What We Rectify
Unstable loose soil and erosion can be detrimental to building structures. It can lead to settlement and damage to the structure due to large voids beneath it, and loss of bearing in soil. Using patented ultra-low viscosity polyurethane resins, voids can be filled, soil consolidated, erosion halted and soil bearing improved.
Cracked masonry walls are not only an eyesore but also a potential danger. We first fix the underlying issue, including correcting leaning walls, then using latest technology reinforce cracked sections of wall.
Concrete cancer and spalling is a major issue with exposed concrete elements. It will lead to rusting of the reinforcement and loss of strength. With guidance from our experienced structural engineers, we can provide the best solution to rectify and reinforce concrete elements to required strength.
Masonry walls are very porous. If there are groundwater issues, moisture and dampness will rise through lower wetter masonry, up to dryer masonry. Rising damp will cause mould and have other damaging affects (damage to plaster, salt stains etc.).
A suspended concrete slab (e.g. with a garden bed or walkway above) or an existing concrete/masonry basement wall can leak due to small cracks and compromised waterproofing. Using resin injection technology, we can permanently fix leaks and seal cracks.