When cracks start to show you can guarantee that the water and elements are already well aware of its presence. Even if you find a crack that is not currently leaking, you can guarantee at some point it create an issue, whether it be in the form of a leak or damaging the steel reinforcement within the concrete.
Crack injections are a great way to fill that hole and make sure it does not leak. As soon as some water is added to a leak it can very quickly go from a small problem to a big one, in some cases undermining the very structure of your building. Water has a great way of finding out the weak points in your building and exposing them, so the longer a crack is left undiagnosed and untreated, the more long-term issues and costs that will be associated with it.
Crack injections have become a popular method in the repair of structural and foundation cracks.
Sometimes it’s quite simply the process of putting a resin into the crack, the resin then hardens and takes the place of the crack, essentially nullifying the crack.
You might be wondering what causes the cracks in the first place.
Depending on the crack you need to identify the best crack injection for the job at hand. Epoxy or polyurethane?
Classic Waterproofing are experts in waterproofing, and one thing we can guarantee is that a bad repair job will come back to haunt you, so make sure you speak to the experts to deal with the problem swiftly to prevent any further and future damage.