CrackShield Dual Process Technology
In the past a common fix for basement foundation wall cracks was a urethane injection. For all intents and purposes, this is still a very common wall crack repair method.
Over time due to wall movement and seasonal changes contractors experienced failures with this method. CrackShield recognized the downsides to this particular method of repair foundation wall cracks and developed a two part system to ensure proper stabilization over time.
CrackShield added woven carbon fiber and epoxy to create a dual process system that repairs basement foundation wall cracks 100% of the time.
The urethane grout injection will stop the wall crack from leaking, even if the wall continues to move a little bit. However, if the wall moves substantially, the urethane grout will not be effective. Aside from that, the urethane grout will do nothing to stop the walls from shifting further.
By layering the woven carbon fiber over the crack and using a strong epoxy to stop the wall from moving entirely. This ensures the prolonged stability of your home and avoids any leaks that may have been occurring.
With a 15 year National Warranty guaranteeing that your basement will stay safe and dry, there is no reason not to consider the CrackShield dual process system as your basement foundation wall crack repair.
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