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DRICORE™ PRO Concrete Repair – Epoxy and Polyurethane for Cracks

Easy-to-install products to repair concrete cracks.

Seal and fill concrete cracks
Waterproof leaking cracks
Wet and dry applications
Interior and exterior use
Low odour
Low odor
Easy to apply

Why DRICORE™ PRO Concrete Repair?

Annual freeze and thaw cycles and pressure from the surrounding soil create strain on a foundation wall which can cause cracks to form. For a complete repair, seal, fill then reinforce to protect against further movement, possible water leaks, as well as the entry of dangerous, naturally occurring gasses such as radon. Seal and fill with our crack injection kit then reinforce with our carbon fiber reinforcement kit.

DRICORE™ PRO Concrete Repair - Single-Tubes, Available in Canada

DRICORE™ PRO Concrete Repair – Single-Tubes, Available in Canada

DRICORE PRO Concrete Repair Carbon Fiber Reinforcement Kit Application Instructions (Single-Tube)

DRICORE PRO Concrete Repair Carbon Fiber Reinforcement Kit Application Instructions (Single-Tube)

DRICORE PRO Concrete Repair Kits - Features and Benefits (Single-Tubes)

DRICORE PRO Concrete Repair Kits – Features and Benefits (Single-Tubes)

Concrete Repair Products For Any Project

Product Overview

The DRICORE™ PRO Concrete Repair system is designed and engineered to seal, fill and structurally reinforce concrete.Carbon fiber is 10x stronger than steel and boasts superior benefits such as being cost-effective, non-corrosive, lightweight, minimally intrusive and easy to install. The finish is smooth, flat and nearly invisible when painted, and it doesn’t take up additional square footage. Repair block (CMU) or poured concrete foundations with DRICORE™ PRO Concrete Repair products!

DRICORE™ PRO Concrete Repair Crack Prep Surface Paste

Preparation adhesive for attaching injection ports and sealing concrete cracks prior to injection.

Advanced, high-strength, self-mixing formula
Moisture tolerant epoxy to seal cracks and holes
Perfect for interior and exterior use
Use to install injection ports and apply with a 10:1 thrust ratio caulking gun (both sold separately)

DRICORE™ PRO Concrete Repair Crack Injection Expanding Foam

Foam injection that expands 15x its volume to fill dry or wet cracks in concrete prior to reinforcement.

Advanced, fast-acting, moisture-resistant polyurethane formula expands 15x its volume to completely fill cracks in concrete
Low-viscosity, easy-to-inject foam is ideal for vertical wet or dry crack repairs through injection ports
Interior and exterior applications
The tube/kit will fix approximately one wall crack that measures 4-5 feet long, 1/16 to 1/8 inches wide and 8 inches deep (121-152 cm long, 0.15 to 0.31 cm wide and 20 cm deep). May vary from crack to crack
Use with injection ports and a 10:1 thrust ratio caulking gun (both sold separately)

DRICORE™ PRO Concrete Repair High Strength Anchoring Epoxy Paste

Multi-purpose adhesive for anchor bolts, threaded rod, railings, dowels and more.

Advanced, high-strength, self-mixing and fast-curing formula with a no-sag gel consistency
Multi-purpose adhesive, can be used for anchoring bolts, threaded rod, steel reinforcing/rebar dowels, general mortar repairs and more
Perfect for interior and exterior use
Apply with a 10:1 thrust ratio caulking gun (sold separately)

Disclaimer: The tube is designed to mix two separate solutions during dispensing, thus due to the internal mechanisms, the plunger will only advance to the middle of the tube. The quantity stated on the label is correct.

Mixing Nozzle: To attach the mixing nozzle to the tube, take a flat-head screwdriver and pop off the sealing cap, then screw on the nozzle.


DRICORE™ PRO Concrete Repair
Dual Cartridge Epoxy Gun (1:1 Mix | 2:1 Mix)

DRICORE™ PRO Concrete Repair
Injection Ports (10-Pack)

DRICORE™ PRO Concrete Repair
Injection Ports (250-Pack)

DRICORE™ PRO Concrete Repair
Static Epoxy Mixing Nozzles (2-Pack)

DRICORE™ PRO Concrete Repair
Static Epoxy Mixing Nozzles (10-Pack)

DRICORE™ PRO Concrete Repair
Injection Ports (10-Pack)

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Frequently Asked Questions

Carbon fiber prevents further inward movement, but will not straighten a wall.

There is no absolute number to go by, since there are many factors to consider. To figure out the deflection in your wall, measure the difference of the highest amount of deflection compared to the rest of the wall, and please consult with your structural engineer or foundation specialist for more information.

You have several options when your wall deflection reaches beyond 2-inches. Your first option is to excavate the soil that is exerting pressure on your basement wall, and to push the wall back. Another option is to install a steel mechanical system such as steel tie-backs. We recommend reinforcing the wall with carbon fiber regardless of which system is chosen to prevent future inward movement. Please contact your structural engineer or foundation repair specialist to do a thorough inspection and analysis.

There are several signs you can look for on the interior and exterior of your home. Within your home, it is important to check your walls or ceilings for cracks and if your windows or doors are difficult to open and close. You may also notice uneven floor surfaces or cracks in concrete floors. Outside of your home, ensure you look for cracks in masonry walls that are in a “stair-step” pattern. Other signs include a tilting chimney, wood trim that has been separated around joints and corners and if the concrete driveway, sidewalk, patio or any other concrete structures separated from the foundation.

It is a good idea to contact your foundation repair specialist for further review of the cracks in your foundation. If you are noticing a crack in your foundation, most of the time it means that something has shifted or settled so it should be addressed immediately.

Each property is different, because of this, the solution is specific to the structure of your home. In some cases this may be true, however, the process of re-building basement walls can be an inconvenience due to its high cost, property disturbance and the amount of time it takes to complete. It’s best to have a foundation specialist analyze your bowed walls to help determine a solution, but if the deflection is less than 2” the Dricore™ PRO Concrete Repair Bowed Wall Kit can be an option for the repair.

During the process of building your home and before a foundation is constructed, you can install a piering system to strengthen the foundation. It may also help to consult your foundation specialist during the process of construction so an analysis of the property can determine the proper foundation settlement prevention strategy.

The patented DRICORE™ PRO Concrete Repair Bowed Wall Kit ties the foundation base with the house framing, making it one of the strongest systems on the market!

The DRICORE™ PRO Concrete Repair patented system is superior and faster to install than the competition, and we are still very comparable in cost.

In most cases, carbon fiber can easily be painted over or covered with a finishing product. Please consult with your paint/coating manufacturer for guidelines and TDS.

Yes, the epoxy in the carbon fiber reinforced polymer (CFRP) system can be affected by UV light and we always recommend covering exposed carbon fiber with a finishing product when installing outdoors.

Carbon fiber fabric on its own is fire resistant, but the epoxy used to apply it doesn’t perform well against high temperature. If you have a specific requirement for fire resistance, please contact your engineer to source out the right fire-resistant coating for the CFRP system.

Unfortunately, in most cases homeowner’s insurance will not cover the cost.

Absolutely. The disclosure statement should have reflected the problem and if the previous owners were aware of the problem, they are obligated to fix it. You can discuss this with a DRICORE™ PRO Concrete Repair representative and then your attorney. Additionally, if you are selling a house, you have to fix the problem prior to selling the house.

Work can be completed year round.

Yes, if your wall is cracked it will continue to get worse over the next few years. It is better to fix it when the wall is not bowing rather than after a large bow occurs.

Yes, we have products designed to fix this problem. Please consult your structural engineer or foundation specialist for more information.

No, unfortunately no carbon fiber system will be able to stop this. You should consult with a piering contractor for a solution.

Our product warranties are available on our website, and vary by product. The warranties apply only to the consumer who originally purchased the product, and do not extend to any subsequent owner or other transferee of the product.

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“You never want to put your finished floors on top of wet, damp, and cold concrete. DRICORE® Subfloors gives you a layer of protection to help with moisture and cold coming from concrete.”

Skip Bedell

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“Nobody wants a musty smell in the house and that’s why I go with DRICORE® Subfloors.”

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“In my mind, you cannot finish a basement without putting down DRICORE®. Every house I’ve ever built has DRICORE® in the basement, it’s the only way to do it.”

Bryan Baeumler


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