Repairing Non-Structural Foundation Cracks (wet/leaking)
Most concrete structure crack concerns are cracks leaking following heavy rains and snow melt. Not only does water leaking into structures damage or ruin valuable items, the chance for mold and mildew growth are significantly higher, which directly impacts the structures indoor air quality. While a crack may not currently pose a problem, that can quickly change following the next heavy rain as cracks do have the ability to widen.
Polyurethane resins can be used to seal wet/leaking cracks as narrow as 0.002 inches. The hydrophobic polyurethane resin will chase the water and penetrate into tight micro-cracks and pores and create a firm bond to the wet concrete, while hydrophobic polyurethane resins are used to quickly seal off gushing leaks up to a couple of inches wide. Cured polyurethanes are flexible and will tolerate future crack movements. These repair options are permanent and work with either active or dormant cracks.
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