Basement Leak and Repair

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Crack Injections — Crack Sealants

Most cracks in poured concrete walls are standard settling hairline cracks. These cracks can be sealed with an elastiomeric watertight sealant from the inside. Cracks that are not  technically a hairline crack (more than 1/8 of an inch) are typically injected with the same method used to inject waterlines and sewerlines. Injection ports are applied to the crack and a polyurethane injection material pumped into it to fill the crack and  prevent water penetration. If you have a problem with a foundation crack call Murrell’s first. We can eliminate the need for repeat visits by solving the problem with one of the most innovative methods of crack sealant available on the market today.
Emecole Concrete Repair is Permanent and Economical with Epoxy Resins and Polyurethane Grouts

Waterline and Sewerline Injections

Let Murrell’s take care of your waterline and sewerline penetrations. A polyurethane injection system is the most advanced way to seal a waterline or sewerline. Don’t seal the area with rigid hydraulic cements that will separate as soon as the line is used or the temperature changes nor do you want to fill them with unreliable foams that are made for caulking windows and doors. Call Murrell’s first to have the areas sealed and guaranteed.

Murrell’s uses only the highest quality polyurethane products to ensure the most effective seal possible. All Murrell’s repair foremen are certified applicators of Emecole Polyurethane Injection Systems.


  • 1 – line water or sewer $225.00
  • 2 – lines in one trip $325.00

Additionally we can seal empty unused sleeves at the same.

Interior Drain Systems

Interior Drain Systems are a great solution for Yankee Basements. This system can be installed during new construction.

A gravel drainage system under the slab connected to a battery back up sump pump system is an ideal way to ensure a dry  basement. The same interior drain system can be installed in an older home where excavation for waterproofing is just not possible.  Please contact our office if you have any questions regarding interior drain systems and sump pump systems.