This post is part of the Seawall Repair Network series, featuring views, news and case studies written by the Seawall Repair Network.
The hallmark of the Seawall Repair Network is our proprietary SW-RP1 repair permeation solution. Simply put – it is the best product on the market for seawall soil stabilization.
As a waterfront property owner, you may have been conditioned to believe that your seawall needs to be replaced every 25 to 30 years. This understanding is highly accurate in that if your seawall is allowed to become unstable, and if NO remediation to return stability is performed, then your seawall will most certainly fail after about 25 to 30 years.
Doing nothing when your seawall begins to show signs of soil instability is very similar to ignoring the ‘Check Engine’ warning light on your vehicle’s dashboard. It’s simply a bad idea – and your problem will only get worse and more expensive.
Your seawall failure is ultimately associated with soil instability (and the associated accumulation of hydrostatic pressure from water build-up behind the wall). This fact begs the following question:
What if the soil supporting your seawall has its stability re-established prior to seawall failure, and the accumulated hydrostatic pressure (lateral force) is displaced and released?
The answer to this question clear. And the Seawall Repair Network is perfectly positioned to provide you with cost-effective solutions for the repair and preservation of your seawall and, in the process, help you avoid the high cost of total seawall replacement.
Your Seawall Repair Network contractor has been thoroughly trained, equipped, and tested on the correct installation techniques and usage of SW-RP1 for your seawall repair and preservation needs.