But cracks in concrete do. And if there is one thing you can bet on, it is that concrete will crack and more often than not the water seeping through the crack will be a bigger problem than the crack itself. Contact us today to ensure your basement crack repair is robust, permanent, and free of leaks.
It may be as simple as too much moisture in your basement or as severe as an erosion of the concrete and the structural steel embedded in the walls.
Safe & Easy Repair
Stopping further water seepage and preventing erosion of the interior wall structure are tasks that can safely and easily be completed with our urethane pressure basement crack repair injection methods.
Urethane Pressure Injection
For almost 50 years urethane grout has been used to stop leaks in dams, storage tanks, subways, manholes, tunnels and concrete foundations.
We inject a two part liquid under pressure into the seeping crack. As the material enters the crack it is mixed and becomes dense foam. The foam expands and fills the cracks and voids in the concrete.
Fills cracks completely
Urethane grout can penetrate any crack that will allow water movement and seals it from the bottom to the top, inside and out. An adhesive bond and a compression seal are formed in the walls of the crack. This prevents any water seepage between the grout and the walls of the crack.
Curing without becoming brittle or rigid allows the urethane grout to expand and contract. This is especially useful for the longevity of your basement crack repair during freeze-thaw cycles of winter and summer. The flexibility is also useful if there is any continued movement in the concrete walls.