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    NextStar Technologies

    Crack Injection

    Nextstar is your specialist in concrete repair and protection . Founation and concrete slab restoration. Call today Northern Alberta! 780-518-9806 866-445-3984

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    Leaking Cracks

    Most basement leaks are not structural but can cause considerable damage and can be easly repaired with polyurethane injections without digging up the foundation. Call 780-518-9806

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    Foundation Crack repair

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    NextStar provides serveral soultions for bowed and horizontally cracked concrete walls Carbon Fiber / Kevlar reinforcements used with Epoxy injection to restore to structural stability . Call 780-518-9806 read more

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    Structural Concrete Repair

    At NextStar can effectivly repair structural concrete problems with carbon fiber and kevlar reinforcement in conjunction with Epoxy injections. 780-518-9806

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    Leaking snapties and pipe penetrations can be easly repaired with polurethane injections to permenantly stop water penetration .

Concrete Crack Repair

Concrete Technologies

The repairing of structural deficiencies and/or concrete wall seepage as a result of foundation cracks are a critical aspect of the basement waterproofing process. Today, the most efficient and economical way to repair poured foundation cracks is with low-pressure injection of either epoxy or polyurethane foam. NextStar provides a variety of polyurethane and epoxy resin injection materials and services for the repair of basement wall cracks. Fully Warranted service , Free Estimates

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The Crack Injection ProcessConcrete crack injecton animation of poured wall to stop basement and crack leakage using polyurethane or optionaly using epoxy

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Concrete crack repair Non-Structural Foundation Cracks: Wet and Leaking

Most concrete foundation cracks are strictly leaking problems, especially during heavy rains and snow melt. Not only can excess water in the basement potentially damage or ruin valuable items, but chances for mold and mildew growth are significantly higher, which directly impacts a home's indoor air quality. Basement wall cracks also have the ability to widen. While a particular crack may not necessarily be a problem at the time, that can change as soon as the next heavy rain storm arrives. After a foundation crack forms, the prospect of water seepage (whether slight or major) is not a matter of if, but a matter of when. If water leakage from a foundation crack is minimal now, the potential exists for the crack to widen, allowing further seepage into the basement.

These basement wall cracks, resulting from shrinkage, generally take place within the first 30 days after a foundation has been poured. As water within the concrete evaporates, the concrete shrinks. When extra water is added to the concrete, it makes it easier to install for the builder. Unfortunately, the wetter the concrete mix is, the more shrinkage is going to occur, which ultimately weakens the foundation. In addition, natural settling of the foundation also leads to concrete cracks.

For wet and leaking concrete foundation cracks, the preferred injection material is polyurethane. Polyurethane foam is a flexible material that easily injects into the crack. Upon contact with water within the crack, polyurethane foam reacts by expanding throughout the void, thus filling the crack. For structural defects epoxy is injected to effectively glue the concrete back together.

Our Services

NextStar Regional Services Northern Alberta / Peace Region B.C.

Structural Foundation Cracks

Structural cracks can be reinforced and stabilized with the use of carbon fiber staples and grid straps preventing further cracking.
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  • Local 780-518-9806

    National 866-445-3984