This home in High Point, NC had carpet throughout the living room and laminate florring in the kitchen area. While walking through the house, the homeowner could feel a drop in the floor level in certain areas. This home was about to be put on the market to sell so the home inspector pulled back the carpet to see what the issues was. Sure enough, part of the slab had sunk close to an inch which caused a crack below the carpet and liminate that ran the entire length of the house.
Tar Heel Basement Systems was brought in to stabilize and re-level the concrete floor usinf the PolyRenewal System which utilizes high-density polyurethane to raise the slab back to its desired level. This is done by drilling small (penny-sized) holes in the slab then structural grade polymer is injected into the void. Once the void is filled, the expanding properties of the polyurethane allows for an accurate life and leveling of the slab.