Not all foundation crack repair companies in Massachusetts or New Hampshire use the same material or method for repairing a crack in a concrete foundation. Some contractors or builders will try using a hydraulic cement to stop the water from entering your basement. However, this is just a quick fix. This type of fix hardly ever comes with a warranty or guarantee. Using this method will soon result in the cracking of the hydraulic cement and the foundation will leak again. A wet basement is again the end result. Some homeowners will do a bit more research and find foundation crack repair kits online or at local hardware stores. These kits are again, a very bad idea. The preparation of a basement foundation wall is the most important step of all before applying or using epoxy injections, polyurethane foam injections or similar crack repair products. Without proper preparation, the result will be a failed attempt to fix a crack in your concrete or block wall foundation.
Landscape companies in Ma or NH sometimes get involved with exterior foundation crack repairs. Once a crack is located from the outside of a concrete foundation they will begin to dig all the way down to the bottom of the concrete foundation wall. The next step that would be taken is patching with a hydraulic cement, tar or rubber gasket or sealer to stop water from entering your basement. These methods of foundation repair ARE NOT 100% effective and can be costly. The high costs stem from not only in the actual repair but also in the clean up and additional landscaping fees. Because these companies are not actual foundation repair specialists, they cannot guarantee their work and most times offer little to no warranty at all.
In most cases drilling holes in the foundation is a common method to allow epoxy or polyurethane to be injected into the crack in the foundation. However, with expansion and contraction these types of repairs will some day separate from the concrete and fail, causing leaky basement issues to return.
Our foundation crack repair method goes beyond traditional epoxy or polyurethane injection, and the foundation crack repair cost is determined based on if we have to grind the concrete to remove other attempts of foundation repair. When Done Right Services seals a crack in a foundation it’s a permanent type of repair, bonding deeply into the pores of the concrete becoming part of the concrete foundation. The material we use for leaky foundation crack repairs become stronger than the concrete foundation itself yet highly flexible to allow for movement in the foundation.
In newly constructed homes it can take several years for a house to settle firmly into the ground. Because of this movement, shrinkage of the concrete foundation along with expansion and contraction can cause several cracks to appear within the foundation of a newly built home. That’s why more builders rely on Done Right Services for foundation crack repair issues. With our fully transferable warranty, lifetime guarantee of the foundation, and 15 yr money back guarantee, homeowners can sleep better during rainstorms knowing Done Right Services repaired their crack in the basement! For more information check us out at www.foundationcrackrepair.com
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