Foundation Crack Repair
Foundation wall cracks can be repaired from the interior or exterior. If the basement is unfinished (no drywall or paneling) and the crack is exposed on the interior, we’ll typically recommend our Epoxy / Urethane Injection Process. This is a two step process which involves sealing the crack on its inside face with an epoxy paste and injecting a urethane resin which fills the entire crack to the outside soil.
If the crack is obstructed by paneling or drywall, we can address the problem from the exterior utilizing our Wall-Clay process. This involves coring a small hole in the earth at the crack location and filling the hole with a granular clay to form an impermeable water barrier.
Both foundation crack repair processes are minimally invasive and time proven to be equally effective. They also come with 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.