EPOXY INJECTION – THE ECONOMICAL WAY TO REPAIR NON-MOVING CRACKS
Epoxy injection is a proven and economical way to repair non-moving cracks in concrete walls, slabs, columns and piers. It is capable of restoring the concrete to its pre-cracked strength. Before doing any injection, it is necessary to determine the cause of the crack. If the source of cracking has not been determined and remedied, the concrete may crack again.
A highly recommended option is Epoxy Crack Injection. That’s because epoxy not only stops water from entering your cracked concrete foundation wall, but it also provides structural strength. Any structural design contractor will tell you that epoxy is the best repair solution.
Barrie trusts DryShield for Epoxy Crack Injection
Our skilled contractors first clean the crack and the surface surrounding it to allow the paste-over to bond to sound concrete. They also take care not to impact any debris into the crack during cleaning. Using clean, oil-free compressed air, they blow out the crack to remove any dust, debris or standing water.
We guarantee best results by ensuring that the crack is dry at the time of injection. If water is continually seeping from the crack, the flow must be stopped in order for epoxy injection to yield a suitable repair.
For many applications, additional preparation is necessary in order to seal the crack. Where a surfacing material has been removed, we prepare the crack by using clean, compressed air, blow out any remaining debris and liquid, removing residue by high-pressure washing or steam cleaning and blowing any remaining water from the crack with clean compressed air.
Call the Barrie Epoxy Crack Injection Experts at 1-800-277-5411 Today.
Our qualified concrete-repair specialists can inspect your property and offer you a thorough estimation of costs. We understand your needs and can get the job done as quickly as possible.
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