Serving Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, Plano, Fort Worth, Dallas
The flagstone pool deck at this Cresson, TX ranch home had settled so severely, that they started to notice several gaps between the large stone pool border and the flagstone. The homeowner's wanted to resolve the problems without causing major destruction to their stunning property.
PolyLEVEL specialist, Tom McKenzie, completed an inspection of the settled flagstone areas and designed a plan that would lift the stone deck to close and gaps and void fill the entire pool decking by meeting the homeowner's request of little invasion and a timely completion.
The PolyLEVEL Team started pumping PolyLEVEL into the stone in three concentrated areas, each measuring 14x10 in area. To begin pumping Poly, the team must first drill dime-sized holes in the stone to be able to insert a port that attaches to the Poly gun. Once the noticeable orange ports are inserted in the holes, a high-density polyurethane foam is injected to create the ideal lift. The flagstone pool decking responded well to the PolyLEVEL and the team quickly saw results when the gaps began to close.
After the team injected enough Poly, the pool deck lifted about 6 inches. The holes were then sealed and any cracks were sealed with NexusPro. An added benefit in both the PolyLEVEL product and NexusPro is that they are both waterproof, which makes them ideal products to use around a pool deck.
Installing Contractor: Power Jack Foundation Repair
System Design Specialist: Tom McKenzie
Products Installed: NexusPro
Products Installed: PolyLEVEL