Seals, Strengthens, & Stabilizes
Floodbusters has seen some of the smallest cracks cause the largest problems in basement walls.
Foundation wall cracks are typically caused by
drying, shrinkage, or thermal movement and
can cause major problems. Over time,
even minor cracks can grow larger and
cause a loss of structural integrity or, more
commonly, water leakage.This is why Floodbusters always suggest homeowners in Maryland and Washington DC have their basements inspected. Floodbusters wants to take care of any problems before they get bigger.
Reduce Mold & Radon
Most basements eventually leak. Even if a wall
crack is not leaking now, eventually water will
find it. Any basement or crawl space that has water
(moisture) will advance the growth of mold. Read more about Mold Issues.
Repair the Foundation First
The best and most cost effective strategy to
managing the growth of mold and mildew is
to prevent the intrusion of water and moisture
into the basement. First, repair the cracks, from there additional solutions can be generated as needed.
Radon, sealing the gaps.
Any home may have a radon problem. Minimize the entry of cancer causing radon gas into your home by sealing cracks in the
foundation and along the basement walls.
Radon: Odorless Gas
Our Foundation Crack Repair methods can be painted.
FiberLock Foundation Wall Crack Repair System
FiberLock seals, strengthens, and stabilizes a cracked foundation.
FiberLock repairs vertical, horizontal, and corner foundation wall cracks.
FiberLock is a mixture of epoxy /resin in conjunction with carbon fibers.
The FiberLock system is warranted for 5 years. It provides structural
integrity and peace of mind.