Push Piers were installed at this home in Webster, MA to lift the home back to level after the foundation settled two inches! The before picture shows the crack through the wall that is about two inches wide. After the Push Piers were installed to stabilize the foundation, you can see in the after picture that the crack is nearly closed!
This customer had a slab in the garage with cracks and some settling. Our team installed 209 LBS of PolyLevel to support and lift this slab. PolyLevel is a 2-part foam we inject beneath the surface. The foam expands to fill the area and lift any sunken spots, as well as stabilizing the entire space.
Our team repaired a crack in a customers wall in Worcester, MA. The team utilized Flexispan and the results were amazing! Our team corrected this wall and resolved a potentially dangerous situation. The homeowners were grateful for the work of the crew and the professionalism they displayed!
This customer needed some stabilization for a newly constructed farmer's porch in Little Compton, RI. Our team came to take a look, and recommended PolyLevel Injection Foam Insulation to stabilize the foundation. Typically, our PolyLevel is used to lift and level the floor. In this case we used the PolyLevel to only stabilize and not to lift because it was already level.
This particular job was for a home under construction that needed the foundation stabilized- not lifted! Our team injected PolyLevel 2-part foam beneath the surface to stabilize it permanently. Our PolyLevel is a quick curing, affordable, and non-toxic option for stability. It is also less invasive and doesn't cause as much of a mess/cleanup - especially when compared to mudjacking.