Signs of Seawall Distress
Do you own or manage waterfront property? If so, you may have issues with your seawalls. Check for the following signs of distress:
- Settled soil near the wall (a sign of water leaking through the wall and eroding the soil on the land side).
- Soil deposits near the seams on the water side of the wall (a sign of water leaks bringing soil through the seams into the lake).
- Visible rust colored cracks or stains in the wall (a sign of water leaking through cracks in the wall and rusting the rebar inside).
Polyurethane Seawall Repair
High-strength polyurethane foam can be injected through pipes directly into voids and loose soil around your distressed seawall. Concrete repair contractors use semi-rigid hydrophobic material that reacts with moisture in the ground and expands to fill voids while also permeating the soil to form a solid, strong, watertight mass.
Since this polyurethane is impermeable to water once in place, the likelihood of future erosion is vastly diminished versus refilling the void with soil or other material. Originally developed over 30 years ago, and continuously improved since, this technology has one of the longest histories of success in the field.
Efficient seawall repair with this material prevents the need for remediation processes that can be harmful to the environment, such as a complete wall replacement or the excavating of all loose soil. If the contractor is using the appropriate Alchemy-Spetec products, they will be Phthalate free AND approved for contact with drinking water once cured in place. So you don't have to worry any long-term averse environmental impact.
Alchemy-Spetec Can Help You Find a Seawall Repair Contractor
Would you like assistance finding a seawall repair contractor in your area? Professionals everywhere rely on Alchemy-Spetec's industry leading products for reliable and lasting results. We can very likely put you in touch with an Alchemy-Spetec approved installer nearby. Call us at 404-618-0438 or fill consultation request form linked below.