If you own a home that requires poured concrete foundation repair then you have come to the right place.
From a diagnostic perspective having a poured concrete foundation is one of the best types to have when trying to find leaks. We say this because poured concrete foundations are solid rather than their block style counterparts which are hollow in the center. Having a solid characteristic means that where you see water coming through on the inside is where it makes its way in from the exterior side.
CONCRETE FOUNDATION REPAIR FAQ
What is the most common leakage problem with concrete foundations?
Foundation cracks and rod holes are the most common ways for a poured foundation to leak.
How do you repair poured concrete foundation cracks & rod holes?
Foundation cracks & rod holes can be injected from the interior side or waterproofed on the exterior side depending on the circumstances.
Is it common for a home to have more than one foundation crack?
Yes, in fact every poured foundation will have at least 2 or more cracks in its foundation, most of which do not leak.
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