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012 episode of concrete injection made easy podcast

The 12th episode of Concrete Injection Made Easy is a transcript of yesterday's webinar, which was a session of answering your questions.
I replied about why I insist on drilling smaller holes and using smaller than 13mm packers.

Why drill such large holes? It's a waste of time, resin and concrete deterioration. Let's not do that anymore!

011 Taking the ‘Voodoo’ Out of Concrete Injection With Chris Coderre from SealBoss

A big problem on job sites is that some concrete repair contractors aren’t methodical enough in applying proven processes and technologies. This leads to sub-optimal execution and customer dissatisfaction. And this just makes a bad name for the dedicated professionals among us.

The key to being the kind of contractor that gets repeat business because they use proven methods, technologies, and processes is to leverage the information that can be found in well-prepared datasheets.

How a Growth Mindset Is Key to Boosting Your Concrete Injection Business

Welcome to the 10th episode of the Concrete Injection Made Easy Podcast! Wow, what a milestone!. I’m thrilled this project has come this far. The overwhelming positive feedback I’ve received is super-charging me to move forward and provide more content to benefit you, my listeners. Today’s episode is especially interesting because it goes beyond a technical level and shows the importance of having an attitude that encourages personal and business growth and development.

When Using Injection Rubber Is a Way Better Choice Than Acrylic Gel

One complaint I often hear from clients who have ordered concrete leak sealing procedures in which an acrylic gel was used is that under some conditions, the expansion joint leaks again. This problem happens typically because of dry weather, which causes acrylic gels dry out and shrink. And when acrylic gels dry, they lose their elasticity, and ability to adhere to concrete walls. And that’s why water starts leaking. Of course, acrylic gels have the ability to regenerate and expand when they come into contact with water again, but there’s a period of time when they just don’t seal. 

So, if you haven’t already, hit subscribe, sit back and enjoy the episode.

Expand Your Leak Sealing Business Into Concrete Slab Lifting

Maybe you’ve asked yourself the question, what does it take to get into a bigger part of the concrete injection game—namely lifting concrete slabs, polyurethane underpinning, or other major geotech jobs. Many of you may run businesses or have experience working with waterproofing, joint filling, and membrane work. But bigger geotechnical projects are, as my guest Jim Spiegel of Alchemy Spetec says, “a completely different animal.” 

So, if you haven’t already, hit subscribe, sit back and enjoy the episode.

#007 Concrete injection training - Tradecc's Academy

Everyone agrees that the more you know, the better you perform. And that’s why in today’s episode I’ve decided to bring you two fantastic concrete injection repair specialists from Belgium. They’re affiliated with Tradecc, a company with a long, 50-year tradition that over the many years of its operation has validated its processes and approach to business building with an impressive customer base and project portfolio. So without further ado, here are Barbara and Analise to tell you in their own words about this exciting new development.

Make sure you hit subscribe if you haven't already and sit back listening.

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