The erosion of base soils behind a bulkhead can result in voids that lead to larger problems. We offer bulkhead repair by injecting polyurethane to force out the water and fill those voids, allowing the soil to regain its capacity to bear weight and strengthening the soil to prevent further damage.

Over time, bulkheads can become structurally unstable and lose the strong foundation that they need to support, hold, or keep up. Often, bulkheads are needed to keep the water at bay and provide necessary support for concrete or wooden structures.

Soil erosion is inevitable around bulkheads, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be fixed with proper help and professional resources.

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Before you think about costly replacing a weak bulkhead, repair it instead with a permanent fix. At Foamworks, we use an eco-friendly polyurethane foam that is injected into the soils to push out water and strengthen the soil again. This form of foam injection fixes bulkheads by allowing them to get support from the soil they need instead of continuing to lose stability. We also offer special financing so we can help you repair what needs fixed!

Replacing a Seawall and Bulkhead is EXPENSIVE! and many locations have limited access where the work can only be done with a barge (price x 2). Owners of waterfront properties need options. Deep Foamjection is a fast and cost efficient  alternative.


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  • Step 1: Damage Assessment: A professional repair service conducts a thorough inspection of the damaged area to accurately identify the cause, extent and severity of the deterioration to the bulkhead.
  • Step 2: Injection Preparation: Drilled holes are placed in strategic locations behind the failed sea wall to ensure overall stability during the surface preparation by using industry-standard techniques and tools, ensuring a solid substrate for repair materials.
  • Step 3: Material Selection: Repair services leverage their expertise to choose high-quality, industry-approved materials such as Deep Foamjection, a heavy duty polyurethane foam used for wet environments and waterfronts.
  • Step 4: Material Application: Foam injections are applied behind the sea wall at various levels and depths displacing standing water and filling in any voids and cracks. 
  • Step 5: Structural Reinforcement: Professionals monitor the polyurethane foam output to determine when the bulkhead is properly reinforced for a longer lifespan.
  • Step 6: Waterproofing and End Result: Once completed, the standing water will be displaced, voids and cracks are filled, will regenerate a water tight barrier preventing future damage and extend the life of your bulkhead.

The cost of repairing a bulkhead can vary depending on the extent of the damage and the size of the bulkhead. Factors such as the location of the bulkhead and the type of materials used can also affect the cost. We provide a comprehensive assessment of the damage and offer a personalized quote based on the repair process and materials needed. Our pricing is transparent, and we work with our clients to provide cost-effective solutions for their bulkhead repair needs. Some estimates say it costs about $100 to $400 per wall’s linear foot to repair a bulkhead. 

If you’re dealing with broken concrete on your bulkhead, we can help. Our repair process involves injecting high-quality, industry-approved materials such as Deep Foamjection, a heavy-duty polyurethane foam used for wet environments and waterfronts. This foam can displace standing water and fill voids and cracks, providing structural reinforcement to your bulkhead. Our six-step process includes damage assessment, injection preparation, material selection, material application, structural reinforcement, and waterproofing. By following these steps, we can repair broken concrete on your bulkhead and extend its lifespan.


During a lake bulkhead repair, it’s important to keep water out to ensure a successful repair. Here are a few steps to help keep water out during the repair process:

  1. Pump out any standing water around the bulkhead before starting the repair work.

  2. Use sandbags or a temporary dam to create a barrier to prevent water from entering the work area.

  3. If necessary, install a cofferdam, which is a temporary enclosure built around the work area to keep water out.

  4. Use a sump pump to remove any water that enters the work area during the repair process.

  5. Apply a waterproof sealant or coating to the repaired bulkhead to prevent water from penetrating the surface in the future.

By following these steps, you can help ensure that water stays out during the bulkhead repair process and that the repair is successful. 

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