Foundation cracks in cinder block foundation
This foundation has stair step cracks going up the wall.
Severely Cracked Wall in Terryville CT
This huge crack was allowing water to seep into the basement. We repaired the damage with our FlexiSpan wall crack repair system. Since the FlexiSpan has the ability to expand and contract with the movement of the earth, it is a permanent solution to this problem.
Foundation Crack in Higganum, CT
This severe foundation crack is an indicator of settling and shifting soil around the house. It is likely that the ground will continue to move. To ensure that no water leaks into the basement for years to come, we installed our FlexiSpan crack repair system, which has the ability to expand and contract. This guarantees that the basement will be dry and comfortable!
Wall Crack in Lebanon, CT
The crack in the wall of this Lebanon, CT basement was small enough that it did not pose a structural damage to the home. However, it was allowing water to leak into the basement. To seal it off and keep the basement dry, we installed our patented FlexiSpan system over the crack. Our unique method is much more effective than injections alone, which often crack as the foundation naturally shifts. Our flexible system can move with the slight changes of the home so the crack stays sealed and the basement stays dry.
Leaky Wall Crack in Bozrah, CT
The crack in the foundation wall of this Bozrah, CT basement was not large enough to pose a structural danger to the home. However, water was entering the basement through the crack. To seal it off and prevent water from entering, we installed our FlexiSpan crack repair system. Our unique, patented method is flexible enough to shift with the natural movement of the house, while injections will often crack and open the leak once more. The basement is now sealed, and water will not be able to enter through the crack.
Leaky Wall Crack in North Franklin, CT
The crack in the wall of this North Franklin, CT basement was not a sign of structural instability, but water was entering the basement through it. We covered the crack with a piece of BrightWall, our entirely plastic wall paneling. It directs any water that seeps through the crack or surrounding walls into the perimeter drainage system. The water is then directed out of the basement, keeping it dry and free of flooding or water damage.
Wet Wall Crack in North Windham, CT
A basement wall crack in a poured basement foundation is generally caused by concrete shrinkage. This shrinkage can continue for three years after the basement wall has been initially poured and sometimes can occur even longer afterward. Even after this period, continued pressures, such as soil contraction and expansion, can cause further foundation cracks and separation. So a long-term solution is needed -- one that is flexible enough to permanently fix the crack even with continued wall movement. Our FlexiSpan system is perfect for this. It has the ability to shift with the expansions and contractions of the wall, creating a permanent seal.
Poorly Patched Wall Crack in Salem, CT
The owners of this home tried to patch up the wall crack on their own, but it did not help. Soil expansion and contraction causes foundation movement and re-leaking will occur. However, our patented, long lasting FlexiSpan system is the most effective foundation crack repair method on the market.
Leaky Crack in Broad Brook, CT
The crack in the wall of this Broad Brook, CT basement was not large enough to cause any structural damage, but it was allowing water to enter the basement. We recommend sealing leaky cracks with our FlexiSpan Wall System. Our unique system starts with filling the crack with our high-viscosity polyurethane polymer. Unlike other sealants, ours is designed to move with the seasonal shifts of the walls, so that the crack will not reopen and leak more water into the basement.
Wall Crack in Broad Brook, CT
The basement of this Broad Brook, CT home had many small, leaky wall cracks in the foundation. These were not posing structural problems, but they allowed water to enter the basement. We sealed them with our FlexiSpan Foundation Crack Repair System. Our unique high-viscosity polyurethane polymer is flexible enough to bend with natural shifts in the foundation, so it will not crack and reopen. No more water will enter the basement through these cracks.
Wall Crack in Scotland, CT
The crack in the wall of this Scotland, CT basement was allowing water to leak in from the soil. To prevent this and keep the basement dry, we installed a small panel of our BrightWall Basement Paneling System over the crack. Water that enters will drain down through the BrightWall and join the WaterGuard perimeter drainage system. This system will keep the basement dry for the homeowners to enjoy!
Leaky Wall Crack in Scotland, CT
The crack in the foundation of this Scotland, CT basement was small enough that it did not pose a structural problem. However, water was leaking in from the soil outside. To prevent this, we installed a panel of our BrightWall Basement Paneling System over the crack. It directs any water that enters the basement into the perimeter drainage system and out of the basement. It will keep the area dry for years to come.
Leaking Crack in Killingly, CT
The basement of this Killingly, CT home had cracks in its foundation walls. These were not causing any structural damage, but they did allow groundwater to enter the basement, seen in staining on the walls. We installed our FlexiSpan Foundation Crack Repair System to seal the walls. Our unique polyurethane sealant gets deep into the wall to form a durable seal. It will not dry out or re-crack over time and will remain flexible to move slightly with the wall's natural shifts.
Killingly, CT Foundation Crack
The walls of this basement in Killingly, CT had cracks in the foundation. They allowed groundwater to enter the basement, but did not cause any structural damage. To seal the walls, we installed our patented FlexiSpan Foundation Crack Repair System. Our unique sealant is a high-viscosity polyurethane polymer that will remain flexible as it ages so it can bend with slight seasonal changes in the walls.
Foundation Crack in New Britain, CT
To repair this wall crack, our team installed a FlexiSpan Wall System. Unlike hydraulic cements epoxies, and urethane injections, FlexiSpan seals the crack permanently because it is flexible enough to bend with the natural movements of your foundation and will not re-crack.
Moldy Wall Crack in Somers, CT
This cracked foundation in Somers, CT was allowing water to flow into the basement. Mold formed along the crack. To fix this, our team installed a FlexiSpan Crack Repair System. This patented system permanently repairs wall cracks, ensuring a worry-free solution to a leaky basement!
Attempted Repair of Crack in Rocky Hill, CT
The owners of this home tried to seal their foundation crack. However, due to pressures, such as soil contraction and expansion, forced the crack open. Our FlexiSpan repair system can move with the natural shifting of the earth, ensuring a long lasting repair.
Foundation Crack in Rocky Hill, CT
A basement wall crack in a poured basement foundation like this one is generally caused by concrete shrinkage. This shrinkage can continue for three years after the basement wall has been initially poured and sometimes can occur even longer afterward. Because of this, the temporary repair that the owners made was not effective for long.
Bowed Foundation Wall
This bowed wall has moved in considerably as you can see by the tape measure.
Eastford, CT Leaking Crack
The basement of this home in Eastford, CT had cracks in its foundation walls. These cracks rarely pose a threat to the foundation, but they can allow groundwater to leak into the basement. Staining on the wall in this photo shows how water entered the basement through the crack. We installed our FlexiSpan Foundation Crack Repair System to seal the wall and keep water out. Our unique sealant is a high-viscosity polyurethane polymer that will get deep into the crack and remain flexible to move with the wall's season shifts.
Foundation Crack in Darien, CT
This is a foundation crack on the outside of the foundation near a window caused by the house settling in Darien, Connecticut.
An unfinished basement in a Bridgeport, CT home
Here are some obvious signs of wear on the walls. You can see the paint chipping and cracking on the foundation. Water can be seen leaking on the basement ground, which can potentially cause further damage to the basement ground and foundation. This unfinished basement definitely has potential to be transformed into a bright, clean and functional room.
Damp Wall Crack in Rocky Hill, CT
Water was leaking through this foundation crack in Rocky Hill, CT. To remedy this, our team installed our FlexiSpan crack repair system. FlexiSpan is able to bend with natural expansion and contractions of the earth, ensuring the seal will not break under pressure.
Foundation Crack in Eastford, CT
Foundation cracks, like the one in the basement of this Eastford, CT home, often do no pose a structural risk to the home. However, even small ones can allow groundwater to leak into a basement, as was the case in this home. We installed our FlexiSpan Foundation Crack Repair System to seal the wall and prevent water from entering. Our special sealant will not dry out or crack over time and will bend with the seasonal foundation movement.