Safe Construction Company

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Already Have Foundation Leaks?

Leak Stop And Crack Repair Methods

Safe Construction Company employs a number of methods to stop leaks and repair cracks depending on the situation you have. Odds are if it's leaking, it can be stopped.

Do you have a noticeable crack that is letting in moisture?

For filling cracks we use a hydrophobic polyeurethane material that can expand 30 to 40 times it's size and will hold its shape. It can be used to stop gushing water, to fill voids, hairline cracks and for soil stabilization.

This product is currently used to seal cracks in:

  • Defective Concrete (Cracked or Honeycombed)
  • Concrete Joints
  • Limestone
  • Brick Construction
  • Pipe Intrusions
  • Waste Water Tanks
  • Drinking Water Reservoirs
  • Sewers, Manholes, Utility Boxes, etc.
  • Tunnels, Dams

Is the whole foundation letting in moisture because of water seal failure or because a waterproofing was never applied?

We have a versatile poly acrylate gel that can be injected through walls to create a waterproof curtain to block moisture the same as if waterproofing had been applied to the outside during construction. This will work anywhere and is ideal for perpetually damp places such as swampy areas and near streams and rivers.

This product is currently used to seal:

  • Tunnels
  • Dam Walls
  • Underground Railway Tunnels
  • Underground Garages
  • Sewers & Shafts
  • Water Purifying Installations
  • Water Tanks, Septic Tanks, Drinking Water Reservoirs
  • Swimming Pools
  • Earth Retaining Walls
  • Shrinkage Cracks Settlement Cracks Expansion Joints
  • Moving Joints Construction Joints Honeycombed Concrete
  • Pipe Penetrations Joints in Precast Concrete Segments

Do you have a crack in your foundation or masonry walls that needs repaired?

We have a low viscosity epoxy for structural repairs that can repair cracks threatening the stability of your structure. The movement that is creating the cracks needs to have ceased before these repairs take place.

This epoxy is currently used for:

  • Structural Repairs
  • Crack Injection and Gravity Feed in concrete, masonry, etc.
  • Structural Joint Repair
  • Welding Cracked Concrete

Contact Safe Construction Company if you have questions about your situation.