Epoxy Systems, Inc. Waterproofing, is your premier local foundation and basement waterproofing & crack sealing contractor serving the greater Chicago, IL metro area as well as the South Suburbs and Northwest Indiana. With more than 28 years of professional experience, you can count on our skilled and knowledgeable crew to provide a higher standard of service and truly exceptional results. Epoxy injection, a top choice of structural engineers, provides a permanent watertight seal that is sure to stand the test of time. Along with epoxy injection, we offer a full line of quality services for residential and commercial clients alike. Call Epoxy Systems, Inc. today for waterproofing and crack sealing & repair!
Epoxy Systems, Inc. provides structural and watertight repair of cracked concrete foundations using epoxy injection. Epoxy injection is the number one choice of structural engineers for foundation repairs. This provides and ensures a stable, water tight structural repair that is permanent. Epoxy Systems, Inc. always brings our highest level of service to your home that we've been providing for more than twenty eight years to commercial businesses and highway bridges throughout the Chicagoland and Northwest Indiana area.
We strive to save you both time and money by combining our use of epoxy repair knowledge, the highest quality parts and equipment, and our dedication to delivering exceptional service. We will not leave the job until it is finished and you are satisfied.
Epoxy injection is customarily the number one choice recommended by structural engineers. Unlike other waterproofing methods, epoxy actually glues the cracked foundation back together providing a waterproof and structurally sound repair. Anything less is just a band aid approach
No. Epoxy injection must be done from the inside
A small opening needs to be made in the dry wall, paneling, etc., for us to access the crack and properly repair it. Repairing the foundation crack from the inside of your home is actually less costly and disruptive than repairing the crack from the outside.
It should last indefinitely.
Quite often we can tell you on the phone. If you can answer these questions:
1.How many cracks do you have?
2.What are the lengths of the cracks to the nearest foot?
3.Are they accessible from the inside?
4.Have they been previously repaired from the inside, painted over, or somehow tampered with?
5.The approximate width. In other words, can you put the thickness of a dime in the crack or can you put your index finger in the crack?