Similar to a Foundation Crack, concrete rock pocket repair is completed by injecting an epoxy into the void, sealing and waterproofing the section. Should this not be possible, whether this be from a furnace blocking it or a finished portion of the basement that cannot/will not be removed, an exterior option is also available. We can dig down that one section and seal it from the outside. This is done with our 3-part seal and also comes with a Lifetime Warranty.
As you have read above, Honeycomb Repairs are very similar to Foundation Crack and Pipe Penetration Repairs. This is because it uses the same Epoxy Injection method. It is important to note, before we get into cost, the extent of the repair before costing it out.
The main problem with Honeycombing is that it isn’t always clear how far the Honeycombing extends. While it is easy to spot the entire repair on a middle section of a wall, what happens when the Honeycombing is at the bottom of the wall and goes under the floor? How do we know how far to seal and how much to seal?
It is broken down quite simply:
If Honeycombing is on the middle/top of the wall with all perimeters observed, the concrete pocket repair can be completed via Epoxy Injection.
If Honeycombing is at the bottom of the wall and disappears below the floor, we must then move to installing a Drain Tile System. This is because we cannot seal with Epoxy the Cove Joint (Where floor and wall meet), so instead a Perimeter Drain will need to be installed to stop that water.
So, what does concrete rock pocket repair cost? The price range we use, depends on the size of the repair. Click the link below to view our pricing sheet:
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