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Seawalls
Your commercial seawall is the most efficient way to protect your investment. Initially, you may think that maintaining a seawall is a hassle. However, allowing your seawall to fail can cause significant financial damage to your business, and surrounding properties. You can also be fined for allowing your seawall to fall into a state of...
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Over time, seawalls age and deteriorate. This is caused by waves striking the concrete slabs, severe weather, heating and cooling cycles in the concrete, and more. The important factor is that a seawall needs to be renovated when it begins to show signs of wear. Increased Home Value Living on a coastal or waterfront property in Florida...
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Building a seawall is a great way to protect and enhance your waterfront property. Seawalls prevent erosion, control waves, and have the added bonus of increasing property value. There are several seawall materials available, each one suitable for different conditions and applications. Consultation is Important No single material is perfect for every seawall. Before you begin...
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As beautiful and majestic as nature can be, there are times when we must protect ourselves against the uncertainties and dangers it presents; this is particularly true for those who live along the gulf coast. The gulf coast shores of Florida are some of the most unpredictable places on earth, yet it is a captivating...
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When purchasing a waterfront property with a seawall, you should hire a professional seawall inspector to evaluate the present condition. The seawall is an expensive and necessary part of your property and provides an important protective barrier that is most often ignored. If you own a property with a seawall, when was the last time...
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Soils can become unstable due to Gravitational effects on loose granular type soils causing movement and creating voids in between particles. Clay type soils can expand and shrink due to climatic changes causing the soil to swell and shrink causing movement. Buried Organic matter in the underlying soil will decay over time leaving voids that...
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Unstable soil can be defined as soil that will not stay in place on its own, and therefore requires extra support. It should be noted that unstable soil can threaten the stability, security, and safety of infrastructure and can damage, degrade, and even destroy a number of structures, such as buildings, bridges, and roads. There...
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When it comes to seawalls, there is a lot more to learn than meets the eye. A seawall is like a living, breathing thing: especially in the way that they are designed to function. But like all living breathing things, they have a finite lifespan. For many of them, it’s a mere 20 – 30...
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Purchasing a waterfront property gives you the ability to enjoy a variety of water-related activities. While having a large body of water within steps of your home can be beneficial, controlling this water is essential when it comes to protecting your property against potential damage. One of the most effective tools that you can use...
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The Seawall Doctor’s suggest doing these two things before severe weather this Memorial Day Weekend. Check Your Seawall Take a look at your seawall during low tide. If you notice any cracking, shifting or leaning of the seawall, bowing, or erosion of the ground around the seawall, it is best to get it inspected by a...
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SEAWALL DOCTORS, a full-service construction company, has been located in South Florida for several years specializing in sea wall repair, soil stabilization, infrastructure restoration, remodeling and construction.