Thursday, January 29th
There has been some recent buzz around PolyLEVEL™ on Reddit, a popular online community where users vote on content that they find interesting. A video featuring the state-of-the-art concrete leveling solution was shared by a Reddit user on Jan. 22 in a post titled "[Today I Learned] You Can Lift Cracked/Uneven Concrete Driveways with Foam."
The post spurred nearly three-thousand "upvotes" (or likes) and more than 300 comments from curious Reddit users discussing everything from product uses to the song featured in the video.
The same video was also shared on a popular spin-off blog of Gizmodo, called Sploid, where users can share photos and videos of "all things awesome."
Views for the original product video on YouTube increased significantly from an average of 150 views per day to more than 105,000 views on Jan. 22, the same day the video was shared on Reddit. Views on YouTube are now averaging between 8,000 and 10,000 views per day.
PolyLEVEL™ is a concrete leveling method available exclusively to contractors certified by Foundation Supportworks, an industry leader in the development of patented foundation repair technologies and solutions.
During the same time that the original PolyLEVEL™ video was shared, Foundation Supportworks released an updated version, showing features of the PolyLEVEL System.
PolyLEVEL™ is used by the nation's leading structural contractors as a stronger, faster, less expensive alternative to traditional concrete repair methods, such as mudjacking and grout releveling. PolyLEVEL™ uses high-density polyurethane expanding foam to raise settled concrete slabs, such as sidewalks, roads, driveways, airport runways, and warehouse floors.
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