Unstable Pool Deck
Ground Consolidation Services recently sent a crew to repair a pool deck in Hampton, GA. As you can see from the before and after photos, the concrete slab was cracked and had started separating. Due to the unstable soil that caused the concrete to break apart, part of the deck was pulling away from the pool liner. If the liner had breached, the pool water would have started seeping into the soil, further destabilizing everything.
Polyurethane Pool Repair
Fortunately our crew arrived to start the job before the liner was breached. Our skilled technicians used Alchemy-Spetec's AP Lift 430, a high-strength polyurethane foam, to lift the sunken part of the slab back into place. Restoring the slab to its original state relieved the pressure on the pool liner, preserving the integrity of the pool and the surrounding soil.