Basement Authority of West Virginia conducted a free demonstration of its PolyRenewal™ concrete leveling technology for Marion County Schools on March 20, saving the system days of hard work and up to several thousand dollars in cost.
The demonstration was conducted at East Fairmont High School, where a concrete sidewalk had sunk two to three inches lower than a curb, creating a tripping hazard for students and staff members alike. Within 20 minutes, Basement Authority of West Virginia was able to lift the concrete back into place using its PolyRenewal™ technology.
The technology can be used for residential, commercial and industrial jobs ranging from residential sidewalks to interstate highways and even airport runways. What took days or weeks can now be fixed affordably on the same day using this latest technology.
This technology can be used for a number of applications, including for homeowners, state and local governments and even airport authorities to affordably and quickly fix concrete leveling problems. What took days or weeks can now be fixed affordably on the same day using this latest technology.
For more information about the company’s PolyRenewal™ technology or for a free, no obligation estimate, contact Basement Authority of West Virginia.