VIDEO: Repair of a Leaky Crack in a Poured Concrete Foundation Wall
Watch how we repair a leaky crack in a poured concrete foundation wall. Resin/Grout Injection is a far superior method to a surface sealant such as hydraulic cement. This method is done from inside your basement so you don’t have to dig up the yard to make the repair!
Homes with basements or crawlspaces often experience water or moisture intrusion. A common source of water intrusion are leaky cracks in the poured concrete foundation. American Crawlspace Solutions repairs leaky cracks to stop water intrusion. In poured concrete foundations, most of these cracks are “non-structural,” which means they do not pose a significant threat to your home’s stability, aside from the occasional leak.
Surface sealants such as hydraulic cement or caulk are commonly applied. However, these superficial solutions are often ineffective. The basement and foundation repair professionals at American Crawlspace Solutions use a high pressure pump to inject foam resin into the crack, completely sealing the void to keep your basement dry.