Stem wall before the repair was done.
Here you see another area of the stem wall before the repair.
The crew dug a small trench to get better access to the stem wall.
Horizontal cracks in stem wall can be a sign the the existing rebar has oxidized.
The weakened concrete is cut out to get to the old rebar inside the stem wall.
The old rebar is then removed from the stem wall.
Close up of the old rebar before being 100% removed.
After the concrete has been cute away and the rebar removed from this section of stem wall.
Once all the rebar is removed the crew can begin to install our patented NeverRust Composite.
Here you see Foreperson Raymundo install the NeverRust Composite.
After the NeverRust is in place the stem wall is patched.
Closer look at the stem wall after it had been patched.
Raymundo did a excellent job!
Ok one look at the finish product! We just can't get enough of how good the stem wall looks now.
The stem wall of the Mesa home began showing serious warning signs of failure. This was due to the oxidation of the rebar inside the concrete. Our expert stem excavated the area near the damaged stem wall and chipped out existing failed concrete to fractured rock and behind existing rebar. We removed the existing rebar and replaced it with NEVERRUST non-ferrous composite. To finish, we coated and patched the area with a cement patch and backfilled the excavated area around the home!