Foundation Repair Services has been repairing concrete foundations since 2004, serving North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee and Virginia. One of the ways to successfully repair cracks in concrete foundations is to stitch weld them together with epoxy. Or, inject epoxy into foundation cracks in order to reinforce the concrete and restore structural integrity.
Epoxy Weld Benefits
- Can be used on interior and exterior concrete slabs and foundation walls
- Designed to provide a permanent, long-lasting solution
- Fills and seals concrete slab foundations and foundation walls
Epoxy Welds and Stitch Welds for Foundation Crack Repair
Epoxy stitch welding and epoxy injections or epoxy welds can help stabilize and repair a concrete foundation that has cracked due to shifting soil, tension or compression factors, which is a must for builders planning to do additional work on commercial and industrial buildings.
Epoxy Weld Process
After the building’s foundation has been leveled and stabilized, the cracks in the foundation must be repaired. Epoxy welds involve injecting epoxy into the cracks and allowing it to cure. This fills, welds and seals the crack in order to repair the damage and prevent further harm to the foundation. This technique can be used on foundation walls and slabs.
Epoxy Stitch Welding Process
Epoxy stitch welding is used to repair large foundation cracks that need additional support. During this procedure, specially designed metal staples, rebar staples or carbon fiber strips are used to reinforce the crack and the area around the crack after the site has been properly cleaned and prepared. Then, epoxy is injected into the crack and allowed to cure.
Epoxy Crack Repair From Foundation Repair Services
Here at Foundation Repair Services, we can evaluate your building’s foundation and recommend the solution to stabilize and level the foundation and repair any cracks so that you can complete the rest of your project on time and within budget.To learn more about our stitch weld services or to schedule an appointment for an estimate to repair your concrete foundation, contact us today. We have two locations across North and South Carolina.