Emecole Metro has officially launched a dedicated Spanish-language website, EmecoleEspanol.com. This effort increases the accessibility of Emecole Metro’s concrete repair product offering to thousands of Spanish-speaking contractors and homeowners.
The dedicated Spanish website’s selection of products is rolling out in phases. Upon launch, the website featured the most popular offerings from their foundation crack repair and concrete slab repair selection of products, including their fully equipped starter kits. The phased rollout allows for the necessary instructions, labels, and data sheets to be properly translated into the Spanish language, ensuring that Spanish-speaking end users are fully accommodated from pre-sales web browsing to the final use of product.
Emecole Metro has been the concrete repair and basement waterproofing contractor’s trusted product supply partner for more than 30 years, with its extensive line of solutions for addressing water seepage and troubled foundations in basements and crawl spaces. The story of Emecole Metro starts with the pioneering of the low pressure crack injection process by company founder Lou Cole. His subsequent formulations of his two-component epoxies and the development of his dual cartridge spring-assisted manual dispensing gun made repairing cracks in poured foundations more time-efficient and cost-effective.
Compared to the drawn-out effort of servicing leaking foundation walls via drain tile, low pressure crack injection made the servicing of foundation cracks a one-person job that could also be accomplished in only a couple of hours. Contractors had the flexibility to complete more jobs each day to result in reduced man-hours and with less manpower. When compared to high pressure crack injection, contractors saved on equipment costs with low pressure crack injection’s modest component requirements.
Following its acquisition by Metropolitan Industries in 2016, Emecole Metro has maintained its commitment to supporting contractors servicing concrete and wet basement challenges. The new Emecole Metro Spanish-language website opens that opportunity to a wider audience while helping to grow the number of wet basements being transformed into dry and healthy environments.