Chemical Grout Injection

Chemical Grout Injection

Our Injection Services Include

Polyurethane Injection

Also known as urethane injection or chemical grout injection is the latest and greatest in water intrusion, ground water control and soil stabilization technology. Although this is not exactly new technology it is constantly advancing since its inception to stay on the cutting edge. This technology will provide a permanent repair for your water intrusion issue when applied by experienced and qualified applicators.

Crack Injection 

High pressure injection of polyurethanes into leaking cracks and joints is used to stop water intrusion and exfiltration in concrete and other structures.

Curtain Wall Grouting

Curtain wall grouting is the preferred method of repair when water is freely traveling through a structure due to micro cracking, poor consolidation, honeycombing or a failed water proofing system and cannot be stopped by pinpoint crack injection. High pressure injection of chemical grout is used to install a waterproof membrane behind the leaking structure to stop the leak. We offer services for the leak repair of:

  • Residential and commercial foundations
  • Leaking elevator pits
  • Tunnels
  • Underground utilities
  • Vaults
  • Dams
  • Parking structures
  • Water treatment facilities
  • Manholes
  • Reservoirs
  • Water holding tanks
  • Concrete water towers
  • Sea walls

Epoxy Injection

Epoxy injection is confirmed as one of the world’s greatest methods for the structural repair of cracked and damaged concrete. It is a fast, low cost technique that provides permanent and highly durable repair solutions to a countless variety of structures with an even greater number of benefits. Such as:

  • Prevents crack elongation
  • Prevents rebar corrosion
  • Prevents the intrusion of contamination
  • Prevents vehicle damage from spalling concrete
  • Prevents pedestrian injuries from spalling concrete

 

We offer services for the repair of:

  • Elevated slabs
  • Structural decks
  • Parking structure restoration
  • Columns
  • Beams
  • Tunnels
  • Concrete overlayment rebonding
  • Concrete underlayment rebonding
  • Concrete crack repair