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Concrete Crack Repair

Since 1998 Applied Technologies has manufactured polyurethanes and epoxies used to repair cracked concrete. We have the best materials for professionals and DIYers to repair leaking basement cracks. Our polyurethane and epoxy cartridge systems are the most economical way a DIY or professional contractor can repair concrete cracks. Polyurethanes create an expanding foam that stops water from entering a basement. Epoxies form a strong resin that bonds cracked concrete together.

Concrete Basement and Foundation Crack Injection

Professionals and DIYers can stop the water from leaking through a concrete basement wall crack. Our foundation repair kits and materials are the best way to make a basement dry.

A basement crack can let water leak in when the concrete cracks. This water can cause mold and mildew to grow in a basement. By stopping water that leaks through a foundation crack, a basement will stay dry. Now you can install a home entertainment area, insulation or just keep your valuable family possessions safe.

Whether you are a professional looking to repair foundation cracks for your business or a homeowner who wants to repair your own basement crack, Applied Technologies has the right material and equipment for you.

Our field proven concrete crack injection materials are clean, easy to use and fast. Novices can easily learn to perform their own concrete crack repairs by viewing our step by step instructional videos.

Cartridge System Advantages

We package all of our epoxy and polyurethane crack repair products in easy to use cartridges. These offer the professional contractor many advantages including:

Reduced labor and material costs
Less wasted material
Less training for technicians
Precise metering of materials

The cartridges are resealable so there is no mixed material that is wasted. No guessing how much of “A” and “B” to mix prior to use means that there is less training for a technician. And there are no spills in a customer’s basement when mixing from bulk.