Concrete foundation repair best left to specialist

Don't rely on contractor that caused the damage to do the fix

Q: I just had a paver driveway installed last month. Unfortunately, while installing the pavers the company did take out a chunk of my foundation. It’s in the front of my townhouse on the corner of the house. It is approximately the size of a brick. I had a structural engineer look at the damage and he said it is strictly cosmetic — no damage to the structure of the house or foundation.

My question to you is since I live in the Chicago area, with the freeze-thaw situation, I am wondering if there is any better product out there to fix this type of damage. The company responsible said it would send an employee out to patch this with concrete.