Repair your cracked basement wall by yourself

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Easy, affordable, DIY basement wall crack repair. Stop your basement wall from further bowing.


For years the rigid strength of carbon fiber has been used for the strengthening of concrete bridges, construction of high rises, multilevel parking structures, foundations - anywhere extreme strength is needed.


For the last 13 years it has been available only commercially for repairing bowed and cracked basement walls. Now there is a specifically designed system for the homeowner that uses that very same carbon fiber technology. It is available in a complete do-it-yourself basement wall repair kit that is easily affordable.


You can quickly and easily repair a crack in your own basement wall, or stop further bowing of that wall, with our Carbon Wall Repair DIY Kit. Order your kit today and repair your basement wall now before it gets any worse.

Our Products

Everything you need for a professional basement wall repair

20 Foot Wall Repair Kit




    Includes:

  1. 36 ft Carbon Fiber Straps
  2. Xtreme 800 & Xtreme 1200 Epoxy
  3. Mixers & rollers
  4. Trowels
  5. Instructions
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  1. Supplements the standard kit
  2. 8 ft Carbon Fiber Strap
  3. Xtreme800 Epoxy
  4. Static Mixers
  5. Roller, head, and tray
  6. Instructions
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Laminating Epoxy
  1. Laminating Epoxy
  2. Joint & Crack Filler
  3. Used to repair wall cracks
  4. Fast setting
  5. Gel-like consistency
  6. Non-abrasive
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Saturant Epoxy
  1. Saturant Epoxy
  2. Used to saturate straps
  3. Fast setting
  4. Low-viscosity consistency
  5. Insensitive to Moisture
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  1. Double Tube Epoxy Gun
  2. Angle Grinder
  3. Air Gun
  4. Injection Gun
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WHO WE ARE?

Carbon Wall Repair, LLC was founded in 2010. We produce the finest composite system on the market. As a manufacturer we have been producing carbon fiber products for over 15 years.

At Carbon Wall Repair, we offer a complete line of quality Carbon Fiber concrete repair items specifically designed for structural repair and other contractors. Our kits and materials are the most effective solutions to repairing vertical and horizontal concrete cracks and bowing walls.

Carbon Fiber technology is so superior that other methods of basement wall repair no longer make sense. Carbon Fiber is a highly proven technology that has been used for years for the strengthening of concrete bridges, construction of commercial buildings and high rises, multilevel parking structures, foundations; anywhere extreme strength is needed.

WHY Carbon Fiber?

Carbon fiber technology is so superior that other methods of basement wall repair no longer make sense.

Carbon-fiber-reinforced polymer (CFRP) has become a notable and preferred material in many structural engineering applications. CFRP has proved itself cost-effective in a number of field applications strengthening concrete, masonry, steel, cast iron, and timber structures. It has been proven throughout multiple industries to be a highly effective product for structural reinforcement.

It is a thin wall application, making it non-intrusive and easy to paint over which helps hide repairs well.

It's tensile strength is stronger than steel and Carbon fiber straps will not rust or deteriorate and is less expensive than other professionally installed systems.

Our epoxy is superior to any other polymers on the market and we manufacture (in our DIY kits) commercial grade carbon fiber.

Originally developed for NASA and our U.S. Military for applications demanding extreme strength, it is now economically applicable to many industrial, commercial, and consumer applications.

Carbon Fiber is a highly proven technology that has been used for years for the strengthening of concrete bridges, construction of commercial buildings and high rises, multilevel parking structures, foundatioins; anywhere extreme strength is needed.

It is bonded to the concrete, and because the carbon fibers will not stretch, the concrete cannot move.

Carbon fiber is always the strongest link in the chain.

This is because carbon fiber is typically very strong (e.g., 3000 MPa ultimate tensile strength, more than 10 times mild steel) but not particularly stiff (150 to 250 GPa, less than steell). As a consequence, only small cross-sectional areas of the material are needed. Small areas of very high strength but moderate stiffness significantly increases strength, but not stiffness.

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