Basement Solutions provides interior and exterior structural and crack repair for concrete foundations and concrete walls to prevent leaks for years to come, and ensure that your home’s structure is safe and sound.
Have you spotted cracks in your home’s foundation or walls?
Minor cracks can grow into serious structural issues, leading to water damage, plumbing problems, insect infestation and more. Therefore no matter the size, these should be taken seriously and dealt with in a timely manner. We aim to be that timely manner and safe solution.
Whatever the crack repair problem, Basement Solutions has an answer.
Don’t wait for small issues to turn into big problems. Look for these signs.
- Wall cracks, especially around windows, doors and corners
- Water seepage
- Windows and doors that don’t open or close properly
- Bowed walls
- Foundation cracks outside your home, above ground level but below the siding
- In brick homes, cracks in mortar joints between bricks
- Basement flooding
- Uneven floors
Our experts will locate interior and exterior wall and foundation cracks and recommend either an epoxy injection from the inside or to excavate and seal cracks from the outside.
If your home has extensive structural issues which is common in older homes, the structural integrity of foundation walls is often compromised. For this reason, our team can install underpinnings (a solid foundation laid below ground), I-beams (steel joists or girders with cross-sections shaped like the capital letter I), carbon fiber (a material consisting of thin, extremely strong crystalline filaments of carbon) or replace entire walls to support and strengthen your home. Accordingly, in more complicated and potentially dangerous projects, we partner with a structural engineer to solve your structural issues.
- a) Poured Concrete Foundation
If your home has a poured concrete foundation, as a result our team will use polyurethane or epoxy injections to seal interior wall cracks. The injection fills from the interior to the exterior and even seals hidden cracks.
- b) Concrete Block Foundation
If your home has a concrete block foundation, our team will use hydraulic cement to fill interior wall cracks. If necessary, we’ll implement structural repair remedies to insure that the cracks do not spread or worsen to any degree.