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Foundation Stabilization and Repair/Crumbling Poured Concrete Basement Wall


Randy wrote at 2015-02-03 15:11:26
After you remove the white chalky layer or efflourecense(sp?), There is a product called Xypex that you can apply which will chemically penetrate the concrete and make it waterproof and stronger. Then you can apply regular concrete patching. I've used it for concrete cisterns with good results, but it is pretty expensive. I have the same problem with my 100 year old foundation walls and am planning to do it this way.

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I will be happy to answer any questions regarding foundation problems of any type. Questions pertaining to construction methods, Problematic soils, Settling & Movement, Frame torsion & racking, Preventative measures, Repair methods of all types.


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