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Basement Waterproofed in Independence, MO
Victor G. owns a home in Independence, MO, and is getting ready to sell. However, he is getting water in his basement and needed to fix that prior to putting the house on the market.
He called Thrasher Foundation Repair and our experts had the solution for him. We installed WaterGuard waterproofing system around the perimeter of the basement. We also installed a vapor barrier called Clean Space for the full height of the walls. Victor is happy to have his problem solved and excited to be able to put his home on the market.
Concrete Repair Services in Liberty, MO
Jeff and Joy G. were looking to do some concrete repair on their home in Liberty, MO. Sections of the concrete had settled and created tripping hazards. They decided to call Thrasher after hearing about our long-standing reputation in the community.
System Design Tyler Lothrop went out to Jeff and Joy’s home. During the inspection, Tyler was able to identify that the poor soil conditions around the home had caused the concrete to settle. After explaining our solution to Jeff and Joy, the crew got started. First, we used PolyLevel to lift and level the settled areas. Then applied NexusPro Joint Sealant to close the cracks up. The crew achieved over 3 inches of lift in areas of the driveway!
Crumbling Driveway in Raymore, MO Repaired
Larry G. was having problems with his driveway crumbling. He was growing worried about the concrete slabs towards the end of the street, that was where the most crumbling was happening. Looking for a concrete repair service, he decided to give us a call.
We sent System Design Specialist out to the home. The team was able to use PolyLevel to lift and level the driveway, walkway and stairs. CompressionGuard was installed to prevent concrete from the street from expanding and pushing up on the driveway. Then NexusPro Joint Sealant to seal the joints.
Concrete Looks Like New in Raymore, MO
Homeowners John and Mary M. in Raymore, MO were struggling with their concrete. The concrete on the front sidewalk and back patio were settling and cracking. They had concerns this would impact the rest of the concrete and didn’t want to have to replace it. Ready to learn about solutions John and Mary gave Thrasher a call.
System Design Specialist Derek Vaksdal went out to their home. We were able to lift the parts of the concrete that had settled with PolyLevel. Then to close the cracks and seal the joints we applied NexusPro Joint Sealant to keep water out and prevent the joints from opening again. John and Mary M. were extremely happy with how everything turned out!
PolyLeveling Raised Settling Entryway
Owners of public buildings must be very cautious about having tripping hazards on sidewalks.
All concrete slabs settle – it’s a matter of when, not if, it will happen.
The Raytown School District has used Thrasher Foundation Repair on many occasions to maintain the safety of the sidewalks and flatwork around their schools and office buildings.
Owners of most public buildings are required to repair any public sidewalk or entryway that has more than 3/4″ differential movement from one piece of flatwork to another.
Thrasher was hired to eliminate any potential tripping hazards along the sidewalks and entryways at one of the district's office buildings. We were able to return all the concrete flatwork to the original condition without interrupting their working schedule or the facility's function.
Although we do not use or provide mudjacking services today, we provide a polyurethane injection system, PolyLevel, to offer an economical, quick and effective solution for lifting situations like these and residential sidewalks, patios and driveways.
Sunken or heaved concrete slabs can present tripping hazards that you may be liable for as a homeowner. Concrete repair is essential to protect your driveway, sidewalk or patio for the future.
At Thrasher Foundation Repair, we use PolyLevel® for concrete leveling because it's a fast and effective way to lift and stabilize sinking concrete. PolyLevel is a lightweight, strong high-density polyurethane foam developed by our sister company Supportworks and only available to an exclusive network of foundation and concrete repair contractors. It lifts and supports concrete slabs without adding weight to the soil beneath, and it's waterproof so that it won't wash out or dry out like traditional mudjacking material. It's environmentally friendly, too, with no environmentally harmful chemical leaching. Concrete leveling with PolyLevel expanding foam not only raises concrete slabs but also compacts the soil around them, creating a stable environment that will ensure that your driveway, patio or pool deck remains level into the foreseeable future.
Our comprehensive concrete protection system provides additional durability:
- Your concrete is lifted and leveled using PolyLevel® foam.
- Your cracked concrete and control joints are filled and sealed using NexusPro joint sealant.
- The whole surface is protected from the elements with a coat of SealantPro™, which permanently bonds to your concrete.
When you lift, level and protect your home's concrete, you can rest assured it will keep looking and working great well into the future — plus, you'll sleep better knowing you've got a five-year warranty.
When we visit your home for the first time, you can expect a thorough inspection and a detailed explanation of the concrete leveling solution we propose and why. We offer several levels of protection and transparent pricing to meet your specific needs.
We use PolyLevel to lift and level concrete. PolyLevel polyurethane foam is pumped beneath cement slabs through tiny ports about the size of a penny. Initially, PolyLevel flows like water, filling even the smallest cracks and crevices in the soil. It quickly expands and hardens, lifting the concrete slabs above it and compressing the ground around it at the same time. PolyLevel is waterproof, so it will never wash out, and it won't degrade over time due to temperature extremes. It's environmentally friendly, too, with no ecologically harmful chemical leaching. Best of all, PolyLevel cures quickly, allowing your concrete to be used usually the same day.