Foundation Crack Repair

Foundation wall cracks can be repaired from the interior side of the foundation wall.
If the basement is unfinished (No drywall or paneling) and the crack is exposed on the interior, we’ll recommend our Epoxy / Urethane injection process. This is a two step process which involves sealing the crack on the inside of the foundation with an epoxy paste and injecting a urethane resin which fills the entire crack to the outside soil.
Our foundation crack repair process includes a transferable lifetime warranty to the homeowner.
Most foundation wall cracks do not pose any structural concerns. Certain crack pattern formations and those wider than 1/8”, however, can be a sign of a structural problem that should be further evaluated. Our basement adviser will be able to suggest solutions for your foundation issues.

Foundation Wall Cracks

Are the most common source of water coming through a poured foundation wall. The cracks are most frequently caused by stress, settling or shrinkage during the concrete’s curing process.

In general, most cracks are hairline (less than 1/8” wide) and run vertically or diagonally from the top of the foundation wall down to the bottom. They also go all the way through the wall which is why they leak. In the event your foundation walls are covered by paneling or drywall, our Basement Advisor can usually locate the crack(s) on the exterior if the top of the foundation wall is exposed above the ground level.
We offer foundation crack repair solutions for all foundation types, including poured foundations and Block / Brick foundations. Foundation repairs can be performed from both the interior and exterior of your foundation.

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