Foundation Repair Services
racks are a common problem that can occur on slab foundations, perimeter foundations, brick walls, poured in-place concrete walls, and retaining walls. The techniques and/or procedures can vary greatly depending on the affected materials and desired outcome.
Barrier Foundation Services of NC, LLC (Barrier Foundation Services) are experts at applying a variety of crack repair technologies to solve common foundation crack problems. The following summarizes some of the more common foundation crack repair techniques.
stitching is a method used to repair cracks in masonry. The process involves removing the damaged mortar, inserting metal or polymer (stitches) in between the masonry, and injecting a grout to complete the crack repair.
The result is a finish that closely matches the existing masonry wall.
Crack patching is a general term that refers to any method used to "patch" a crack in concrete slabs and walls.
The right patch method and material depends on the cause, size, location, and desired finish. Injecting epoxy alone may not solve the underlying problem that caused the crack in the first place.
That's why it's important to have an experienced crack specialist, like Barrier, help you solve your foundation crack problems.
Let our professional team show you why we maintain a zero-failure rate. Contact us today at 704.817.4090 to discuss which of our services you need.