RaiseRite Crack Injection

RaiseRite Crack Injection

Protect your investment and prevent further damage to your basement with any slight movement of the shifting foundation.
Cracks in your homes foundation have the potential to allow water into your home, and once it has, it will continue to do so.
RaiseRites crack injection solution is fast and has minimal disruption to you the home owner.

• Crack injection can be applied to damp surfaces, eliminating the need to wait for the surface around the crack to dry.

Benefits of Crack Injection

• Moisture insensitive to cure on damp or wet surfaces
• No Shrinkage
• Excellent Adhesion to concrete, wood and metals
• Deep penetrating and tenacious bonding of cracks in structural concrete

Cost of Crack Injection

  • Crack injection typically costs about a third of what excavation foundation crack repairs run.


Why are there cracks in my basement?

There are 3 types of cracks that can occur in your basement:
1. The soil around your home expands when it becomes wet. Therefore, the soil pushes against your walls causing it to crack or push inward. In this case, you will often see a horizontal foundation crack.

2. A stair-step crack can be a result of a bowing wall or settling foundation. This can occur because of soil pressure pressing against your foundation or unstable soil beneath it.

3. Vertical cracks can be the result of foundation settlement or tilted poured walls.

The surrounding soil can’t support the weight of your home.
You may have improper footing dimensions. When building your home, the weight may not have been factored in for the soil type on your lot.
Changes in temperature and moisture can cause the soil around your home to expand and contract, adding pressure around and under your foundation. This is also called an “Active Zone”.
Do you have cracks in your basement? Don’t wait for the problem to get worse!

Cracks in your home foundation can lead to serious structural problems, including water leakage which causes damp or flooded basements, requiring additional steps to be taken for waterproofing your home. There are many masonry patching products on the market, and while many foundation repair contractors will use these products, they won’t provide you the long-lasting protection you need to fully seal the cracks.

Do you have cracks in your basement? Don’t wait for the problem to get worse!


If you have cracks in your basement walls or floors and you want someone who is professional, courteous, clean and can complete your project on time…

Contact RaiseRite Today!