BULKHEAD REPAIR

PROFESSIONAL BULKHEAD REPAIR

The erosion of base soils behind a bulkhead can result in voids that lead to larger problems. We inject 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!

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  • Use a drill to drill holes in the damaged wood
  • Use acetone to clean the holes
  • Fill those holes with an epoxy sealant
  • Put a pressure, treated planks over the holes
  • Screw the planks while putting six-inch bolts along the plank
  • Put two by four boards on the two-inch planks

It costs about $100 to $400 per wall’s linear foot to repair a bulkhead. 

Remove the bulkhead and use concrete sealant on the broken concrete.

Use crushed stone as backfill crushed concrete or concrete aggregate to prevent the concrete from being carried away in landfills. Such kinds of backfill are best as they allow drainage compared to soil or sand.

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