Foundation Crack Repair

Interior Crack Before 1
Interior Crack After 1


Foun­da­tion cracks may be inject­ed with mate­ri­als to deal with the leaks. These injec­tions are meant to fill the crack through the thick­ness of the con­crete from the bot­tom of the foun­da­tion to the top. When a crack repair has been prop­er­ly exe­cut­ed, there will be no more water that will come through that par­tic­u­lar crack. It is often argued which mate­r­i­al should be used, epoxy or polyurethane for a crack repair. The truth is it depends on the type of repair you are try­ing to achieve. Both epoxy and polyurethane have qual­i­ties that fit dif­fer­ent repair needs.


Exte­ri­or crack repairs are a great way to stop the leak before it can even get into the crack. This method saves the home­own­er the expense of hav­ing to remove a fin­ished wall or heavy obstruc­tions. The appli­ca­tion requires a two-step process of both exte­ri­or mem­brane and an expan­sive clay (sodi­um ben­tonite), that leaves a pro­tec­tive seal over the crack.

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What our customers say

  • You and your crew did a great job in our base­ment and crawl­space. You went the extra mile to insure that all of our water seep­age prob­lems are over. We would rec­om­mend you high­ly to oth­er peo­ple. Your qual­i­ty and time­ly work out­match­es all the others.

  • We con­tract­ed Fam­i­ly Water­proof­ing Solu­tions for exte­ri­or wall seal­ing and foun­da­tion crack repair ser­vices. Ken was very thor­ough in explain­ing the work that would be done, and his crew did a great job. This busi­ness was a plea­sure to work with.

    Stacie T.
  • Work­man­ship and ser­vice were excel­lent. Would rec­om­mend with­out reservation.