Crack injections use an epoxy or polyurethane material to repair a crack and fill voids in your basement wall preventing water from entering. It can be used for damaged walls that are no longer moving, or in part with wall bracing methods for walls that show signs of potential further damage.
When water begins to leak through your basement floors or walls, it can lead to serious damage. The professionals at Foundation Authority understand how all different types of basement leaks are caused and can provide a variety of techniques to handle every source of basement wall and floor leaks.
There are various compounds used for fixing wall cracks, but crack injection is the most common method for repairing cracks. The process of injecting cracks helps to prevent water from seeping into the basement and involves injecting either epoxy or an expanding urethane compound into the crack.