Kevin is a Foremen at The Basement Doctor and has been here since 2017. Kevin grew up in Florence and now lives in Forest Park with his two dogs, which are Whippets.
Kevin is a former circus performer traveling around performing various skills like juggling, fire spinning, whip cracking, the bed of nails, and even flying trapeze. He has since gotten older and has a slightly less physically demanding job here at The Basement Doctor.
Kevin is a Foreman running one of our Polylevel trucks used to level driveways, sidewalks, patios, etc. He enjoys the satisfaction of seeing a once crooked, uneven, broken concrete slab level, and even again. Helping keep people's Mother from tripp8ing and breaking a hip all across the tri-state.
In his spare time, Kevin likes to hang out with his dogs and train them in dog sports, agility, dock diving, racing, disc. If his dogs can be involved, then he is interested.
We used Polylevel Injection to raise this sidewalk slab back into place. Polylevel Injection uses a high-density Polyurethane foam that is injected underneath the slab that needs to be raised. This foam expands and fills the void underneath the slab which lifts it into place.
We used Polylevel Injection to raise a concrete slab. Now the homeowner will no longer have to worry about tripping over the sunken slab.
We used Polylevel injection to raise this sidewalk slab for a homeowner in Villa Hills, Kentucky. In the before picture, you can see where the sidewalk is supposed to be. In the second photo, the sidewalk has been lifted up to its proper place and the sidewalk looks great.
The concrete porch slab on this home had started to sink, creating a space between the slab and the wall. We used Polylevel Injection to raise this concrete slab. Polylevel uses a polymer foam that is injected under the slab. The foam expands and raises the slab back to the original position.
We used Polylevel Injection to raise this concrete sidewalk slab going from the house to the garage. The concrete had sunk caused a raised edge on the sidewalk and could cause someone to trip. Now that the Polylevel Injection has raised the slab up to be level with the rest, there is no longer a tripping hazard and the slab looks like new.
We used Polylevel Injection to raise these concrete driveway slabs. We also used NexusPro Crack Repair to seal the cracks in the driveway.
Polylevel Injection uses a high-density foam that is injected under the concrete slab which expands and raises the slab back into place.
We used Polylevel Injection to repair the driveway slab that had sunk.
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