What do I use to seal the crack between my concrete driveway and my concrete foundation.?
The driveway has seperated from it seal to the foundation by about an inch. I am afraid that water gets in between there and seeps in to my basement. What should I use to seal? Quickcrete, caulk, tar?
Asked By: Miklo - 3/27/2009
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Call first to your local home center or lumber yard and ask if they have any 1" backer rod. This is a round styrofoam like pc that you will push down in the crack until there is just about 1/2" of room left at the top of the crack. * Clean debris out of the crack and along the sides of the concrete and foundation. Also... More
Answered By: Tedruski - 3/27/2009
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Fill it with backer rod to about a 1/4 " from the top then fill it with a concrete caulking.
Answered By: rob89434 - 3/27/2009
I would not advise using any product that sets solid. This could cause cracks due to expansion and contraction. I think an acrylic caulk would solve the problem.
Answered By: sensible_man - 3/27/2009
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