Concrete Foundation Repair

Cracks in a concrete foundation are common in old construction, but can also happen in newer construction as well. Vertical and diagonal cracks found in basements and crawl spaces are usually caused by the house settling. These cracks can let in moisture that can contribute to mildew and mold growth, as well as creating a path for various vapours and smells to enter your home.

We recommend sealing and repairing foundation cracks that are wider than ⅛ of an inch. 

Repairing foundation cracks is important for several reasons:

  1. Structural Integrity: Foundation cracks can allow moisture and air to penetrate the foundation, which can lead to further damage and instability. 
  2. Cost Savings: Delaying repairs on a foundation crack can lead to further damage, which can be severe and costly.
  3. Improved Indoor Air Quality: Moisture from foundation cracks can lead to mold growth, which can affect indoor air quality and pose health risks to occupants of the building.

With our foundation crack repair services, we can ensure that your basement stays clear of any moisture and vapour intrusion. 

If a foundation is experiencing significant settling, we also recommend a polyurethane foam deep injection underneath the basement slab and footing. This process creates a network of polyurethane foam that repairs the unstable soil and builds a stronger foundation for settled structures.

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