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Josh Kennedy is a Service Technician who has worked for BQ Basement Systems for more than 3 years. During his time with BQ, Josh has worn many hats. He has exeperience in Sales, Production, and now Service. He also has his Osha 10 certification. Josh enjoys servicing products, interacting with customers, and helping them solve their waterproofing problems. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his son, golfing, and playing the harmonica.
Walkways and sidewalks are exposed to a lot of wear and tear. When the soil supporting the concrete becomes weak, the concrete can crack and sink. There are many things that can create a void beneath the slab, such as erosion from rainwater or gutter runoff, or a tree root that has rotted over time. Dirt fill underneath the slab that has not been well compacted can also create voids beneath the concrete. A concrete sidewalk that is uneven, not only looks bad, but it can lead to a fall or serious injury. The good news is the concrete does not have to be torn out and poured again to fix the problem. BQ Basement Systems can raise your sinking sidewalk and prevent it from sinking further. With PolyLevel® concrete lifting, we can make your sidewalk level again in just 15 minutes!
Do you have sinking concrete? Call us today to schedule a free estimate!
Expanding and contracting soil can cause concrete to shift, settle and crack over time. Rather than letting the damage continue, making repairs can extend the life of the driveway and prolong the need for full replacement. Take a look at the before and after shots on these concrete stairs and porch we repaired in Gilbertsville, PA
For this project, we used PolyLevel® to raise the concrete and create a safe, even surface. After leveling, we used silicone caulking to seal the joints. This prevents water penetration, and protects the soil underneath the driveway against erosion and washout - the two main causes of cracked, heaved and uneven concrete.