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SlabStitch Announces New Features for Swimming Pool Crack Repair Product
By: SlabStitch Structural Systems
The new and improved anchor and wedge offers many new benefits that help to make the installation process that much easier and effective.
New Product Features:
Larger 5/8" anchor and wedge design allows for greater flexibility in the length allowed for positive holding values in concrete pool wall, floor, and deck materials.
*More Robust Anchor and Wedge Designed for Easier Installation
*Improved Performance for Heavy Duty Fastening
*Simplified Installation Process
"Hi, I am just writing to express my satisfaction with the SlabStitch Anchor Stitch product for swimming pool crack repair. It's a great product and a really big improvement over stapling. The instructions were easy to follow and they tightened down nicely. They couldn't have been easier to install. I won't hesitate to recommend them and will definitely use them on my next pool and spa repair. Slabtite is a phenomenal – two thumbs up!"
- Jeff Swain, Swain Pools & Spas / Tallahassee, FL
"I have repaired many pool structure cracks in 35 yrs in the swimming pool industry and used many different products for the repairs. By far the Anchor Stitch system was the easiest and most effective product I have ever used. Not only was the product superior to all the rest but customer support was excellent. I will definitely use this product again and refer it to my colleagues."
Peter Church, Owner, WaterWay Pools, Inc / Port St. Lucie, FL
"I bought two boxes of 10 anchor stitches, installed them, and then went back for three more boxes. I put in 50 SlabTite stitches on that job and it was a simple process. Since then I installed 30 anchor stitches on another job. Great Product…Met the Rep while at the Distributor and got a glimpse of some new product features, very impressive."
- Mike LaChance, Pool -X-Perts, Inc. / Deerfield Beach, FL
"The SlabTite Anchor Stitches are highly recommended as the best solution to restrain future movement in slabs."
- Shannon Kissane, President Pool and Spa Designs, Inc., Licensed Aquatic Engineering Consultant
For more please visit http://slabStitch.com
Page Updated Last on: Sep 01, 2022