Epoxy Injection for Cracked Basement Walls in Northern Virginia is Fairfax Contractor. Epoxy injection is the best way to repair a crack in your poured concrete basement foundation wall. If your Northern Virginia home’s basement wall has experienced a crack from inferior concrete, hydrostatic pressure, or earthquake damage the only way to correct the problem is utilizing epoxy injection. Perhaps the earthquake that hit Northern Virginia April 2011 may have cracked your poured concrete basement foundation, or perhaps your contractor utilized a bad batch of concrete when pouring your basement foundation. There are many reasons that you may have vertical or horizontal cracks in your poured concrete basement walls. Fairfax Contractor has a time-tested method to repair using epoxy injection to repair the cracks in your foundation walls. A cracked basement foundation wall is a serious problem because it open crack can allow water to infiltrate into your basement causing a variety of problems. Fairfax Contractor can fix basement water leaks that are caused by cracked poured concrete foundation basement walls. These problems include drywall damage, toxic mold, and potential foundation failure. Inquire if your Northern Virginia basement is flooding because of a cracked concrete basement wall in your home is causing this problem. For a free evaluation of a poured concrete basement or crawl space wall has cracked call 703-725-7945.
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