Concrete crack injection is the preferred repair method for both cracks in horizontal concrete foundations and vertical concrete surfaces. It also is used to eliminate moisture intrusion in cracks left from other foundation repairs. The concrete injection process involves injecting a 2-part epoxy to connect and seal the cracked slab or wall. In some cases, additional pinning or connectors are placed across the crack before the epoxy injection to help stabilize any future movement.
If the cracking is caused by foundation settlement, it’s important to repair the foundation prior to utilizing the injection method. This will minimize additional movement and prevent further damage. Crack injection utilized in conjunction with other foundation settlement repair solutions provides the absolute highest level of protection against future movement and failure.
Furthermore, our epoxy injection foundation crack repair solution goes beyond just patching walls. Whether your home or business has floor cracks, wall cracks, or cracks near doors and window seals, we can find a solution through our concrete injection process.
We can handle cracks of any size. Even the smallest, most inconspicuous cracks can benefit from an epoxy injection. Cracks will only get worse over time—repairing them early before major issues occur is crucial and will save you time, money, and unnecessary stress.
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If you have horizontal and vertical cracks in your home or business foundation and would like a no-cost inspection to determine if this foundation crack repair method will work for you, contact us today. We are here to answer your questions! We will provide you with a transparent inspection, and repair your cracks efficiently and effectively. We look forward to hearing from you!
The process involves injecting a “glue” of 2-part epoxy to connect and seal the cracked slab or wall. In some cases, additional pinning or connectors are placed across the crack before the epoxy injection to help stabilize any future movement.
If left untreated, foundation cracks will only grow larger over time. One crack will lead to another until the integrity of your structure is completely compromised. Foundation Technology specializes in diagnosing and repairing any type of concrete crack issue.