Why You Need Foundation Leak Repair Services for your Kansas City, MO Home
Surprisingly, it’s very common to find water leaking from cracks in your basement walls and floors. If it’s not dealt with, it could lead to significant water damage and flooding in your property.
At KC Waterproofing and Foundation Repair we use FlexiShield to fix your Basement or Crawl Space Crack issue. Our crack repair system is designed to flex with the foundation and channel water from a leaking wall crack below the slab.
Top of the Line Basement and Crawl Space Crack Repair
As part of our foundation leak repair services in Kansas City, MO, we use a polyurethane injection system. We have been using this method since 1985. Goes in as a liquid and expands filling the void and causing a flexible seal between the two pieces of concrete.
It consists of a strip of FlexiShield drainage matting and textured urethane sealant and flexes with the foundation as it shifts during seasonal changes. It comes with a 5-year warranty and it can be painted. Giving you a dry and attractive fix.
Additional Options for Repairing Wall Cracks
At KC Waterproofing and Foundation Repair we are always ensuring we discover the root cause of the crack before we prescribe a foundation leak repair solution for your Kansas City, MO home. Our basement wall leak repair team will work with you to determine the use of the space and to ensure we meet your needs.
HD FinishShield A 16mil, Class A (Fire Rated) wall vapor barrier recommended as a durable wall covering. It’s perfect for basement walls where a customer may not finish right away, but would like the protection against moisture, mold, mildew, humidity, and potential wall leaks. The measured average permeance of FinishShield is 0.015 perm.
ThermalShield A 90mil, Class A (Fire Rated) foil faced and true white poly wall vapor barrier. It’s the wall vapor barrier of choice for adding additional installation reflecting indoor heat back into the basement space. Save energy and protect against moisture, mold, mildew, humidity, and potential wall leaks. The measured average permeance of ThermalShield is 0.014 perm.