The traditional way of using sandbags to construct trench breakers is no longer efficient when it comes to time nor cost. So how do you support pipelines when working on steep, uneven and very rocky terrain?
Basement Systems of West Virginia uses a structural-grade spray polyurethane foam (SPF) to build trenchbreakers. This method not only allows them to work faster but it's also muc more affordable. Another great feature of our spray foam product is that it expands to fill the voids around the exposed pips and creating a cushioning effect rather than damaging the pipes the way the weight of sandbags can potentially damage them. Also, spray foam can be used as rock shield, pipeline pillow support and pipe insulation.
We proudly service West Virginia and the greater Charleston area from Cumberland, MD to Saint Albans, WV and from Hurricane, WV to Charles Town, WV and more.