The Carolinas are in the throes of hurricane season with a category 4 Hurricane Florence projected to hit the coast and inland areas of the Carolinas over the next few days. Hurricane Florence is projected to unleash feet of rain and catastrophic flooding. Disaster could be at your doorstep as the amounts of rainfall and subsequent flooding will cause erosion beneath roads, driveways and parking lots, as well as cause concrete slab floors to crack.
Carolina Foundation Solutions is here to help repair these damages from hurricanes with our fast response team of experts and our innovative polyurethane foam injection procedure. The injection of a polyurethane foam is an excellent solution for soil stabilization and concrete lifting for areas with unstable, eroded soil. The two component, high strength, hydro-in-sensitive structural polymer foam is light weight and provides immediate results. The injected materials will fill any voids that may exist between the bottom of the concrete slab and the top of the soils, will consolidate loose soils located along the upper layers of the underlying soils, will create a more solid base which shall assist in preventing further and future movement, and will allow the ability to lift the settled areas of the concrete slab.
In 2016, Carolina Foundation Solutions assisted Wester Lumberton Church after Hurricane Matthew after several concrete areas were undermined. CFS injected polyurethane foam beneath concrete footings and slabs to provide a proper base.
Call Carolina Foundation Solutions at 877-770-7050 or fill out this brief form to fix the damage floodwaters left behind and ensure that your home or business is safe following a hurricane.
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