Foundation Crack Injection

A crack in a foundation wall extending from floor to ceiling.

Restore and Strengthen Concrete Foundations with Crack Injection

If you own a house, chances are you have seen water seepage. A cracked foundation can let the water in, leading to water damage, drywall cracking, warping floors, and more! Crack injection is a cost-effective way to seal those cracks to stop them from getting worse and keep the water out!

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What Is Crack Injection?

Crack injection refers to the process of forcing a fluid resin into a void or crack in a foundation wall. Upon curing it provides a strong and watertight seal.

Exploring the Different Resins Used in Crack Injection


Polyurethane is a fluid resin that expands as it cures in approximately 5 to 20 minutes. In the presence of moisture, urethane becomes more reactive, making it an ideal choice for repairs in leaking basements.


Essentialy a glue, epoxy cures in approximately 4 to 6 hours after application. Once fully cured, the bond is stronger than the concrete itself, making it ideal for structural repairs in the foundation.

How It Works

Advantages of Crack Injection

Crack injection offers numerous benefits that effectively tackle the potential problems associated with untreated foundation cracks. These advantages include:

  • Water damage prevention: By sealing the cracks in foundation walls, crack injection prevents water seepage, protecting your property from moisture-related damage, mold, mildew, and potential structural issues.

  • Enhanced structural integrity: Injecting resin into cracks restores the strength and stability of the foundation walls, reducing the risk of further shifting, settling, or structural damage. This helps ensure the long-term stability and safety of the entire building.

  • Pest prevention: Foundation cracks can serve as entry points for pests, such as rodents and insects. By sealing these cracks through injection, you effectively eliminate access points, minimizing the risk of infestations and maintaining a safe living or working environment.

  • Maintaining property value: Untreated foundation cracks can raise concerns for potential buyers or inspectors, potentially leading to decreased property value. By addressing cracks through injection, you preserve or increase the value of your property, facilitating successful real estate transactions.

Crack injection not only offers a solution for repairing existing cracks but also offers long-term benefits such as water damage prevention, improved structural integrity, pest prevention, maintained property value, and is less costly than other repair options.

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Can the cracks in my concrete be repaired?

If you’re unsure of whether or not you need a crack repaired, give us a call for a free consultation at (630)746-5395.

Do you require a down payment?

No payment is required to start service on most projects. Payment will be due upon completion of the service.

How long will I have to wait for a service appointment?

We understand that completing your repair projects is a priority and do our best to complete all services in a timely manner. Typical wait times are between 1 and 2 weeks. However, there may be longer wait times in peak seasons or if there have been weather delays.