Alaskans trust Seawall Repair Network® for cost-effective, non-disruptive, durable waterfront barrier rehabilitation. Because Alaska is surrounded by approximately 86,051 square miles of water and contains over 12,000 rivers, seawall issues are not uncommon. Freeze/thaw cycles create soil instability as temperatures change dramatically throughout the year. In addition to the freeze/thaw cycles, Alaska’s coastal regions are also prone to erosion and storm surge damage. This makes it important for property owners to have a reliable and experienced seawall repair service to ensure their waterfront structures remain intact and protected.
Seawall Repair Network®’s approach to seawall repair and rehabilitation involves the use of innovative technologies and high-quality materials to ensure long-lasting solutions. Their member-contractors are equipped with the latest tools and equipment to deliver effective repair services to clients across the state.
Seawall Repair Network® is committed to providing cost-effective and non-disruptive solutions to its clients. They work closely with property owners to assess their needs and develop customized solutions that are tailored to their specific requirements.
Seawall Repair Network®’s member-contractors are thoroughly vetted for their expertise and professionalism. As the only national seawall and waterfront barrier repair network, we are uniquely positioned to offer comprehensive solutions across the entire state of Alaska.
See the Seawall Stabilization and Seawall Preservation pages for an overview of the Seawall Repair Network® proprietary repair process. That being said, each waterfront property, structure, and environment provide unique challenges and requires appropriate repair and remediation procedures. A preferred marine contractor will create a custom repair plan for your seawall.
One of the many advantages of the Seawall Repair Network® proprietary repair process is that it does not require excavation of your property. The majority of our projects require non-invasive repair procedures using light equipment.
The cost of repairing a seawall is generally 70% – 80% less than the cost of replacing a seawall. Seawall Repair Network® repair materials SW-RP1 and SW-RP6 are rock solid and last for the life of the structure.
The hallmark of the Seawall Repair Network® advantage is the SW-RP1 repair material. SW-RP1 does not care what your seawall is made of and does not care what type of seawall you have. This material will permanently bond to, seal, and stabilize your seawall regardless of type.
Seawall Repair Network® was founded by technicians with decades of experience in the field. The SRN proprietary repair process was developed based on an in-depth understanding that only comes from years of on-site seawall repair work. SRN contractors are chosen based on their technical qualifications and proven experience. They are then thoroughly trained in the Seawall Repair Network® proprietary repair process.