SRS Leveling System Explained

 
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The concept is pure and simple, the result is a patented pedestal system that is an  economical and superior alternative to traditional (plastic) pedestal systems.  The SRS leveling and support system combines straightforward technology with proven materials to produce a one-of-a-kind methodology.  Start with inexpensive, high-density extruded polystyrene foam stock - 60 psi or 100 psi, typically Dow Styrofoam or Owens-Corning Foamular  - and you have the material basis of the SRS system.


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Using specially designed equipment,

pedestals are site-customized

to the appropriate size, shape,

strength, orientation and location

for the job at hand.   


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Pedestals can be installed for any height, load or slope-steepness requirement - and will support virtually any paver size, shape or pattern.  Surrounding and interwoven conditions such as planters (flush or on-deck), green roofs, water features, sculptures, and curvilinear borders are no problem.   Complex designs and logos can be cut and supported by the pedestal matrix.

Positioning the pedestal blocks is quick and easy and requires no special shimming or bracing, regardless of pedestal height.  Once the pedestals are in place, leveling begins. A hot-wire trolley riding on a laser-leveled track trims off excess material above bottom-of-paver elevation.    By alternately setting the rails longitudinally and then at right angles to longitudinally,  a large area of pedestal matrix can be completed in a short time.   Unless otherwise desired, the entire top-of-pedestal area will be precisely plumb-level.   There is no minimum height to which SRS pedestals can be trimmed, so SRS can  always continue to the edge of the area to be paved and to the surface of the deck. Drains of any size or shape can be sub-spanned,  the pedestals can be cut to fit around deck penetrations of  any size or type, and even sloping moldings at perimeters present no special challenge.  There will be a stable base for the pavers regardless of the irregularity of underlying conditions.

SERVICES

CONCRETE SLIP FORMING

GRANITE CURBING

CONCRETE

GROOVING

RETAINING

WALLS

SRS LEVELING SYSTEM

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SERVICES

UNIT

PAVING

MACHINE INSTALLED UNIT PAVING

DIMENSIONED STONE

PERMEABLE INTERLOCKING CONCRETE PAVEMENT

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RUMBLE

STRIPS

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SRS_Roof_Leveling_System.html
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Machine_Pavers.html
Bridge_Deck_Grooving.html
      
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Dow Highload 60&100 Spec 

Owens Corning Foamular
600/1000 Spec

ICPI (Interlocking Concrete
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PL 300 Adhesive

Hanover Architectural Concrete
 
Wausau Tile

Nitterhouse Concrete and Masonry Products
 
Sunny Brook Pressed Concrete
 
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