Polyurethane Foam VS. Mudjacking Today we are starting a series entitled “Why Foam?”. In this series we will address some common questions and comments we receive regarding our process and our … [Read more...] about Why “Foam”? Part 1 – A Comparative Look at Polyurethane Concrete Lifting
Help us welcome our newest team member, J.R. Crowell. Mr. Crowell will serve as the Vice President and Chief Operating Officer for Helms Polyfoam. He comes to the company with a strong sales and … [Read more...] about Helms Polyfoam Announces J.R. Crowell as V.P. and Chief Operating Officer
Polyurethane Concrete Lifting: Not Just a Residential Remedy When I talk to people about our business, specifically the concrete lifting side, their mind tends to think about driveways and … [Read more...] about Commercial Slab Lifting
Lakes and Ponds are a source of enjoyment and relaxation. Whether teaching a kid to ski at the local county lake, or reeling in a lunker bass on the family farm, these bodies of water provide … [Read more...] about Cost Savings Approach to Repairing Pond Dams and Lake Levees
A Helms Polyfoam case study on Riverwalk Casino, Vicksburg, MS - soil stabilization, infrastructure repair, levee stabilizing … [Read more...] about Case Study/ Riverwalk Casino
Poor Compaction, water erosion, broken pipes, and organic material in the soil can all lead to settling of concrete slabs or a roadway. Traditional slab lifting can bring concrete slabs back into … [Read more...] about Don’t Replace It. Repair It.
Water Erosion and the Importance of Early Detection Soil displacement is a common factor in concrete structure failure. A common cause of soil displacement is water erosion. In short, water finds … [Read more...] about Don’t Wait Until It’s Too Late.
Helms Polyfoam can re-level structures of any size, including commercial and industrial structures. From parking areas and loading docks to warehouses and office buildings, Helms Polyfoam deep lift … [Read more...] about Commercial and Industrial Slab repair
How strong is strong enough? This is a commonly asked question by costumers that are new to jacking with polyfoam. The foam only needs to be as strong as the dirt, but they're actually stronger than … [Read more...] about How Strong is Strong Enough?