Commercial Services


Concrete lifting and leveling

  • Concrete Cracks, Trip Hazards

  • Crack and Joint Sealing

  • Highway, Municipal Streets, Parking Lots

  • Multifamily Housing

  • Generator Pads, Farm Silos, Railroads

  • Municipal Buildings, Schools, Hospitals, Hotels, Churches, Warehouses


Void filling and soil stabilization

  • Post and Pole Setting

  • Pipeline, Pipe Pads/Pillows/Sandbag Substitution

  • Substitute Backfill

  • Single and Plural Component Soil and Rock Stabilization


seawall & bulkhead

  • Seal voids, cracks, defects

  • Permeate Soil Behind Wall to Seal Joints

  • Fill Footers Underneath the Wall

  • Create Watertight Barriers


Manholes, pipes and culverts

  • Infiltration and Inflow Sealing

  • Void Filling

  • Joint Repair of Concrete Junction Boxes & Concrete Box Culverts

  • Galvanized Culverts- Leaking or Misaligned Joints

  • Trenchless Sewer Repair


Commercial Offerings


Concrete lifting and Leveling

Our foam providers: Terrathane polyurethane foam have been the product of choice for lifting, leveling, void filling and undersealing streets, roads, highways and making repairs to bridge approaches and departures. These systems are available in various high-density formulations, compression and tensile strength values, and flow variations. Many other commercial structures such as schools, churches, hotels and resorts, farm structures, municipal buildings, shopping malls, parking lots, etc can benefit from injection.

manholes, culverts and pipes

Our geotechnical polyurethane foam can be used to make repairs to undercut, or void area, beneath culverts (concrete or galvanized), joint repair of concrete box culverts and concrete junction boxes. Making repairs to precast manholes is also performed for sealing leaking or misaligned joints or filling voids on the exterior where poor soil compaction may have occurred, or where storm water has eroded surrounding soils.



seawall and bulkhead repair

As water levels rise and fall, the water forces its way in through joints, defects, and cracks in seawalls and bulkheads. The water pushes in and as water flows out, it carries sand and soil with it which causes erosion of the wall, voids to form, and deteriorates the structure and its stability. This is even more common and worse during periods of heavy rain which continue the outflow of soil. Our Terrathane hydrophobic polyurethane foam reacts with moisture in the soil and expand to fill voids while they permeate soil to form a waterproof, strong, solid mass that blocks any other water from getting through. They have been used in seawall and bulkhead applications to seal voids, cracks, and overall defects (as well as for filling voids and stabilizing soil).


void filling and soil stabilization

Our Terrathane polymer systems are specially designed, field proven, and a preferred favorite when a spray or injection fill is required over other conventional concrete mixes, or polystyrene blocks. High strength, low density, low exotherm and fast application make this the system of choice when filling utility trenches, expansive void area under concrete slab sections or filling expansive areas with already loose, or questionable, soil load bearing characteristics.

Free Estimate Inspection


What you can expect during your free estimate inspection:

The owner of the company will arrive on time and inform you of our process and will ask you for any pertinent data as to why you called us out to the property.  This is your time to show us the sticking door, or the wall crack or that sloping floor or whatever it is that has raised concerns for you.

From there, the owner will spend time doing his inspection process.  During this time, you can get on with your day and he will collect data so that he can explain the important factors to you.  If you want to follow along with him, you are certainly welcome to, but we prefer to be respectful of your time.

The owner will meet with you to give you a verbal assessment of his findings.  He will provide you with a clear, easy to understand explanation of the current condition of your foundation system.  This generally takes about 30-45 minutes.  He will not sit in your living room and "sell" you a job.  He will be fully open and up-front.  He will provide a clear written diagnosis to you via e-mail after the visit and you can review it at your leisure.  This will include how the work is to be performed and the pricing on the work.

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