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Jeff has experience in home improvement with covered gutter systems which gives him a good understanding of the importance of waterproofing. His experience has given him a good understanding of the importance of providing a thorough inspection to make sure all the homeowners concerns are addressed. He enjoys helping homeowners keep their homes safe and free from trip hazards.
At the inspection, Jeff explains to customers how they can accomplish their concrete lifting and leveling goals. He guides each homeowner through the entire process from start to finish. His attention to detail, customer service, and extensive product knowledge make him a tremendous asset to the Quality 1st team and to each homeowner he meets.
In his spare time, Jeff likes spending time with his son, boating on Lake Hopatcong, riding motorcycles and ATVs. He also enjoys watching football.
A homeowner in Queens, New York noticed their concrete driveway slabs sinking and contacted Quality 1st for a solution. Quality 1st System Design Specialist inspected the driveway and had PolyLevel installed to raise the concrete back to its original position. PolyLevel is a polyurethane foam that is injected into the concrete that starts expanding and lifting the concrete within minutes. The driveway is returned to its original position and the homeowners can use it the same day!
The Property Manager of a building located in Queens had noticed that the sidewalk in front of their building was uneven. About ten slabs were uneven causing multiple tripping hazards. Luckily the Property Manager found Quality 1st Basements System through their search internet and gave them a call. Systems Design Specialist, Jeffery Pitek, recommended PolyLevel to solve the issue. Project Manager, Sha Chon Kasey, injected PolyLevel into the sidewalk slabs which raised them back to level. PolyLevel can lift up to 4,000 pounds and has a quick cure time, allowing people to walk on the sidewalk in just a few minutes. With the tripping hazard removed, the property manager was now satisfied..