Crack Repair

Foundation Crack Repair, New Jersey

Because your foundation supports your home, it must stay structurally intact. Foundation cracks can impact its structural stability. They create weak spots which can be pushed inward, causing bowed walls and foundation leaks. When you notice wall cracks, you must contact a professional foundation repair company, like First Choice Waterproofing, for professional foundation wall crack repairs before there are significant consequences to your home.

At First Choice Waterproofing, we provide homeowners in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York, and the surrounding areas with expert foundation crack repair services. We offer FREE inspections and wall crack repair estimates and have the training needed to identify the cause of your foundation wall cracks.

What Causes Foundation Wall Cracks?


Foundation wall cracks occur on both poured concrete and concrete block foundations. They may appear differently based on the material, but the same set of environmental factors causes basement wall cracks. Cracks in poured concrete walls are typically diagonal, extending from the bottom corners of the wall toward the center. Cracks in concrete block walls usually occur along the joint lines between the concrete blocks, with horizontal cracking near the mid-point of the walls and “stair step” cracking at the corners.

The leading cause of cracked basement walls is foundation settlement, bowing walls, and hydrostatic pressure. Regardless of the reason, these are serious problems that will only worsen over time if not corrected. By accurately diagnosing what conditions are causing the foundation damage, we can determine the best solution to resolve the problem.

What is Hydrostatic Pressure?

Hydrostatic pressure is the pressure that is caused by excess groundwater in the soil surrounding your foundation. This water builds up in the soil, adding extra weight and pressure against the foundation.

Our Foundation Wall Crack Repair Solutions

Our Foundation Wall Crack Repair Solutions


First Choice Waterproofing prioritizes our customers and their homes. We use the highest quality and most effective methods to ensure your homes are reliable for your living situation.

Carbon fiber is a popular solution for repairing foundation wall cracks. This technique uses carbon fiber strips constructed from custom bi-directional weave and double stitching patterns. The carbon fiber strip fastens to the wall using a sill plate and connects to the foundation base for equal pressure distribution.

The carbon fiber reinforcement option is easy to install and a firmly secure solution. Whether a residential or commercial foundation, our warranty protects the carbon fiber installation for 25 years.

Benefits of Using Carbon Fiber for Foundation Wall Crack Repair

Carbon fiber strapping is commonly used to fix leaky foundation wall cracks in New Jersey. This carbon fiber is designed to seal, strengthen, and stabilize foundation walls.

Additional Benefits:

  • Aesthetic Appeal – No intrusive brackets or anchors
  • Cost-Effective
  • Quick to Install.
  • 25-Year Transferable Warranty.
  • Top bracket ties to joists for ultra-secure connection.
  • Strongest bottom bracket connection in the industry.
  • The 8-Inch Wide Strap allows spacing up to 6 Feet.
  • Best-in-class performance against shear forces

Other Uses for Carbon Fiber Foundation Repairs

Our team at First Choice Waterproofing also uses carbon fiber strips to seal and fix bowed foundation walls and repair corner deterioration in basements. Sealing foundation cracks prevents water intrusion in your basement and keeps foundation cracks from spreading further.

Contact Us for Professional Bowed Wall Repair Services

If you notice cracks in your foundation, contact our team at First Choice Waterproofing. We can schedule a FREE wall crack repair inspection and estimate for your home in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York, and the surrounding areas. Schedule your appointment today by calling 732-430-2026 or fill out our online contact form to have our wall crack repair experts contact you.

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