Foundation Crack Repair
Most concrete foundation cracks are strictly due to leaking, especially during heavy rains and snow melt. Not only can excess water in the basement potentially damage and ruin valuable items, but chances for mold and mildew growth are significantly higher which directly impacts a home’s indoor air quality. Basement wall cracks also have the ability to widen.
While a particular crack may not necessarily be a problem at the time, that can change as soon as the next heavy rain storm arrives. After a foundation crack forms, the prospect of water seepage (whether slight or major) is not a matter of "if it happens", but a matter of "when it happens". If water leakage from a foundation crack is minimal now, the potential exists for the crack to widen, allowing further seepage into the basement.
We inject polyurethane into the crack. This repair is done from the inside eliminating costly excavation from the outside. Concrete polyurethane is especially formulated for concrete repair, which expands at the contact of water to fill the crack the polyurethane will remain flexible, thus stopping the leak permanently.