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Custom Seawall Repair & Maintenance in Michigan

Coastal Renew understands the importance of effective shoreline protection. We offer soil stabilization and seawall repair for various

Understanding Erosion: Causes, High-Risk Areas, and Soil Stabilization in Michigan

Erosion, the gradual wearing away of shorelines, is a natural process influenced by various factors. In Michigan, over

How Does Professional Mold Removal Work?

Mold removal, or mold remediation, is the process of removing or mitigating mold growth from indoor environments. Mold

“Foundations Repair Near Me?” Coastal Renew Has You Covered!

Learning that your foundation needs repair can be scary, but our team makes the process of assessment and

Coastal Renew: Your Answer to “Concrete Lifting Near Me”

Concrete leveling, also known as concrete lifting or slabjacking, is a process used to correct uneven concrete surfaces. Over time,

Crawl Space Vapor Barrier: Michigan Building Code FAQ

Crawl spaces play a crucial role in the structural integrity and moisture management of a building. That’s especially

Coastal Renew uses polyurethane foam for foundation, cement and seawall repair. Polyurethane foam is exceptionally strong, yet lightweight and durable. This material is also highly waterproof, making it the ideal solution for a variety of indoor and outdoor projects. Excellent for crawl space vapor barrier installation, pavement leveling and foundation repair, our team prides itself on using polyurethane foam to its full capability. 

Traditional concrete repair techniques involve mixing a fresh batch of concrete that must structurally match that of the existing concrete. Patching concrete with more concrete can be a bit tricky, and if not done perfectly, will lead to further cracking and crumbling. That’s why we use polyurethane! Injectable foam is affordable, flexible, easy to apply, and it sets in just 15 minutes.