“I found the product at a home show either in Las Vegas or Orlando at the Home Owners Convention several years ago…. Thinking about 6 years, and we became a distributor shortly after that. We haven’t used any other brands like that. I would rate ease of installation a 5, as well as customer service, shipping, and delivery. I would recommend it to others because it’s a quick and easy installation, and cost wise, I think it’s a good remedy to stabilize a foundation compared to other alternatives.”
—Jim, Krueger Construction
Hi Erin, on response to your inquiry, I first learned about your product on line. I have been installing your products for 2 years. Installation is rated 5 and shipping is rated 5. Customer relations is also rated 5. I recommend StablWall over other products because it does what you say it does and my loyalty is with you. I’m not very busy with that part of my business right now but hope to do more with basement restructuring and water proofing in the future. Thanks for reaching out,
—Dan Blair, Earth Safe Environmental LLC
We’ve been using Stablwall for 3 years an have had great success with the
product. The service has been above and beyond my expectations . Looking
forward to a long an profitable relationship.
Hello again from Tennessee! So far, I have been very pleased with the results of the Stablwall product. I am a retired engineer from Department of Energy’s (DOE) prime contractors in Oak Ridge, 1N. and used to work with Great Lakes Carbon and learned about carbon and graphite products while with them and also while using graphite carbon products within the nuclear industry for DOE. Carbon/graphite fibers are very strong. They are approximately 10 times stronger in tensile strength than steel. They are superior to any fiberglass product. Just recently, the carbon fibers were made available for civilian use. The military and government had consumed most of that which was produced until now. The military use was for aircraft (example is stealth bomber); body armor, bridge structure and tank repair, and the such. Being used in the stealth bomber shows that it has met the temperature ex~emes of high altitudes.
—Richard Clark, Retired Structural Engineer
We were building a 7 story condominium in Brooklyn, NY. Our structural engineer suggested we reinforce our basement walls with carbon fiber as an added level of strength. We had quotes of over $200,000 to do the job. We contacted StablWall who worked with our structural engineer and got us the carbon fiber product and materials for our job. The entire job cost us under $10,000 and, with StablWall’s guidance, was extremely easy to install.
—Michael M. Cohen, Rychik Design & Construction