Traditional pool or large inground hole flashing is done with a thin coat of Gunite. This material is spayed on around the upper edge and down the sidewalls to help prevent the walls from settling in during the early stages of the pool construction process. While the process has worked well for years, beyond the benefit of a temporary structural solution, there are no additional benefits. Our spray on polyurethane process is designed to help mitigate the potential wall collapse of the newly excavated area and provided additional benefits to the pool building and the end-user.
The spray process utilizes a closed cell geo structural polyurethane material that dries in minutes, not hours, provided a water-resistant barrier between the surrounding soil and the pool shell. Our process can be carried throughout the entire structure to provide the additional water barrier and insulation capabilities for the entire pool area. Our lightweight injection rigs will mean less issues with heavy equipment on site to complete the application vs the traditional process with heavy equipment required to complete the traditional flashing process.