If you want to repair a crack in the basement or the foundation of your home, contact Akton Injection for crack injections services in Montréal, Laval, West Island, and South Shore. Our team understands that a concrete crack can damage the strength of the structure. Rely on us to fix all your foundation related issues efficiently and provide you with long-lasting results.
Interior Crack Injection
When it comes to waterproofing basements in Montréal, North and South Shores, Akton Injection has specialized in the repair and reconstruction of concrete foundation cracks for over a quarter of a century. We know that before waterproofing your basement, your first preference should be given to properly repair the foundation. Just give us a call and our team of crack repair contractors will work with you to find the best and the most cost-effective method like interior crack injection for a successful, long-lasting foundation repair in Montreal.
Exterior Crack Injection
If you ask us for our professional opinion, Akton Injection will usually recommend an exterior crack injection given the space to do it. While more intrusive, an injection done on the exterior of your edifice combined with proper drainage sloping will prevent water pressure against the foundation wall. This will also provide the highest degree of protection possible.
Concrete epoxy injection is a system for welding cracks back together using an epoxy resin. The resin restores the original strength of the concrete. The only alternative to complete replacement is the structural restoration of concrete by epoxy injection. It protects rebar and stops water leakage.
Polyurethanes are fast-setting, elastomeric, and most effective in sealing and waterproofing a crack that will be undergoing slight movement from seasonal temperature changes. One of the determining factors in deciding to use polyurethane is when there is some leakage from the back of a crack. Another benefit of their fast setting foam attributes is that it expands and hardens within minutes of injection in the crack. This reduces the likelihood of it flowing out of the crack. While adding almost no structural strength, most residential applications don't require it.
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