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:: How to fix basement cracks?
Crack Injection:
A Permanent Solution for Stopping Leaks
 As most homeowners with poured-in-place concrete foundations can attest: Cracks in basement walls are a fact of life.
These cracks, due to drying shrinkage, thermal movement, and other causes, usually are minor and result in few problems. But over time, even minor cracks can grow larger and cause big headaches, such as loss of structural integrity or, more commonly, water leakage.

The good news is that in most cases homeowners can now have these cracks fixed permanently—without the need for costly, disruptive excavation—using low-pressure injection of epoxy or polyurethane foam repair materials.

The whole purpose is to fill the crack, from front to back. For basement walls, low-pressure injection is the best way to ensure that the crack is completely filled. This method is effective for filling cracks 0.002 to 1 inch wide in walls up to 12 inches thick. It can also be used to fill cracks in concrete floors and ceilings. For quick response please call 416 821-0666

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