Small cracks in foundation walls are common in homes throughout the Ontario area. Usually a side effect of the natural curing process of concrete, these cracks usually do not threaten the foundation. However, even small cracks in a foundation can be a major problem if they leak groundwater into your basement or crawl space. If you'd like a free foundation crack repair quote , contact us today! It's a patented, warrantied repair and a permanent solution. To repair a flooding or leaky wall crack, we follow these five steps:.
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Pipe Penetration Sealing - Basement Waterproofing
The key to any serious problem is to eliminate it at its source. In the case of a wet basement , the source of the problem is the point where water enters your home. However, finding this problem is often easier said than done. Water can leak into a basement from various points, each with their own cause and solution. In some cases, as with finished basements, you may need a professional to determine exactly what kind of water problem you have. We know how to identify where your leak is coming from -- and how to fix it!
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Pipes ran through the foundation walls are sealed using hydraulic cement, caulking, or with an application of concrete - and there are some pipes that have no sealing in place whatsoever. The seal on these pipes will eventually wear out and deteriorate over time. When this happens, they can become the weakest links in the foundation wall. This makes it nearly impossible for them to hold back groundwater, and eventually, this moisture will make its way into the basement environment. If you notice any of the following, then it is likely that moisture is getting into your basement because of a pipe-to-wall problem in your basement:.
When a home is being built, there will be gas, water, and sewer lines that have to go through the foundation walls. The area where the pipe actually meets the wall is usually sealed during the time of construction by the builder. A common waterproofing problem we see is, as time passes, the seal can become very weak. Additionally, if there is a constant rising and falling water table around the home due to a drought or an excessively rainy season, it can put a lot of force on these pipes from the outside. This can also weaken the seal, making it easier for moisture to seep into the basement and cause problems.