EPOXY CRACK INJECTION SERVICES IN TORONTO
Catch it before it gets too big — our experts will stop the crack from growing and restore your basement’s integrity with a professional epoxy injection.
Fast, simple, and reliable — epoxy crack injection can save your basement from future leaks, mold, and structural issues when you need the solution here and now.
Epoxy injection is a perfect way to stop the growth of small, but potentially dangerous cracks
Quick-hardening epoxy can catch it before it’s too late — especially when our experts are in charge
Epoxy injection will secure your foundation for an affordable price, without budgeting for a full-scale repair
Both small and large cracks have similar adverse consequences for your health, your house, and your safety. It’s important to repair any basement crack as soon as you notice one.
Your home’s foundation keeps your house fixed in place, keeps it stable and firm. A foundation crack is a threat to every aspect of it:
One by one, the problems will occur. From more cracks to cosmetic issues both inside and outside. It's just a question of time.
Every crack is an invitation and an open door to your basement. Sooner or later, the water from the soil will start leaking through the walls or the floor, with all the consequences:
There’s nothing good about having a wet basement. The more you wait — the worse it gets and the more expensive options you may need to make it dry and comfortable again.
A basement crack by itself is not a health hazard, but it’s a sign of a whole spectrum of dangers on their way. If you skip on basement crack repair, it may lead to:
Some of these effects may occur, some may not. We frankly wish you never having to face them. The only way to be sure is to repair all your basement cracks — even the tiniest ones.
In the last 20 years, we performed over a thousand projects all across Toronto. We’re proud of our reputation and always appreciate the kind words from satisfied clients:
An epoxy crack injection will stop the growth of existing cracks in your basement, and our experts will help you understand why the cracks appear in the first place.
Outdated technologies or something as simple as negligence can cause cracks years and years after the construction ends:
It may look and sound simple, but in reality — an epoxy crack injection has a whole list of aspects that can undermine the process.
Willfix professionals know how to do it the right way — in 4 simple steps:
We make sure that the crack is 100% dry and has no oil or dust traces before we start the process and seal it. Otherwise it could leak later.
After installing the ports, we inject a commercial grade quick-drying epoxy in the crack, until every tiny cavity is properly filled.
When the crack is filled and secured, we test it and make sure that the area is protected. If it’s safe — we restore the original look of your basement wall.
The crack is sealed and no water will be able to enter your basement through the repaired area. Your basement is secured — with a 25 years warranty.
In case you’re looking for the best quality for a fair price — the Willfix team is ready to commit and help you with any wet basement issues. We understand that you wouldn’t trust a complete stranger with your basement safety, your family’s health, and your comfort. Here are a few facts about us so we don’t feel like a stranger anymore:
YEARS OF EXPERIENCE
EXPERTS IN THE TEAM
Our team has all the necessary certification, including a plumbing license and a certified Structural Engineer. We’ll be happy to provide all the documents on demand.
We value safety and efficiency above all. You can rest assured that even in the worst cases you’re covered: WSIB certification for your project can always be provided upon request.
We stand for our word. Willfix experts will evaluate and estimate the project and give you a written, official registry — so that no extra expenses can ever occur.
We can drain your basement — but not your wallet. You can choose the materials, the technology, and review the whole process. Our job is to make sure you get the best quality for a fair price.
We understand the struggles a wet basement or a leak may cause. In all our projects, we aim at the same targets as you do: to solve the problem fast, keep the solution efficient, with the technology you can trust.
You can’t inject the epoxy directly into the crack with an injector gun. Most of the time it just wouldn’t fill it. To be 100% sure that no hollow spots are unfilled — we use sealed injection ports.
Injection ports are applied to the crack and sealed over. This way, all the epoxy that goes in the crack just has no other way to go but filling all the area inside.
Each injection port can ensure proper filling just in a limited area, so we’ll need a lot of ports — especially if the crack is relatively wide and long.
When one port is completely filled — we move to the other. By the moment the last port is used, there are no hollow spots under the sealed area: the pressure filled them all, and the epoxy has hardened. The crack is officially sealed.
It may sound simple, but in reality — there are many aspects to consider. For example, the crack has to be thoroughly cleaned before the process. No oil, no dust, no loose concrete debris — all of it can undermine the process.
Yes and no. Epoxy should be used in areas where there are no other choices for a long-term solution.
A deep, structural concrete crack can be filled with epoxy, but if the surface of the concrete cannot be smoothed over or cleaned properly from the inside, then epoxy will not provide a sufficient long-term solution.
Epoxy crack injections do not bond well to wet surfaces such as porous objects or materials containing lots of water. You can’t seal a leak with an epoxy crack injection. You need a full-scale basement crack repair. Luckily, that’s another service that Willfix experts can do professionally.
Yes and no, once again. Epoxy can be applied over concrete. The question is not whether you CAN, but whether you should.
Will it look good? No, it probably won’t.
Will it last? No, it won’t.
Besides, the concrete needs to be extremely dry before application. If moisture does get on the concrete, the epoxy will not catch properly and will look like a patch of plastic that is cracking.
A repair covering made of adhesive, such as epoxy, is appropriate to place over or fill loose voids in concrete. Epoxy can be used to fill voids, including the ones caused by asbestos removal, if the insulation has been removed from the walls.
The bottom line is — yes, you can use epoxy OVER concrete, but it works way better if you use it as an injection filling for cracks, with ports, and properly seal and decorate the area afterwards.
Epoxy injection lasts for at least 5 years if it is applied to a non-porous surface like stone or concrete. The surface of the material must not become saturated with water or any other liquid during the period of application.
If epoxy is used on a porous material, then the surface should be kept extremely dry during the application and curing period. If the area is not kept dry, the epoxy may become saturated with water and thus dissolve leaving behind a water-logged mess.
With regular maintenance, most epoxies can be expected to last for decades without visible signs of decay or deterioration. Epoxies with high catalyst content will have a much longer lifespan. However, this lifespan is heavily dependent on the conditions.
Epoxy injection is perfect for small and medium-sized cracks ranging from 1/32 to ½ inch (0.8 to 13 mm). However, for this method, the crack must be clean and have no voids or other debris within the crack itself.
Epoxy crack injections work perfectly good when you need a quick solution to a small, just potentially dangerous problem, and to stop a relatively harmless crack from expanding. However, sometimes — it just might be not enough.
Willfix team has over 20 years of experience in eliminating all sorts of wet basement issues and we’re ready to help anyway.
Willfix experts are familiar with the specifics of the Great Toronto Area and have enough experience to deal with any basement waterproofing job in any city. We know that snowy winters, frequent rainfalls, and groundwater management issues are equally damaging to basements and foundation walls of people in all communities.