Frequently,people only think of basement waterproofing as the installation of sump pumps and French drains.Most fail to recognize that stopping the water that is coming through foundation walls is also a form of waterproofing.
There are several entry points for water:
- Wall cracks
- Floor cracks
- Around water and sewer pipes
- Through metal tie rods/snap ties
- Cove seams(where the wall meets the floor)
- Cold joints(where new walls meet old ones)
- Honeycomb areas in walls
These troubled areas can all be repaired with our injection process of either a two-part urethane resin or epoxy.The advantage of our injection process is that it stops the water at the source,outside the foundation.