Concrete Lifting and Leveling Before & After Photos

Front Porch Slab Raised with PolyRenewal in Yadkinville, NC

This Yadkinville, NC home has a large concrete porch that wraps around the house. Over time, the porch’s concrete slab settled, or sunk, nearly 2 inches.

Tar Heel Basement Systems used their state-of-the-art PolyRenewal System to lift and stabilize the porch in less than one day. The expanding polyurethane is injected beneath the sinking concrete through a penny-sized drilled hole to fill the void and lift the slab.

Mocksville, NC – Front Porch Raised with PolyRenewal

This beautiful Mocksville, NC home had a brick porch that had settled over the years and was now becoming a noticeable hazard when entering and exiting the home.

Tar Heel Basement Systems was able to completely raise and level the porch by using PolyRenewal, a high-density polyurethane foam that is lightweight and waterproof, giving this porch a fresh look!

Sinking Sidewalk in Fleetwood, NC Restored with PolyRenewal

The homeowners of this Fleetwood, NC residence were aware of the liability and trip hazard their sinking slab had become over the years. With a two-inch difference in height of the slab, they needed to have this problem corrected without major disruption to their yard and landscaping.

Tar Heel Basement Systems used the PolyRenewal method to stabilize and raise the sinking slab. A small (penny-sized) hole was drilled below the slab and a two-part polyurethane foam was injected. The void causing the settlement was filled and the slab was raised, creating safe and even sidewalk!

Winston Salem, NC- Sinking Sidewalk Raised

Within the last seven years, the sidewalk of this Winston Salem, NC home had began sinking. However, recently the sidewalk cracked creating a large trip hazard. The homeowenrs main goal was to have a stabilized and raised sidewalk.

Tar Heel Basement Systems accomplished the homeowners goals by using the PolyRenewal method. Penny-sized holes were drilled in the slab while a two-part polyurethane foam was injected beneath, filling the void and raising the slab. The cracks were sealed using waterproof caulk to make sure the slab would stay in place throughout the years.

Winston Salem, NC- Sidewalk Trip Hazard Eliminated with PolyRenewal

Over time the soil beneath the sidewalk began to erode, resulting in a trip hazard for the homeowners. Wanting to eliminate this concern and restore their home’s property value, the owners chose Tar Heel Basement Systems to achieve this goal. Installed in a matter of a few hours, the PolyRenewal System provided a permanent solution by stabilizing and lifting the sidewalk back to the appropriate level without disruption to the yard.

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