Bulkhead & Seawall

Seawalls, Bulkheads & Riprap

If you’re a property owner facing a failing seawall, bulkhead or Riprap issue, you know the devastating consequences of erosion and settlement caused by leaks or improper drainage. From sinkholes to fall hazards, the consequences of ignoring these liabilities can be severe. The process of repairing or replacing a seawall or bulkhead can be a costly and time-consuming endeavor, especially if your property is located in an environmentally sensitive area.

With PLY Solutions, this is no longer a daunting endeavor.

Waterfront Properties
Waterfront Communities
Riprap Stabilization & Erosion Control
Commercial Marinas
Municipal Harbor
Maritime Ports
Seawalls and Bulkheads Repairs: A Cost-Effective and Eco-Friendly Solution

At PLY Solutions, we specialize in using polyurethane foams to stabilize soil, fill voids and seal leaks related to seawall and bulkheads. Our HydroFoam is specifically designed for jobs where water or moisture are present, making them the perfect choice for seawall and bulkhead repairs.

Our HydroFoam is a heavy-duty polyurethane foam that is chemically resistant and designed to set up in the presence of water. It’s lightweight, environmentally friendly, and lasts for decades, making it a cost-effective and long-lasting solution for your seawall or bulkhead repair needs.

By using specialized equipment and installation methods, we can ensure that your seawall or bulkhead is stabilized for years to come. Our repairs not only provide strength and durability, but they also last longer than most other repair methods due to chemical properties of our polyurethane foam.

Don’t let a failing seawall or bulkhead compromise the safety and value of your property. Contact Ply Solutions today to learn more about our HydroFoam and how we can help you with your seawall or bulkhead repair needs.

Seawalls and Bulkheads Repair with HydroFoam
Pipe Install
Foam Injection
Riprap Stabilization & Erosion Control

HydroFoam is an excellent solution for supporting riprap walls, which are typically used to control erosion along shorelines and waterways. Riprap walls are made up of large rocks or concrete blocks stacked together to form a barrier that protects the shore from wave action, storm surges, and other environmental forces. However, even the best-designed riprap walls can fail over time due to soil erosion and other factors.

That’s where HydroFoam comes in. HydroFoam is a high-density polyurethane foam that can be injected into:

  1. The voids within riprap barrier walls or
  2. The soil underneath the riprap wall to provide additional support and stability

The benefits of using HydroFoam to support riprap are numerous. For one, it’s a cost-effective solution that can extend the life of the riprap wall and prevent costly repairs or replacements. Additionally, HydroFoam is environmentally friendly and poses no risk to nearby ecosystems or wildlife. And because it’s lightweight and easy to apply, the installation process is quick and minimally disruptive.

Another advantage of using HydroFoam is its ability to resist erosion and other environmental forces. Unlike traditional fill materials such as gravel or sand, HydroFoam is chemically resistant and will not break down or compress over time, even when exposed to water or moisture. This makes it an ideal choice for supporting riprap walls that are subject to wave action or other environmental stresses.

Overall, the use of HydroFoam to support riprap walls is a smart and practical solution for property owners and environmental managers alike. It’s cost-effective, environmentally friendly, and provides the long-lasting support and stability that riprap walls need to protect shorelines and waterways from erosion and other environmental forces.

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Our team of Commercial Foam Specialist are available to provide support, review project details and recommend specific solutions. Let us know what your specific situation entails.

Signs of a Failing Structure

Seawall & Bulkhead Foam Options

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