- Above and below grade waterproofing
- Liquid membrane or sheet membrane applications
- Grout/Foam injections on concrete walls and floors
- Patching & replacement
- High & Low rise commercial buildings
- Parking garage
- Crack Repair
Most of us have noticed a crack in a concrete slab, whether it be on a foundation wall, a basement or garage floor or perhaps our eyes were drawn to a crack at the bottom of an in-ground swimming pool, these cracks can ultimately lead to a variety of damages. Typically speaking, these cracks are not a structural threat; they are a gateway for water damages. You see, most cracks allow water to penetrate and seep inside, under or behind the concrete. Over time this moisture can cause mold and mildew challenges, ultimately this can affect the indoor air quality of your building. And left alone can result in expensive, disruptive and time consuming repairs. Fortunately there are several effective and affordable solutions.
As noted above there are many reasons to address cracks in concrete, yet the most compelling just might be what lies behind the benefits of epoxy and polyurethane based injections. This technique, if executed by a qualified contractor, is cost-effective, convenient, permanent and very reliable. The injection of this low pressure crack filler will eliminate the possibility of water penetration, preventing further deterioration of the concrete. Another benefit of epoxy and polyurethane based material is its ability to adhere to concrete, all the while maintaining a seal through minor expansion or contraction of the concrete. These minor movements are often caused by thermal movement or drying shrinkage.