Basement penetration seal wall

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Due to the heavy rains we are experiencing delays. We are doing our best to call everyone back, we thank you for your patience. Make A Payment. There are many ways that water can enter your basement, but did you know that your pipes may not be safe from groundwater, either? Pipes can leak and cause more harm than you may think.

Foundation Wall Pipe Penetration Leaks

Foundation Wall Pipe Penetration Leaks

Due to the heavy rains we are experiencing delays. We are doing our best to call everyone back, we thank you for your patience. Make A Payment. Pipe Penetration Seal Service in Chicagoland. Is there a pipe leaking in your basement? Often overlooked yet still a fairly common cause of moisture in your basement, most people forget to check the areas where their pipes extend into the ceiling, floor, and walls.

How to seal basement service penetrations.

Pipes ran through the foundation walls are sealed using hydraulic cement, caulking, or with an application of concrete - and there are some pipes that have no sealing in place whatsoever. The seal on these pipes will eventually wear out and deteriorate over time. When this happens, they can become the weakest links in the foundation wall.
When pipes are run through the walls of your foundation, they are typically sealed up with concrete, hydraulic cement, or caulk. Sometimes, they're not sealed at all! These penetrations are one of the weakest links in the foundation walls when it comes to holding back groundwater, and it's very common for them to leak water. To solve this problem, a series of solutions have been tried. All of them work at least some of the time.