Tune in to the Concrete Injection Made Easy podcast, where your host Mateusz Furs shares his experience on injection technology and helps you get ahead of the curve with your business. Discover how to pick and adjust the right resin or pump to the job to get the best, watertight seal on cracks and expansion joints…and expand your customer base. Since 2010, Mateusz has worked in the concrete repair industry both as a product manager and as an owner-operator of contracting company in Warsaw, Poland. In 2017, he started a blog on injection technologies and water tightening solutions like curtains, horizontal and vertical insulation, selection of suitable grouts, pumps, and packers. In the podcast and on his blog, he talks about the injection technology in concrete, masonry, walls of concrete blocks, and stone as well as techniques for stopping groundwater outflow. He also dives into the principles of destruction by moisture and salts—and what can be done to prevent it. He shares his experience of soil stabilization, lifting concrete and making resin diaphragms in the ground, so that you can apply the same techniques in your business. It's a mix of solo shows and interviews from Mateusz, you're not going to want to miss. Hit subscribe and take your injection business to new heights.
Injection Grouting, Marketing and a Geek
From this 24th podcast episode you will find out that the greatest danger to our industry is not our direct competitor, but ignorance. If we are to think about improving the situation of each of the participants in this market, then we should all work to increase the awareness of our clients and prospects.
Charlie puts it straight, the best customer is an educated customer. Ask yourself if your client has been well prepared for the planned activities on its construction site?
What does the ITTT acronym mean? If This, Than That.
Our today's guest is Charlie Lerman tells you what you can do to become a recognizable personality in the world of concrete repair.
Range of all injection applications #23
This podcast episode will explain the wider applicability of fundamental injection rules around.
When I was learning injection, nothing helped me much as this broad view of the issue.
I'm going to construction and what's next?
Target injection location is my answer to a lot of questions.
And it allows you to put together a puzzle of technology.
Nothing else helped me as much as this table.
No other classification explains so many things in one fell swoop.
Do you want to get into the injection topic and understand the main principles?
This episode is for you.
The commandment of need in the concrete injection industry based on The Millionaire Fastlane by M. J. DeMarco
#022 of the Concrete Injection Made Easy podcast
Making money in the concrete injection repair industry is far more than just drilling holes and injecting resin. There’s a lot you can do to make your business more like an automated money-spinning machine like Amazon, Facebook, or Google.
Does your company look like these giants? And what about your business model?
So don't be surprised by the lower earnings!
Today we're starting a series of 5 episodes about 5 Commandments.
These 5 are as follows:
1. The commandment of need. Businesses satisfy the needs of people. Don’t chase money. Rather, look at how your business will help other people
2. The commandment of entry. As entry barriers to a business fall, or lessen, the effectiveness of that road declines while competition in that field subsequently strengthens. To overcome weak entry, you need exceptionalism
3. The commandment of control. Run an organization that you control or you will be at the mercy of someone else
4. The commandment of scale. Increase scale and magnitude in your business
5. The commandment of time. Your business should detach you from your time
Concrete Injection Drilling Calculator
#021 Concrete Injection Made Easy podcast.
Today is a day with a lot of news. Note, I am giving away knowledge, just download it to automate your activity in the concrete repair industry.
This episode is entirely about how to preparation of crack injection in concrete.
I am talking about an e-book that I recently finished. The book titled 6 core principles for effective crack injection discusses the most important issues of preparation for injection, increasing the chances of correct and effective filling of the crack using pressure injection technology.
In order for the book to live and adapt to the situation on your construction site, the book comes with a spreadsheet calculating the distance from the crack at which to start drilling at a given angle to cut the crack in half the thickness of the repaired concrete.
Additionally, you will calculate the length of the drill bit needed for this as well as the distance between holes drilled at the same side of the crack.
In my opinion, in the offline industry like injection services only using such automation as calculators allows you to accelerate key technological decisions, avoiding wasted time and simple mistakes.
All this will prove to be successful once and for all. And without returns and complaints, you will develop your business.
Both my book and the spreadsheet that works with it provide faster work, automation and reduce the risk of making mistakes when preparing a crack for injection.
And all this is told in the latest episode of the podcast.
So today you get 3 in 1.
A book, a spreadsheet, and a podcast episode that tells it all.
I invite you to listen to this conversation and download a tool that will speed up your work.
Remember that we drill depending on the thickness of the concrete, and this is basically the only information you give to the calculator for the calculation.
Advantages of an Injection Test Field with Stephan Delarue
This is the 20th episode of Concrete Injection Made Easy.
You are just about to listen to the 20th episode of the Concrete Injection Made Easy podcast.
Today's topic seems interesting to me, and it relates to collecting information before making a proper repair.
In almost all of the previous episodes, we talked about the crucial need to understand the problem. The injection test field serves this purpose.
And as it will turn out, it is a great way to prove that pressure injection can be a great solution to many problems on the construction site. All you have to do is do everything carefully.
I invite you to listen to an interview with Stephan Delarue from Webac, who bye the way was our guest on the 3rd episode.
I do encourage you to listen to the previous episode with Stephan as well.
019 How to run a construction company with Jens Bögershausen
The owner of such a company works a lot, of course. Travels a lot, probably. But he can't be everywhere at once. This means that finding the right associates, controlling the quality of the tasks performed, building a network of contacts, and acquiring customers become a project, not just a single task.
In fact, each of these is a separate project that must be supervised, consulted, asked the right questions and motivated people to look for the best answers.
So if you are an entrepreneur struggling with a handful of employees, you have problems with maintaining the quality and repeatability of your services, you are thinking about hiring subcontractors but you are afraid that you will not maintain the quality (as I am at the moment), this conversation is simply for you.
Very good idea, very good implementation supported by experience !! If you know the word concrete injection, this podcast is for you! I subscribe !!
It’s finally here:)
Finally a great interviews with the construction business experts are available. Thanks again to everyone who helped me with this podcast project. I appreciate it. All the best. 👍