Crack Injections

Epoxy Injections

Epoxy Injection of a foundation or basement wall crack can provide two key benefits – sealing the crack from moisture and providing added support to the damaged concrete.

 Sealing an existing crack with epoxy is similar to the concept of welding the structure.

This method of repair cures and places a seal over the damage while preventing more moisture from getting into the crack itself.

Over time, the performance of the seal is actually more important than the welding itself, as the seal prevents premature deterioration of the foundation reinforcement and concrete materials. Compared to epoxy, urethane injection provides more flexible strength and better sealing capabilities within the crack allowing for more of the natural expansion and contraction that homes typically endure.

Intech Anchoring Concrete Crack Injection System Benefits

  • Moisture insensitive to cure on damp or wet surfaces
  • Easy mix ratio
  • No shrinkage
  • Excellent adhesion to concrete, wood, and metals
  • Deep penetrating and tenacious bonding of cracks in structural concrete

Both the epoxy and urethane method of crack injection could be preferable for the homeowner because they are economical and relatively free of maintenance. As with all of our products, epoxy and urethane injection offer a great way for a homeowner to protect their investment by preventing new water from entering and damaging their property. The urethane solution itself is extremely flexible,works well for almost any project,

available in three levels for viscosity and applicable on most interior or exterior concrete surfaces.

Epoxy injections are often the most cost-effective way to repair a crack in a foundation, provided the crack doesn’t exceed the recommended dimensions. If the damage is too extensive – if the crack is too large or the wall is too bowed – carbon fiber or wall anchors may be a more effective solution.  Intech Anchoring works with contractors and installation / repair partners to help guide them towards the right solution.

Installation of Epoxy and Urethane Injections

  • Both Epoxy and Urethane injection installation is fast, often with just a single crew member, and offers minimal disruption – meaning the setup, installation, and cleanup will be quick and easy. Besides the injection system, the only tools necessary are a concrete drill, normal hand tools, and materials for cleaning and preparing the surface area.

    With Intech Anchoring’s concrete repair injection supplies, the process is even simpler: Just mix the two components, install injection ports every 6-12” and the repair resin  every 6-12” and the is injected into the crack. After all the ports are filled, the resin is fully cured for an average of seven after completion.

Installation of Epoxy Injections

Urethane Injection Systems

Urethane injection is typically the most common way to seal and fill a crack in a home’s foundation. The popularity of urethane injection as a solution is due to its flexibility and versatility for a variety of applications, including commercial and residential foundation repair.

Benefits of Using Urethane Injection Crack Repair

There are many choices in foundation repair systems, but not every crack can or should be treated with the same solution. Simply because there’s a crack in the home’s foundation does not mean that it is letting in moisture. However, every crack has the potential to allow water into the home, and once it has, it will continue to do so.

A significant benefit of using urethane injections is that it can be applied to damp surfaces, eliminating the need to wait for the surface around the crack to dry.

Urethane injection is extremely versatile and is available in three levels of viscosity to suit any situation and surface – indoors or outdoors.

An additional advantage of urethane injection crack repair is the product’s flexibility, which protects your investment and prevents further concrete deterioration and damage by allowing for slight movement of a shifting foundation.

Installation of Urethane Injections

Installation of urethane injections, which only requires the attention of a 1 to 3 member team, is simple: Mix with a 2:1 ratio and apply to the crack.

The installation is as fast as you choose to work and offers minimal disruption to the homeowner. Urethane injections are the most common solution for damp, cracked concrete foundations partly because of the ease of use and their universal nature.

Cost of Urethane Injections for Contractors

Often the decision of what repair method ultimately becomes a matter of cost. Urethane injections typically cost a fraction of what excavation of foundations and repairs run, such as replacing foundation walls or resorting to more intrusive methods, like wall anchor installation or even carbon fiber support.

Intech Anchoring offers excellent pricing to contractors and installation partners for both for urethane injection crack repair supplies and other foundation crack repair supplies. Contact us today for a quote.

Benefits of Injection Urethane

Urethane Injection Applications

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Tim Comb


Tim is the President of Intech Anchoring and has 25 years of experience in the Civil Engineering and Geostructural Industry. Tim has developed extensive industry knowledge by working to support the needs of specialty contractors at each and every business level. Tim’s diverse industry background has given him exposure to a wide variety civil construction projects, ranging from the simplest residential applications to the most complex commercial and industrial projects. Coupled with a highly skilled and educated team, Tim focuses on providing the highest quality products and solutions to Intech Anchoring’s customers in order to consistently exceed expectations.