Emecole's Foundation Crack Repair Systems are used by thousands of professionals throughout the U.S. and Canada to repair leaking basement walls and concrete cracks. Our customers have successfully repaired hundreds of thousands of poured concrete walls with Emecole's foundation crack repair products since 1987.
When repairing foundation cracks it is important to realize you are not just stopping an annoying puddle on the basement floor. Cracks left unattended have the potential to grow longer and wider, creating a possible structural problem in the foundation. Cracks that leak water allow moisture into our homes which leads to mold growth. Even if the crack is not visibly leaking water, it can still be leaking dangerous soil gases like radon or methane directly into your home. According to the EPA, Radon is the number one cause of lung cancer in non smokers and a serious health risk to a home’s ecosystem.
Emecole provides a complete line of crack injection materials and accessories for concrete crack repair and basement waterproofing contractors buying in bulk.
Emecole's injection epoxy permanently bonds cracked concrete back together. Due to its added strength, durability and reliability, Emecole recommends epoxy for repairing structural cracks in poured foundations. Available in case quantities.
Polyurethane's flexibility and capability to expand upon injection makes it the recommended injection material for the repair of typical wet and leaking cracks in poured foundations. View Selection Chart for more information. Available in case quantities.
Specially formulated epoxy adhesives used to adhere surface ports to the foundation and to completely seal the crack surface - prevents loss of injection material. Available in case quantities.
Emecole supplies the required tools and accessories necessary for the low-pressure injection of either epoxy or polyurethane foam into poured foundation cracks.
For bowed foundations or to ensure a previously repaired crack in the foundation stays permanent, carbon fiber provides the necessary reinforcement to concrete, ensuring that the foundation is fully secured and stabilized. Carbon Fiber is superior to steel since it is stronger, lighter in weight and non-corrosive.
Applicable for repairing concrete cracks in residential foundations or commercial applications, such as manholes, sewer lines, water dams, parking structures and tunnels.
View Quick Comparison Chart: High Pressure Polyurethane Foams
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Polyurethane Foam & Catalyst
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