Brosco concrete uses polyurethane foam resin to fill the entire foundation crack. Once inside the crack, the resin begins to expand. The expanding foam completely fills the crack and prevents future water leaks. Water will now remain outside of the basement wall and not be able to penetrate into the interior.
Urethanes react with moisture in the crack to foam and expand inside the wall. This completely fills the void from top to bottom and all the way through. In fact, the urethanes can expand up to 30x their initial volume. Urethane foams are flexible and move with the expansion and contraction of a foundation wall from freeze/thaw cycles. Much less resin is needed with urethane foams since they expand in volume. This makes them much more economical than epoxies. Finally, urethane injection is relatively easier to do than an epoxy injection.
· Less expensive
· Easier to use than epoxies
· Inject actively leaking cracks
· Fills hairline to larger width cracks
· Flexible (50-150%expansion)
· Foundation cracks (residential/ commercial)
· Parking garage leakage
· Water treatment plants
· Bridge repairs
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Brosco Concrete London, Ontario
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5651 Egremont Dr, NOL 1R0
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London Ontario N6H 5E1
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