In this picture, if you look closely you can see a gap between the concrete and the siding of the home. That gap is what the homeowner want to eliminate as much as possible.
In this view, you can see the cracks that were made from the concrete sinking.
This is what the gap looked like before lifting the stoop with PolyLevel.
This is the gap in the middle of the stoop.
Nick was drilling holes and prepping to start injecting PolyLevel into the holes.
The gap near the stairs was eliminated.
The gap in the middle of the stoop was reduced to nothing. The cracks were sealed.
The gap between the stoop and the siding of the house was reduced to no gap.
This homeowner in Wakefield, Massachusetts was experiencing an issue where their concrete stoop was sinking in toward the home and cracking. Design Specialist John Prince came to the home and looked at the stoop and recommended that the homeowners have Poly Level and Crack Seal installed. The Crew, Chris Hanulec and Nick Melo, came to the home and lifted, leveled, and sealed the stoop. During the couple hours, it took to install the homeowners were very interested in how the PolyLevel worked. They came and took a look at the progress Chris and Nick were making every so often and they were impressed at the progress every time.