Tar Heel Tip of the Week: Is Your Home a Liability This Halloween Holiday?

Monday, October 19th, 2015


Raise sidewalks that are tripping hazards On Halloween night, children go from house to house collecting candy and other goodies. Often times in excitement, children are sprinting towards the front doors. Is your sidewalk or front porch settling? Having a settled or sinking slab can cause a tripping hazard for trick-or-treaters and become a liability for the homeowner.

Make sure your home is ready this holiday season with the power of PolyRenewal™! The lightweight, high-density foam is injected under the slab for an accurate lift with no disruption to the property. Not only is it a simple installation, but it allows you to walk and/or drive on that newly-lifted concrete slab the very same day!Polyrenewal can raise concrete slabs, sidewalks, porches, driveways, pool decks and more!

To schedule a time for our PolyRenewal™ specialist to evaluate your slab concerns, call our office today.

Various Tar Heel Basement Systems employees will be participating in the Teal Pumpkin Project this Halloween. The Teal Pumpkin Project supports a safe and happier Halloween for children with food allergies who cannot have candy. To learn more about how you can support your community and those with food allergies, please visit the FARE.