Foundation Crack Repair

If you are in need of foundation crack repair for your South Bend, Fort Wayne, Plymouth, Warsaw, Auburn, or Marion home, then you’ve come to the right place! A&M SafeBasements can take care of all types of cracks which may appear, whether they’re on the outside or inside of your home. Typically, this kind of problem is caused from the natural shrinking and curing process of the concrete used during the construction of your home.

A crack on the wall could be a warning sign of an underlying structural problem, and a floor crack typically does not pose any problems for the structural integrity of the home. However, regardless of what the cause is of the problem, you need to get the crevice inspected and filed in as soon as possible before it starts letting seepage inside.

We can fix the following types of foundation cracks:
  • Vertical Wall Cracks
  • Horizontal Wall Cracks
  • Stair-Stepped Wall Cracks

According to House Logic, it is important to waterproof your basement walls to prevent serious damage.

Warning Signs of a Foundation Problem

If you notice any of the following, you will need to get in touch with us right away:

Fixing the Problem

To begin the repair process, we will start by thoroughly scrubbing and cleaning the surface of the wall or floor. This will remove any debris that could get in the way or prevent us from properly sealing the crack. Then, we will insert the crack repair epoxy directly into the crack until it’s filled and sealed. Once the material dries and hardens, you will be able to paint or cover it with anything you’d like, and you’ll never need to worry about it letting moisture seep inside your home!

Please feel free to call us or contact us online for more information, or to schedule an appointment for a consultation.

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Jared came out for estimate/evaluation on our basement. He was very friendly and actually took the time to talk to us. He felt like we had some different issues than a leaking basement; the patio was possibly too close to the house and not quite built with drainage in mind. He gave us some suggestions

Tracy G. - Granger, IN 46530