Basement Foundation Crack Repairs
Fix Basement Floors and Foundations First
A lot of homeowners have questions about basement floors. Depending on the age of the home and the condition of the basement floors and foundations, some prep work may be required to stop leaks, condensation and moisture prior to the basement renovation. Simply put, water can ruin basement floors, and mold or mildew can become a health problem and seriously impact the value of your home. If you’re going to make a significant investment in your finished basement, you must deal with water and moisture problems first.
Foundation Crack Repairs
- We fix foundation cracks ($275 – $350)
- We sale for contractors:
Polyurethane components, tools and accessories.
- Consulting for free
Sika Polyurethane Injection
Cracked basement floors and foundations need to be repaired, properly. We use low pressure and high pressure injection to seal cracks.
Before making any decision on basement floors, you need to think about subfloors. A subfloor is designed to create a vapor barrier between the cold concrete basement floor that always has moisture in it, and the floors you walk on, whether it’s engineered hardwood, laminate, ceramic tile, slate, cork or carpet. We typically use the Dricore flooring system as this offers superior moisture protection and promotes air-flow with minimal loss of height. Subfloors allow us to level the basement floors and this will help ensure walls and floors are built and stay level.
We carry all sorts of flooring materials to suit any style and budget, but we do recommend that you start your finished basement project on the right foot, with the necessary repairs and the right subfloor.