By JR Crowell May 21, 2020 Have you ever had a time where you needed to stop migration of a liquid from one point to another? Maybe you need to stop water tunneling under a building or … [Read more...] about Four reasons why injectable, polyurethane walls are the answer to your problem
By J.R. Crowell May 12, 2020 With pool season upon us, pool owners have undoubtedly begun prepping for the summer. This prep work contains various forms of maintenance and upkeep and … [Read more...] about Why is the average price of a pool deck concrete lift higher than driveway lifting?
By J.R. Crowell May 5, 2020 Have you ever missed the forest because of the trees? This could mean many things in many circles. In our world, it means we found one issue on a site evaluation and … [Read more...] about Successful Site Evaluations Lead to a “Win Win” for Everyone
By J.R. Crowell April 6, 2020 Would you believe that our process has been compared to “magic”? On occasion after explaining the chemical grouting process, we have in fact heard some variation of … [Read more...] about Pumping Magic
It is in our name and you hear us mention it in videos, on social media, and in other blog posts, but you may be asking yourself, “What is Polyfoam?” Keep reading for an education on all things … [Read more...] about Polyfoam Explained
Case Study- Water Treatment Tank- Harrison County, MS. THE BACKGROUND A utility management company controls several water treatment tanks within one of their facilities along the … [Read more...] about Water Treatment Plant
Seawalls serve an important purpose in regards to shoreline protection and adjacent structure stability. Over time though, hydrostatic pressure, storm surges, and aging seawalls will require routine … [Read more...] about Seawall Repair Part 1: Flowable Fill vs Polyurethane Resin
When deciding on a repair plan for your commercial facility, no matter the type of repair, one very important factor to consider is downtime. That old expression “time is money” is not a joke, … [Read more...] about Polyfoam – Less Downtime and Increased Bottom Line
One of the most common questions we hear in regards to our concrete lifting division is, “How do you keep from over lifting?” Obviously, foam is expanding under the surface and in most cases; the … [Read more...] about How is Polyfoam lifting monitored?