Epoxy & Grout Injection

Change, when it comes, cracks everything open.

As buildings age and settle, stresses put upon the structures and surfaces will take their toll. Our epoxy injection contractors can help you minimize the damage.

Modern concrete was patented in the 1800s by an English cement maker and a French gardener, but cement has been in use for more than 2,000 years. In Rome it was called opus caementicium, and it’s the primary material in the Pantheon dome and the grand Colosseum.

Concrete, more than any building material, has allowed man to build truly incredible things. Industry and commerce depend on the structures we built with concrete. Concrete is hard stuff, but with time, water, wear and tear, and ground action, even the largest concrete structures and surfaces will begin to crack.

Professional Epoxy Injection Services.

Epoxy injection is an economical method of repairing cracks in concrete structures, slabs and concrete surfaces exposed to the elements — such as piers, stanchions and support pylons. Whether it’s your primary office, manufacturing facility, refinery, parking structure, foundation or other industrial placement, epoxy injection can help to stall and even reverse some of the damage incurred by your property.

Before attempting to restore a crack, it’s critical to understand the cause of the crack. Is it movement or settling, excess strain or weight load, or is it degradation of the core material by water or environmental forces? In some of these cases, grout injection services will resolve the issue, but in others, an engineer may need to be consulted before proceeding. Engineers will be able to certify the safety, stability and viability of your facilities before injection or further action is taken.

When do you Need Polyurethane Grouting Services?

If water is a particular concern for your facility, then polyurethane grouting is another technique you should consider. It works by cutting off water flow through concrete joints and cracks or filling the voids beneath and between slabs and within the subsurface of walls. The water-impermeable grout is injected through a pre-drilled hole, and is often used with epoxy injection to provide waterproofing in large infrastructure projects such as traffic tunnels and subterranean resource passages and facilities.

Polyurethane grouting is used often in roof slabs, drainage-adjacent surfaces (such as walls with an attached drainage pipe), and other surfaces exposed to water or prone to accumulations of resting water. It is also used in tandem with epoxy injections, in cases where pre-existing fractures are present, and elastomerics where there’s no need to add structural support, but water needs to be kept out of the treated area.

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