Epoxy Injection

Epoxy injection is a process by which the structural integrity of a cracked concrete member can be restored to its original strength.

Epoxy is pumped into a crack under pressure. The injection is performed to insure that epoxy fully penetrates and fills the crack. Once the epoxy has cured, the concrete is in essence welded back together.

Epoxy has a cured strength many times higher than the concrete itself, restoring injected members to their original strength. Any known cause for the cracking or settlement of the structure should be addressed to mitigate any future movement.

Epoxy Injection is an extremely cost effective alternative to removal and replacement of the cracked concrete and can be executed with minimal disturbance.


  • Concrete support columns
  • Foundation walls
  • Concrete slabs
  • Concrete bridges
  • Machine base plates
  • Vaults
  • Culverts
  • Concrete tanks


  • Cost effective alternative to removal and replacement
  • Restores structural integrity
  • Full depth repair
  • Non invasive
  • Permanent