This is the same solution we use for repairing cracks in your foundations. Additionally, grout and epoxy injection seals are rigid and inflexible, and the foundation wall is not. Soon, the combined forces of water and efflorescence will break the seal, and the pipe will begin to leak once more. It is similar with the foundation walls of our home. Call us at photo credit: You may notice water leaking around the pipe penetrations, or dark damp patches on the walls around the pipes.
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.
Water Pipe and Penetration Leaks Kits
The foam is then covered with a gray coating for an attractive tooled-off look, and the dry well is covered with concrete. This hole provides a direct path for water to get into your basement. At the time of installation, the penetration was sealed with a product commonly called "water plug. This can provide temporary relief, and stop water from seeping through the area. Because of these pipe penetrations in the concrete,a gap is created between the pipe and the hole in the wall. These holes run into the gap. Water can even pool on your basement floor if the problem is really bad.