(Today we feature a guest blog from our customer Randy Serhan, owner of JACC Structures in Saskatchewan.)
First of all, I'd like to thank Alchemy-Spetec for asking me to write a guest post on their blog. If you're interested in polyurethane leak seal, I think you'll like this one. I recently did a leak seal job for a homeowner up here in my Candian hometown of Nipawin, Saskatchewan. He had water coming into his basement around a water line access sleeve. It was leaking approximately 1/2 litre of water per minute. He called me to see if I could resolve the issue. I packed some oakum saturated with Spetec PUR GT500 into the sleeve around the water pipe. The leak was stopped in under a minute. I used a moderate quantity of the resin-saturated oakum to ensure the plug was approximately two inches deep. It won't leak again. The customer was extremely happy as this repair means he will no longer have to babysit the water pails all night. He also has the peace of mind of knowing that this is a long lasting fix, so he doesn't have to re-visit the problem each spring or heavy rainfall. When that leak shut down so fast, he look at me and said "that stuff is magic".
And now for the best part: click below to watch me shutting down that link in this video clip I took on the job!