Trench Breakers! Now that is a brilliant utilization of the compression strength and water-proof benefits of closed cell foam!

In the beautiful Wasatch Mountain Range, above Bountiful Utah, polyurethane closed cell foam was used to support a natural gas pipeline.  Why? Because polyurethane foam has the compression strength of concrete without the bulk. It is the perfect solution for subterranean support for pipelines, in mountainous uneven terrain.  Polyurethane Foam is strong, safe and water-proof.  Now that is thinking outside the box!

Spray the foundation walls before you back fill! Please!

Be proactive when it comes to foundation waterproofing. Spray Polyurethane Foam on the sub - wall before you back fill! Polyurethane foam is a tough, waterproof, seamless barrier that is sprayed below-grade to a minimum thickness of 3 inches. When you need a seamless, tough waterproof barrier, spray polyurethane closed cell foam.

Insulating is more then R-Factor (Resistance to Air Flow) with Polyurethane Foam, you achieve a complete air barrier envelope. No other material can achieve this complete air barrier membrane.

Everyone wants to stay warm when it is cold and cool when it is hot! That is what you can expect when you have Solid Ground, LLC spray foam insulate for you. Polyurethane closed cell foam adds 20% rigidity to your structure when the attic/roof trusses, walls and floors are insulated with 2+ inches of closed cell foam. Finally you can achieve the thermal air barrier standards. 

Concrete Leveling with Closed Cell Polyurethane Foam, its MAGIC!

Solid Ground,  drills a 5/8 of inch hole into the concrete, the diameter of a penny.  We place a one-way valve into the hole.  Next, we attach our resin gun to the valve assembly. Finally, we pull the trigger for 2 or 3 seconds, wait for vapor, motion and then pull the trigger again. As the concrete moves, we slow down the frequency of trigger pulls until we reach a desired height. Once leveled, the concrete is ready to drive on in minutes. What makes this material ideal for this repair are three significant facts:

  1.  Polyurethane closed cell foam is "hydrophobic" waterproof.
  2.  Polyurethane closed cell foam has the compression strength of concrete, without the bulk.
  3.  Polyurethane closed cell foam is injected at 1100 - 1300 PSI and is heated to approx. 300 degrees. This allows the polyurethane to flow and fill the low spot, allowing the back pressure to fill the rest of the void, leaving behind a uniform flow with no stress risers.

Strong, quick and a permanent repair!