Concrete Anchor Bolts, LLC, a leading provider of foundation repair products, today announced the launch of its new Concrete Anchor Bolts, a suite of foundation repair bolts, at the World of Concrete Trade Show in Las Vegas. The company believes that its bolts are the industry’s most cost and time-efficient foundation repair solution.
Concrete Anchor Bolts repair foundation cracks, corroded anchor bolts, and Simpson Straps in seconds. Each bolt is made from corrosion-resistant, 5/8” B7 rods that exceed ACI and ICRI standards worldwide for wood structure foundation repair. The bolts are all made in the United States and are currently permit-ready in every city and municipality in America.
“Until now, replacing corroded J-bolts and Simpson Straps took a lot of time, was a frustrating process, and involved a lot of costly interior and exterior modifications, as well as time-consuming finish work,” said James Belville, Founder, Inventor and CEO of Concrete Anchor Bolts, LLC. “We’ve over-engineered our bolts to make the worst jobs for concrete repair teams into some of the easiest. Companies using our bolts take on more foundation repair projects and complete them more quickly; all without the Hurricane strap and J-Bolt headaches that usually define this work. We’re launching here at the World of Concrete Trade Show because this industry is desperate for a foundation repair solution that lowers costs while simplifying installation and repair without sacrificing long-term structural integrity.”
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About Concrate Anchor Bolts, LLC.
Concrete Anchor Bolts LLC, engineers, manufactures, and provides fast, efficient, and reliable foundation repair solutions via its new line, simple but effective replacement bolts to repair corroded J-bolts and Simpson straps. The company aims to pair its concrete repair expertise with unique, powerful engineering innovations that simplify foundation repairs without sacrificing quality or long-term, structural integrity. The company has its headquarters in Tempe, Arizona. For further information, visit