks forming around doorframes throughout the home. The homeowners knew that the issues were significant enough to have someone come out and evaluate the problem. The homeowners researched many companies in and around the area and found Saber, they scheduled an appointment for and Saber design specialist to come out to their home and evaluate their property. The finding was that the homeowners did have an underling settlement issue. This issue is mostly due to the settlement of soils, this type of settlement is due to the expansive soils beneath the homes foundation. The soils expand and shrink due to the changes in the climate and leave voids, which in turn cause settlement, and that is when the cracking and shifting begins. It was proposed to have three push piers installed to stabilize and lift the property. The Homeowners were really impressed with the Saber design and were ready to fix the homes foundation issues. The Saber crew arrived at the home and went to work, three holes were excavated at the foundations footings and the piers were installed. Once the piers were installed they were set up for the lift to begin, the lift was completed and then PolyLEVEL™ was injected to fill any voids and prevent future settlement. Once the PolyLEVEL™ was cured the crew backfilled the holes and started the process of stitching the cracks that had formed in the foundation. Using a two-component epoxy injection the crew stitched the cracks and the job was complete. The homeowners can know have piece of mind knowing that their biggest investment is stabilized.
Homeowners in San Diego, California, had noticed some signs of settlement at their home. They knew that the issue would only get worse so they called on Saber Geotechnical Construction Solutions to assist them with the repairs of their investment. The home had signs of settlement in the interior walls as well as the exterior of the home. The design specialist from Saber proposed that the home be stabilized using the push pier system. In order to place the piers at the right locations along the property concrete needed to be removed to allow for excavating at the foundation footings. One area of concrete need to be removed to place a pier. Then the locations needed to be excavated. Once the locations had been excavated 3 piers were placed, one at each location. Once the piers had been placed they were set up for the lift. The home was then lifted to maximum practical recovery, the concrete area that needed to be removed was then re-poured, and the job was complete. The homeowner no longer sees the signs of settlement and has piece of mind knowing that the home is now stabilized.
A home in Vista, California was suffering from settlement issues, the signs of settlement in the home were very evident from cracks in the walls and ceilings, to sticking doors and windows. The homeowner knew something needed to be done to fix the issues that were occurring at the home. The homeowner did some research and found that Saber was the company for him. The design specialist proposed that the foundation be repaired using push piers and polyLEVEL™ for stabilization and lift to maximum practical recovery. The Saber production crew was scheduled to complete the project. They arrived at the home and went straight to work, excavation holes at the proposed pier locations for the best results. They then installed the piers. The piers were installed at the foundations footings and driven into the ground until they reached bedrock below. They were then set up to lit the property, once the lift was compete the polyLEVEL™ was injected to further stabilize the property and attempt to lift the property more. Once the lift and PolyLEVEL™ injection was completed the holes were then backfilled. The cracks that had formed around the property were then repaired by the Saber crew, they repaired the cracks that had formed in the walls and slabs around the property. The homeowner was very pleased with the work completed and is happy to know his investment is now stabilized.
Saber was contracted to repair a foundation in Fallbrook, California. The home had many cracks throughout in the slab and also in the walls and ceiling of the property. The Saber crew used two push piers at specified locations to help stabilize the home and prevent it from any future settlement. Once the piers were installed and the lift and stabilization of the home was complete the crew went to work repairing the large cracks that had formed around the property, Using an epoxy injection the crew closed up the cracks. Once the cracks had been sealed the homeowner can now lay new flooring and repaint the walls and ceilings as needed, instead of just covering up the issue the homeowner is happy to know that the foundation issue is resolved and the home is now stabilized from future settlement.
Homeowners in San Diego, 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. Once the CleanSpace was complete, the vents that were once needed around the home, are no longer needed so the Saber crew added vent covers to the ten existing vented areas around the home. 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.
A home in La Jolla, CA, had some serious foundation settlement issues, the homeowners knew something needed tone fixed or the value of their property would be lost due to these issues. The homeowners researched and found Saber to be their best option. The Crew from Saber installed piers around the exterior of the home as well as some interior piers to fix the foundation settlement issues. Some areas of concrete needed to be removed to complete the project, as well as cabinets that were located in the garage area. The cabinets needed to be removed so that the concrete they were resting on could be cut out, and the soil beneath could be excavated. Some of the piers located around the home had to go down an extra depth before hitting the bedrock below, the crew needed to use safety ladders to get in and out of the holes that were excavated because of the footings being so deep. The crews worked hard to get the pier installed so that the new concrete could be poured and the concrete could start to set up. The homeowners needed the concrete to dry before they could replace the cabinets that were removed. The project was completed and the concrete was re-poured. The homeowners are happy knowing their in vestment is once again stabilized and the value of their property is no long a worry.
A homeowner in San Diego, was experiencing water damage and dampness in the crawlspace of the home. The homeowner knew that letting the water just sit, was not only doing damage to the home but also could possibly be causing harm to the family living in the home. The water could be causing mold to grow and the health of the family could be compromised. The homeowner found Saber and scheduled for a Design Specialist to visit the property for an evaluation. The Specialist found that the home would benefit from the CleanSpace encapsulation, installed by Saber. There was standing water in areas of the crawlspace that needed to be dried out, before the CleanSpace could be installed. A CleanSpace crew from Saber was scheduled to begin work on the property, they started off by regrading the crawlspace for proper drainage. Once the drainage was complete and the water had been dried out of the crawlspace, the CleanSpace liner was then installed. The installation included a smart sump and a drainage exit line to kept out the moisture. Then an ever last door was installed and all vents where then covered. The homeowner now has piece of mind knowing the home is moisture free and risk the families health is no longer an issue.
A home in El Segundo, California was suffering from serious foundation settlement. Large cracks had formed in the slab and walls of the home. The homeowner was concerned with what was going on with the home, so they began to research options on how to repair or replace the foundation. They found that replacing the foundation all together would not only be extremely expensive, but also very time consuming. The homeowner knew that wanted something for a permanent fix, but something that would not break the bank. The homeowners researched several options and found that Saber with their many years in business and positive reviews would be the best option. A design specialist from Saber came to the property and competed an evaluation. The homeowner liked the proposal and set an appointment for the crew to come out and get the work started. The crew came out to the home and prepped 6 areas where piers would be located in order to repair the foundation of the home. The holes were excavated and the piers were installed. Once that was complete the holes were backfilled, the cracks that had formed around the home were then filled using an epoxy injection. The crew also injected PolyLEVEL™ beneath the homes foundation to fill any voids that may have formed, and to protect the home from any future settlement.
A home in Lake Forest was suffering from sagging floors throughout the home. The homeowners were concerned with the floors and knew something needed to be done to fix the issue before it became more severe. The homeowners found Saber and knew it was the right choice for them. They made the appointment for the design specialist to come to the home and compete a property evaluation. The specialist proposed that the home needed a new girder beam installed along with SmartJacks to further stabilize the home and lift the sagging floors. The Saber crew was schedule to repair the foundation. They removed the old rotted girder beam and replaced it with a new one, they then install SmartJacks in two areas to support the beam and raise the sagging floors. The SmartJacks were installed and adjusted to raise the beam and support the floors. The home is now stabilized and the floors that were once sagging are no longer an issue. The homeowner is very pleased with the work completed and would recommend Saber to anyone with foundation issues.
Homeowners in San Diego, were looking for ways to make their home more energy efficient and to keep moisture out of their homes crawlspace. After spending many hours researching the different ways to resolve their issues, they found that Saber and the CleanSpace encapsulation installed be Saber was the best option for them. CleanSpace encapsulation is a 20 mil thick plastic liner, similar to a pool liner that can be fitted in your crawlspace to completely seal off your home from the earth. The material is incredibly durable, will last as long as the home, and will stay in place. Not only does CleanSpace make the homes crawlspace moisture free, and makes the home more energy efficient it also adds space for storage. The Saber CleanSpace installation crew was scheduled to complete the project, they arrived at the site and went right to work. The crew installed 812 sqft of CleanSpace to the homes crawlspace area. The process to install the CleanSpace began with the a dimpled polyethylene membrane under the CleanSpace liner which allows for water to flow to a sump in the crawlspace, once this is installed, the lining is then attached to the walls with fasteners that are permanently driven into the walls. The Saber crew worked diligently to complete the crawlspace. Once the crawlspace was completed the old vents were removed and the spaces were then covered to keep out moisture. The homeowners can now not only enjoy the energy efficiency of the CleanSpace, but also the added benefits: CleanSpace has an antimicrobial additive manufactured into the material, which prevents mold growth on the liner. This additive is odorless and safe.
Our PolyLevel foreman, Richard Whitehead, and his team, traveled to Fire Station No. 9, in La Jolla/ San Diego, to help remedy their slab floor's significant movement and fissure issues. After years of heavy fire truck and equipment use, small to medium hairline cracks had appeared throughout the station floor.
Upon diagnosis, It was found that the movement was most centered at the interior expansion joint. High density 4 lb. joint sealant, PolyLevel, was injected 6 feet in every direction from the control joint.
Saber and PolyLevel fixed the fire station's problem by solidifying the existing soils and filling small voids; stopping movements in the slabs. Now, Station 9's fleet can drive to emergencies feeling secure that their floor slabs won't move and compromise their life saving equipment.
Foreman Dustin Wyatt and his team were tasked with helping a family in Solana Beach rid their crawlspace of moisture and preventing it from causing the temperature in their home to rise. They were experiencing astonomical electric bills and needed a permanent solution.
Though there were no visible signs, the Saber team used a hygrometer to detect humidity in the crawlspace. After diagnosing the problem, Saber proceeded to begin with drainage matting, allowing any water to flow out in the event there is a broken pipe or something else causing extremely wet conditions. A pink wall was tehn attached to the concrete foundation wall, acting as a vapor barrier accompanied by caulking.
Saber's blue matting is then cut and and placed on top of the drainage matting and attached to the pink wall using posts and seamless tape.
Saber was able to solve the homeowner's problem of a humid and moist crawlspace by installing CleanSpace to prevent any humidity entering the crawlspace to no longer touch the soil and create moisture, therefore greatly reducing the amount of relative humidity throughou their home. The homeowner was very interested in the process, was present to view the installation, and is more than pleased with the final result.
An apartment in San Diego was observed by management to have numerous cracks throughout the stucco. When a Project Design Specialist from Saber came to evaluate their problem, the building was found to have significant settling.
Foreman, Joe Delgado, and his team began work soon after. First, Saber exposed the footing, removing tile and concrete. Five piers were installed to stabalize the side of the building that settled. The piers proved to be a permanent fix, preventing any further settlement of the affected area.
The customer was pleased with the efficiency of the Saber team and proceeded to leave a great review. The site of work completed was left in better condition than before the project began.
Saber's customer in El Cajon had noticed numerous symptoms of foundation settlement in her home. There were cracks on the interior walls of the home, and their windows wouldn't close properly at one end of the home.
In order to provide a permanent fix for her foundation issue, Saber's team installed push piers and poly level. This helped to level the slab and to stabalize her foundation.
A recently purchased home was found to have had 10 feet of wide cracks along the foundation that lined the garage wall. There were no other cracks in the garage floor or on other walls.
Saber's team came in to fix the homeowner's problem by using Polylevel foam and stitching the cracks with rebar stapling. The customer was pleased with the final result and offered to refer Saber to anyone that needed foundation crack repair.
The Escondido homeowner was experiencing cracking on his foundation slab and exterior separation of the driveway from the home. When Saber came to evaluate the problem and propose a solution, it was decided upon to install push piers along the exterior of the home to stabalize.
Foreman Joe Delgado and his team were able to successfully stabalize the home and replace the concrete where the piers were placed. The homeowner was pleased with the results and expressed his thanks for the improvements on his home.
A home in the Borrego Springs area was in dire need of Saber's services when they called to schedule an inspection and free estimate. There were doors and windows in their home not closing square, and the concrete around their property was sinking and cracking. The home was on a slab foundation. The project design specialist determined that hydraulic push piers would be the best solution to lift and stabilize the home. PolyLevel was also set as a solution to lift the surrounding walkways and patio area of the home.
Once the piering and Polylevel team arrived at the home, they had their work cut out for them. Concrete needed to be removed in order to place the piers under the home, embedding into stable bedrock below the settling soil. Six piers were placed in order to lift and stabilize the home. Concrete was then replaced above the piers.
PolyLevel was inserted underneath the sinking concrete areas by drilling small holes and pumping in the PolyLevel, all while closely monitoring the level of the concrete. Once the maximum possible lift was achieved, the holes were patched wiht concrete and the walkways and patio were at full load bearing capability in less than an hour.
The homeowners were very pleased with the results and thanked Saber for improving their home life. They were able to close all doors and windows completely, and their slab was level!
A home in Ramona, Ca was suffering from spider web-like cracks in the garage that were progressively getting bigger over time. The homeowners also were concerned about the horizontal cracks in their driveway and the fact that one corner of the driveway had dropped and split about 1/4". They called Saber to come out for a free estimate and solution to their problem.
Saber, after their inspection of the driveway and garage, determined that PolyLevel would be the best solution to the problem the homeowners were having. There was no lift necessary, but the foam was used to stabilize the garage floor and the driveway slabs.
Once work got underway, small holes were drilled in strategic areas within the garage and driveway, where PolyLevel foam was injected, stabilizing the concrete. The holes were then patched, making them barely noticeable. After the final cleanup was completed, the customer reviewed the work done and was pleased with the results.
A family in Imperial Beach, Ca were looking to renovate areas of their home, including the kitchen. Once they started exploring what needed to be done, they found that their kitchen floor was sagging. They wanted to begin renovations within 30 days and knew they had to fix the flooring before new furniture, flooring, and appliances went in. They called numerous companies to diagnose the problem, and they chose Saber to remedy their flooring issues.
After the Project Design Specialist came to perform a thorough 90-minute inspection of the home, it was found that their kitchen floors did need extra support. A few of the wooden posts needed replacement as well. Saber's SmartJack system was found to be the perfect solution for the job.
A couple weeks later, Saber's production crew was out to the home and the crawl space team efficiently and skillfully placed 5 SmartJacks underneath the home in the designated areas needing support. 3 Wooden posts were also replaced to complete the stability of the project. The homeowners were very pleased with the results and were able to move forward with their kitchen remodel.
Alpine resident Delaine H. contacted Saber about foundation issues with their house. We inspected the house and found cracked concrete in the foundation, and drainage issues in the crawl space. Saber removed and replaced the cracked concrete for the foundation. Saber also installed a new drain and added a sump pump to the crawl space. Saber took care of the permit required by the city.
Coronado resident Larry C. contacted Saber regarding the State of California Earthquake Brace and Bolt promotion. Our Project Design Specialist performed a complete evaluation of Larry's home.
Our crew installed Seismic Retrofitting Universal Foundation Plates, A35 Framing Angles, and Caps to strengthen the foundation of Larry's home.
Larry was happy with the results and the clean up.
Valley Center resident Patricia D. contacted Saber regarding drainage issues in their Crawlspace and outside of her home. Our Project Design Specialist performed a complete inspection of Patricia's home.
Our crew, installed a Sump Pump in the home's Crawlspace. Saber installed Drainage lines as well as drains.
Patricia was happy with the results and the clean up.
Lakeside resident Pat W. contacted Saber regarding concrete cracking, that had become trip hazards around the swimming pool. Saber's Project Design Specialist performed a free homeowner inspection and provided Pat with a report. The ground soils had shifted under the concrete slabs, creating voids. These voids were causing the concrete to crack and ultimately sink.
Our crew injected PolyLevel. This filled the voids and leveled the sinking part of the concrete slab. Pat was happy with the result and the clean up.
La Mesa resident Sally contacted Saber regarding sagging floors. She wanted to remodel her home's kitchen when she noticed this issue. Our Project Design Specialist conducted a free homeowner inspection, evaluation, and quote.
Our crew, installed all metal crossbeams and all metal Smart Jacks to support the floor.
Sally was happy with the completed job and the clean up.
San Marcos resident Jacque contacted Saber regarding his 50 year old rental home. He was concerned with sagging floors being a safety issue. Saber's Project Design Specialist completed a free Homeowner inspection.
Our Crew added All Metal Support Beams, and All Metal Smart Jacks to level the floors. The attached Picture shows one of the 12 All Metal Beams that Saber installed.
Jacque was very satisfied with the result. He was also pleaseed with the clean up after the work was completed.
Poway resident Chris contacted Saber about sagging kitchen floors in his home built in 1985. He wanted to fix this before selling his home. Our Project Design Specialist performed a thorough and Free Homeowner inspection. The concrete slab, that was supporting the home, had a void under it, caused by settling soil.
Our Crew drilled through the concrete slab and filled this void using our State- of- the- Art PolyLEVEL Injection Process. The attached picture shows the equipment we use in the PolyLevel process.We then excavated holes and installed Push Piers to the areas of the Foundation, that had weakened because of the void.
Chris was happy with the result and the clean up.
San Diego resident Peter contacted Saber regarding Trip and Injury Hazards on his swimming pool deck. Saber's Project Design Specialist completed a thorough and free homeowner inspection. The swimming pool deck was moving due to shifting soils.
Saber got the required engineering report before starting work to correct this issue.
Our crew then installed a complete Haunch System, which consists of the following: Concrete square removal, excavating square holes to the depth of the base of the swimming pool, installing Rebar in these holes, installing Push Piers to the pool, which is shown in the atrtached picture, and filling in the holes with concrete. This stabilized the Pool, and will prevent further deck shifting.
Peter was happy with the result and the crew's clean up.
Oceanside resident Angela contacted Saber regarding loose floor tiles in her kitchen. Saber's Project Design Specialist performed a thorough inspection of Angela's Home. We discovered cracks in the Slab Foundation of the home. This home was built in the 60's. These cracks were caused by shifting soils.
Our Crew, removed square portions of the concrete walkway outside of the home. WE disposed the concrete debris. The crew then excavated dirt down to the base of the home's Foundation. Push Piers were attached to the base of the home's Foundation and Pressurized. The attached Picture shows a Saber crew member pressurizing a Foundation Pier. This strengthened the home's Foundation. Then the holes were filled in, tamped down, and new concrete was poured.
Angela was happy with the result of the job, and the clean up.
El Cajon resident Mike contacted Saber regarding a trip hazard on his patio. Mike told us that he was retired and he had already tripped. He stated that the problem had grown worse over the last year. Saber's Project Design Specialist performed a thorough inspection of Mike's home. A void had formed under the patio, causing one of the slabs to sink.
Our Crew drilled holes through the sunken slab into the void. We then used Saber's State-of-the-Art PolyLevel Injection Process to fill the void. The attached picture shows the PolyLevel equipment set up. This raised the slab and eliminated the trip hazard.
Mike was satisfied with the completed work.
San Diego resident Anita contacted Saber regarding cracks in her Pool Deck. Saber's Project Design Specialist performed a inspection of Anita's home. There were some voids caused by shifting soils. Some of the concrete slabs had started to sink, because of these voids.
Our Crew filled the voids using Saber's State-of-the-Art PolyLevel Injection Process. This process raised the slabs that were sinking. Then our crew used the Nexus Plus Process to fill and smooth the spaces between the slabs. This Polyurethane Adhesive will prevent cracks from growing.
Anita was pleased with the results and the clean up.
El Cajon resident Jim contacted Saber regarding cracked and misaligned concrete slabs on two properties that he owned. Both properties had trip hazards, that needed to be fixed quickly. Saber's Project Design Specialist completed a thorough inspection of these walkways. Our specialist determined that concrete grinding would be the best option to fix this issue.
Saber's crew ground the high points of the slabs and cracks down, thus eliminating the trip hazards. The walkways for both properties was completed in one day.
Jim was satisfied with the results and the crew clean up.
David from Vista contacted Saber regarding cracks in a concrete slab at a commercial site. Construction was underway, and voids had formed due to shifting soils.
The Saber crew Drilled holes through the concrete and into the voids. The the voids had PolyLevel Injected into them. This resolved the issue, and allowed David to move forward with his project.
San Diego resident Brian K. contacted Saber regarding Drainage Issues and creating Storage for his home's Crawlpace under his home. Saber's Project Design Specialist performed a thorough inspection of Brian's Home. The Crawlspace also had moisture saturation issues in the soil.
Saber's crew installed a Sump Pump in the Crawlspace. See the attached picture. We also created drainage around Brian's home to prevent further standing water issues. After removing the extra debris, created when we cleared the Crawlspace, and updating the drainage, Saber installed CleanSpace Drainage mats, liners, and wraps in the Crawlspace. A Dehumidifier was also installed to keep the soil dry.
Brian was happy with the results and our crew's clean up.
Mission Viejo resident James L. contacted Saber regarding a Trip Hazard in his driveway. His home was built in 1968 and he was looking for a "honest" quote in regards to eliminating this hazard. Saber's Project Design Specialist conducted a thourough and Free Homeowner inspection for James. The roots from a line of bushes, next to the driveway were pushing one of the concrete slabs up, thus causing the trip hazard. The attached Photo shows the raised concrete slab.
Saber's crew was able to grind the misaligned joints. This eliminated the Trip Hazard. James was happy with the result and the clean up.
San Diego resident Chuck contacted Saber in regards to a cracked Block Wall, that was also starting to seperate from itself in the corners. This wall was surrounding his backyard, and had become a safety concern. Saber's Project Design Specialist performed a thorough inspection of Chuck's property.
Our Crew broke out parts of the wall and installed strengthening and Stabilizing Tiebacks. The attached picture shows part of what is invoulved. We dug some ditches in the yard and installed Tieback Rods to anchor the wall. After installing all of the components, we installed Plates over the Adjustment Bolts on the wall. The crew then Tightened everything down. The wall was no longer leaning. The cracking had stopped, and there were no gaps where the walls met in the corners.
Chuck now has peace of mind. This was a less expensive option than demolishing the old, and building a new Block Wall.
San Diego resident William contacted Saber regarding the cracking in the walls of his home. Saber's Project Design Specialist performed a Free and thorough Homeowner inspection. The concrete Foundation was cracking and sinking on one side of William's home.
Saber's Crew excavated holes next to the Foundation of Williams home. We then installed Helical Piers to the base of the Foundation. We pressurized the Piers, thus lifting and strengthening the entire Foundation .
William was happy with the results.
Oceanside resident Caleb B. contacted Saber regarding cracks in the walls of both the interior and exterior of his home. The cracks were getting bigger over time. Saber's Project Design Specialist performed a thorough and Free Homeowner inspection. Voids were found under the home's Foundation. These voids were caused by shifting and settling soils.
Our crew excavated holes next to the Foundation. Push Piers were installed to the base of the home's Foundation. These Piers were then Pressurized with a Air Jack. This lifted the sunken areas back into a constant elevation with the rest of the Foundation. This strengthened Caleb's Foundation. Then the voids were filled using Saber's State-of-the-Art PolyLevel Injection Process. This Stabilized Caleb's home. Last of all, all holes were filled in, and our crew cleaned up their work areas.
Caleb was happy with the result.
La Jolla resident John F. contacted Saber regarding sagging floors in his home. Sabers Project Design Specialist performed a Free Homeowner inspection of John's Home. We found that the floor support posts were sliding off of their concrete bases. Saber also found that the existing floor joists needed to be strengthened.
Our crew attached metal I Beams to the Floor Joists. Then we installed new Smart Jacks with concrete support bases. The attached picture shows the finished work.
John's floors now have a consistant elevation. There is no more sagging or sloping.
Los Angeles resident Neil S. contacted Saber regarding his floors sinking in his home that was built in 1960. Our Project Design Specialist inspected the Crawlspace of Neil's home. The Floors Support Posts were in the process of sliding off of their concrete bases.
Our crew installed all metal Smart Jacks in the Crawlspace. This lifted the Floor back to it's original height.
Neil was happy with the work that Saber performed.
The Four Seasons in Carlsbad contacted Saber regarding trip hazards on the sidewalks within their property. Saber's Project Design Specialist found that tree roots were causing this issue.
Our crew excavated and removed a few of these concrete slabs and the tree roots. We then prepared the sidewalks to have new concrete poured. The concrete was then poured and finished.
The property manager was happy with the result. No more trip hazards.
Escondido resident Mary Jane N. contacted Saber regarding issues with sagging floors in her home. Saber's Project Design Specialist examined the Crawlspace of Mary Jane's home. We found that the Floor Joists were sagging and that the support posts were sliding off of their bases.
Our crew installed steel I Beams to the existing Floor Joists. Then we installed all metal Smart Jacks with concrete and rock bases to support the floors. The floors are now stabilized.
Mary Jane is pleased with the results.
Poway resident Becki D. contacted Saber regarding voids that had formed under her walkways. She had tried filling these voids with dirt to no avail. She was getting tired of looking at the cracks that had formed also.
Sabers crew drilled holes through the concrete slabs and into the voids. We then filled the voids with polyurethane using Saber's Styate-of-the-Art PolyLevel Injection Process. This lifted the sinking areas of the walkways, and stopped the cracking. The attached Picture shows the walkways after the PolyLevel Injection. We cleaned up the area after this picture was taken.
Becki was happy with the results.
Redwood Villas in San Diego contacted Saber regarding root invasion causing Trip Hazards on the sidewalks in their complex.
Saber's crew removed the buckled concrete slabs, and the roots that were causing the problem. We then laid out the concrete forms, and replaced the concrete slabs. The attached picture shows the completed work that Saber did.
The Trip Hazards have been eliminated.
Realtor Greg F. contacted Saber regarding a vacant home that had sagging floors. Our Project Design Specialist performed a thorough inspection of the home. The Crawlspace support posts were starting to slide off of their concrete bases.
Our crew attached new Cross Beams to the existing Floor Joists. We then added more Support Posts and Concrete Bases. We attached Braces that strengthened the connection of the posts to the floor joists and concrete bases. The attached Picture shows the one of the new Cross Beams, Support Posts, and Braces. Last of all we added all Metal Smart Jacks.
The home's floor was now strengthened and stable. The home is ready to sell.
Camp Pendleton resident Travis C. contacted Saber regarding cracks in the exterior walls and Foundation of his home. Our Project Design Specialist performed a thorough inspection. We found that shifting soils had created voids under the Foundation. Saber recommended Foundation Pier installation to give the foundation consistent elevation. We also recommended our State-of-the-Art PolyLevel Injection Process to fill the voids with Polyurethane. Travis received this inspection report along with our quote.
Descanso resident Arnold D. contacted Saber regarding cracks spreading through his garage floor. Our Project Design Specialist performed a thorough inspection. Voids had formed caused by shifting soils. Saber recommended our State-of-the-Art PolyLevel Injection Process. This would fill the voids with Polyurethane and give the floor a consistant elevation. Then we recommended applying Nexus Plus to fill the cracks. Arnold has the 30 day quote and a copy of the inspection report.
Jamul resident Clark A. contacted Saber regarding cracks in his driveway, that were becoming trip hazards. He mentioned that there was a hollow sound when knocking on the slabs. Saber's Project Design Specialist performed a Free Homeowner Inspection. Voids had formed under the driveway. This was caused by shifting soils. We quoted our State-of-the-Art PolyLevel Injection Process to fix this issue. Clark received a written inspection report and a 30 day quote.
Palomar Mountain resident Jessica M. contacted Saber regarding the sagging floors in her Palomar Mountain home. Saber's Project Design Specialist inspected the home and it's Crawlspace. The Floor support posts wer sliding off of their concrete bases and had become detached from Jessica's home. We suggested attaching metal I Beams to the existing floor joists. Then We would install all new metal smart Jacks with concrete bases to give all of the floors a consistant elevation. Jessica received a copy of Saber's Home Inspection Report and our 30 day quote.
Pauma Valley resident Andrew B. contacted Saber regarding cracking that was forming trip hazards in his concrete walkways. Saber's Project Design Specialist performed a Free Homeowner Inspection. Shifting soils had created voids under the walkways and the home's foundation. These voids were causing areas of concrete to sink, causing the concrete to weaken and crack. We suggested the installation of Push Piers to the foundation to lift and strengthen it. We also suggested filling the voids with Polyurethane to stabilize the home, and stop the walkways from cracking. Andrew received a copy of both the Saber Homeowner Inspection Report and our 30 day quote.
Pine Valley resident Theresa D. contacted Saber regarding cracks in the walls of her home. Our Project Design Specialist discovered voids, created by shifting soils, under the founation. Saber recommended attaching Push Piers to the foundation to lift and strengthen the areas of the foundation, that had sunk. We also recommended filling the voids with Polyurethane to stabilize Theresa's home. Theresa received a copy of the home inspection report, and our quote that is valid for 30 days.
Rannchita Realtor Anna S. contacted Saber regarding a home that she was selling. This 1940's Adobe style home had major cracks in the Tile Patio in back of the home. Saber's Prokect Design Specialist performed a thorough inspection of this home. Voids had formed under the concrete. Areas of the Patio were sinking, causing the concrete, and tile to crack. Saber recommended our State-of-the-Art PolyLevel Injection Process. This would fill the voids with Polyurethane, and give the entire patio a consistant elevation. Anna now has Saber's Inspection Report, and our Quote, which is valid for 30 days.
San Ysidro resident Jesse B. contacted Saber regarding a "sink hole" that he had noticed under his patio. Saber's Project Design Specialist inspected Jesse's home. There was a large void under the patio. The soils were shifting and settling. The void needs to be filled to stop it from possibly reaching the home Foundation.The atteched picture shows that the void has grown to the length of the shovel, on thie patio. Saber suggested that the void be filled with Polyurethane. We can do this with our PolyLevel Injection Process. Jesse received a written copy of Saber's Home Inspection Report.
Presioca Villa Apartment in Spring Valley contacted Saber regarding sidewalks that had become trip hazards. Our Project Design Specialist performed a thorough inspection. Tree roots were buckling the sidewalks.
Our crew removed all of the damaged concrete slabs. We then excavated the tree roots. New forms were built, and new concrete was poured and finished.
San Diego resident Renee L. contacted Saber regarding the sagging floors in her home. Saber' Project Design Specialist gave Renee's home a thorough Inspection. The Support Posts, in the home's Crawlspace, were in the process of sliding off of their concrete bases. This happens quite often, with older homes, in Southern California, due to earthquakes.
Saber's crew installed steel I Beams, to support the wood Floor Joists, and to spread the load of the floor. Then holes were dug and filled with gravel. Last of all, Saber's crew attached All Metal Smart Jacks to both Lift, and Stabilize the Floor. These components all combine to give Renee's Floor a consistent elevation.
San Diego property managers Mandy, and Pam, contacted Saber regarding cracked walkways and patios at one of their properties. Sabers Project Design Specialist Inspected the entire property. A lot of the concrete was too badly damaged to be repaired.
Saber's crew excavated the broken concrete slabs and removed the debris. Forms were built, and new concrete was poured. The attached picture shows Saber's finished work.
Ramona resident Christine G. contacted Saber regarding Cracking and seperation on her Pool Deck from her Swimming Pool. SeeSaber's Project Design Specialist discovered, that Voids had formed under some of the Deck's Concrete Slabs, during his Inspection. These slabs were sinking.
Saber's crew drilled holes through the sinking slabs, and into the Voids. Injection Ports were attached to these holes. The crew then used Saber's State-of-the-Art PolyLevel Injection Process to fill these Voids with Polyurethane. This lifted the slabs back to a consistant Elevation. Problem solved, no more cracking and separating.
Fallbrook resident Kathleen G. contacted Saber regarding cracks in the back patio of her home. The cracks were expanding and getting larger. Please see the attached picture. Saber's Project Design Specialist performed a extensive inspection of Kathleens home. Voids were found under some of the Patio Slabs. These were caused by settling, and shifting soils.
Our crew drilled holes through the concrete, and into the Voids. We then filled the Voids with Polyurethane, by using our State-of-the-Art PolyLevel Injection Process. This lifted the slabs that had sunk, and eliminated all of the trip hazards.
San Diego resident Kathleen C. contacted Saber regarding Trip Hazards in her garage floor and driveway. Saber's Project Design Specialist performed a Free Homeowner Inspection. Voids had formed under the garage and the driveway. The mis-aligned and cracking concrete was the result. See the attached picture.
Our crew drilled holes through the concrete and into the Voids. We then filled the Voids with Polyurethane, by using Saber's State-of-the-Art PolyLevel Injection Process. This filled the holes, and lifted the sinking areas of concrete. Last of all we ground down the high edges of the cracks, and applied Nexus Plus, to fill the cracks.
Dulzura resident Garth C. contacted Saber regarding his home leaning to one side. See the attached Picture. Saber's Project Design Specialist performed A Free Home Inspection since Garth is the Homeowner. Voids had formed under part of the Foundation. This part of the Foundation was Sinking and Cracking.
Saber recommended attaching Push Piers to the Foundation. When Pressurized, these Piers will Lift and Strengthen Garth's Foundation. They will also give the Foundation a Consistent Elevation. There will be no more sloping Issues. We also suggested Filling the Voids with Polyurethane to Stabilize the Foundation.
San Diego resident Herman T. contacted Saber regarding Sagging Floors in his Home. Our Project Design Specialist performed a complete Home Inspection. The Support Posts in the Crawlspace were Sliding on their Bases.
Our Crew Installed Steel I Beams to the existing Wood Floor Joists. We then Installed and Pressurized All Metal Smart Jacks. See the attached picture. This gave Herman's Floors back their Consistent Elevation. The Sagging Floor issue has been Completely Eliminated.
San Diego resident John S. contacted Saber regarding upgrading the Seismic Retrofitting of his home. He wanted his home to meet current California Building Code Standards.
Sabers crew installed Universal Foundation Plates, and A35 Framing Angles, to strengthen the connection between the Foundation and the Home. Then we installed Post caps, to Strengthen the connection between the Support Post, the Floor Joists, and the Support Post Bases.
Escondido resident Tony S. contacted Saber regarding Cracks in his Swimming Pool Deck. See attached picture. Saber's Project Design Specialist performed a thorough Home Inspection. The Soil had Shifted, thus causing Voids to form. Areas of the pool deck were sinking into the Voids.
Saber drilled Holes through the Concrete and into the Voids. We then Filled the Voids with Polyurethane, which lifted the sinking areas of Concrete. This eliminated the Trip Hazards.
Carlsbad resident Liz A. contacted Saber regarding her Home's Chimney leaning away from the Home. The walls was cracking. Saber's Project Design Specialist performed a thorough Home Inspection.Voids have Formed under the Chimney Foundation. The Chimney is sinking.
Sabers crew attached and Pressurized Foundation Piers. See the attached Picture. We then Filled the Voids with Polyurethane. The Fireplace and Home now share a Consistent Elevation Foundation.
San Diego resident Rochelle D contacted Saber regarding Seismic Retrofitting her home. The Floors were also sagging. Saber's Project Design Specialist performed a thorough Inspection of Rochelle's Home. The Home had slid on it's Foundation, and some of the Crawlspace Support Posts were leaning. See attached picture.
Saber attached Universal Foundation Plates, A35 Framing Angles, and Post Caps. These Components Strengthened the Connection between the Home and it's Foundation. The Post Caps also secured the Support Posts to the Floor Joists and the Concrete Bases.
San Diego resident Randall C. contacted Saber regarding cracks in the walls of their home, and their deck was starting to slide down the a hill.
Saber's Crew installed Helical Tiebacks to the Posts, and Foundation supporting their Deck. We then attached Helical Piers to the Foundation, to lift the Portion's that were sliding Down the hill. Last of all, we filled the Voids with Polyurethane. The attached Picture shows a Helical Pier being Pressurized.
Vista resident James W. contacted Saber regarding several Cracks in his Front Porch and Back Patio. Saber's Project Design Specialist performed a complete property inspection. This inspection is Free to the Homeowner. Voids were located under the Concrete. The Slabs were sinking into these Voids. This was causing the cracks to form.
Saber's crew drilled Holes through the Slabs and into the Voids. Then using Saber's PolyLevel Injection Process, we filled the Voids with Polyurethane. This Lifted the Sinking areas back to a Consistent Elevation, and eliminated the Trip Hazards, that had started to form.
Peter M., a representative of a church, that's native to Rancho Santa Fe, called saber in regards to uneven walkways, that are creating trip hazards. We scheduled him for an evaluation with one of our Design Specialist.
Ron C. a saber design specialist walked the property with Peter, and confirmed that we can indeed help him eliminate his trip hazards with our PolyLevel product.
PolyLevel foreman Scott L. and crew arrived to the job site on time and prepared to perform the work. They were able to successfully lift the low side of the concrete walk ways with polyurethane, eliminating the trip hazards in the areas of concern.
Peter was happy with the work performed by Scott and crew. He gave them a great review.