Our production team leaders are responsible for overseeing each job to completion. Each leader takes responsibility for assembling appropriate tools and equipment, assigning tasks to installers, and moving the job toward completion to ensure efficiency and quality. They are also responsible for keeping the customer up-to-date and ensure satisfaction with each job.
At Lowcountry Foundation Repair, we work every day to make our customers and team members happy they chose us. One way we do that is by walking alongside the best in the industry. We’re thrilled to have Chuck as a part of the Lowcountry Foundation Repair team as we work to redefine our industry.
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Lowcountry Foundation Repair leveled this sinking pool deck and sealed it with NexusPro to prevent further damage.
This driveway way cracked and unlevel. Lowcountry Foundation Repair leveled the the concrete and sealed the cracks.
The homeowner noticed that their concrete driveway appeared to be sinking due to water eroding the soil under the concrete by seeping through the gaps between the pieces. Lowcountry Foundation Repair installed Gap Armor to prevent the issue.
This homeowner noticed some large cracks in their porch that were getting worse over time. They called Lowcountry Foundation Repair for a free inspection and estimate to fix the problem. Our inspector found that part of the porch was sinking, causing the cracks. The solution he presented was to use PolyLevel to lift and support the sinking section and seal the crack. They were pleased with the support provided with the lift.
Pool Deck and Nexus
Lowcountry Foundation Repair leveled this sinking concrete pool deck with PolyLevel.
This homeowner was concerned about the large crack on their pool deck concrete. Kid's playing around the pool could trip or stub their toe on it, and plants were growing up through the crack. They decided to call Lowcountry Foundation Repair for a solution and our inspector came out to do a free inspection and quote to fix the pool deck. They decided on the PolyLevel solution recommended and the pool deck lifted nicely. It was then sealed with a specialized crack sealant to prevent water intrusion or plants growing through it.