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Delivering Exceptional Craftsmanship

Since 2016, Eminence Construction has been a trustworthy Construction Company. If you need some concrete foundation crack repair work done for your home, don't hesitate to contact us.  Our good reputation in the GTA area comes from our exceptional customer service, high quality materials and labor. Get in touch and see what we can do for you!

Expert Waterproofing and Foundation Repair Solutions by Eminence Construction

Eminence Construction started in 2016 after 4 years as a service technician for a waterproofing company. During that time, I realized that I have the passion for foundation crack repairs. I remember I heard at the beginning that these repairs don't need to be nice because they will be behind insulation anyway. I truly believe if any repair looks pleasing to the eye, it shows that the installer cares and most likely knows what they are doing. My goal is always to treat my customer's house as it would be mine!

We are fully insured, provide a fully transferable lifetime warranty and offer flexible appointment times. We are locally owned and operated company.

If you need an estimate, an installation, or just a few questions answered about wet basements, basement waterproofing or foundation repair, we are here to help you.

Contact us today by calling 416-885-9647 or send us an email at

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Our Services

What sets Eminence Construction apart is our team making sure that all the work we deliver is absolutely flawless. After all, our superior quality Construction Company is precisely what separates us from other similar companies. Whether you have a small repair or a bigger project, let us know what you need, and we’ll help you out.


Epoxy or polyurethane injection

The basic rule weather you need epoxy or polyurethane injection is based on the thickness of the crack. 
Cracks less then 3/8" inches can be repaired with epoxy. Cracks wider then these needs to be repaired with expanding polyurethane injection.  The epoxy will flow out from the crack before it cures properly if the crack is too wide.

Repair with carbon fiber

Some cracks need to be reinforced with carbon fiber beside the epoxy injection. This material can withstand huge amount of additional movement due to the structure of the product. It is a very good option if you worry about your house is still settling down.


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1690 Emberton Way
Innisfil, L9S 0A8


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Let Us Answer Your Questions

  • Why does my basement leak?
    Water leakage is caused by several factors. New houses are settling which makes the house and the foundation shift . The parging done on the outside of the home may have deteriorated and is allowing water to enter the foundation. A professional inspector is trained to notice these signs and determine the exact reason you are seeing the water.
  • How serious is my water problem?
    Unfortunately, the water you see in your basement is the least of the problem. This water will evaporate into the air eventually. The water that is not escaping through the foundation wall is the source of trouble. This water will cause lower wall deterioration, cracks, bulges in walls, efflorescence, and many other concerns. Our licensed inspectors are trained to notice these signs and convey their knowledge to you in an understandable way so you know what is best for your situation.
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    FAQs can be added to any page on your site or to your Wix mobile app, giving access to members on the go.
  • How can I tell where the water is coming from?
    Water can enter a foundation through several different ways. The most common is at the cove area (where the floor and the wall meet). This, simply put, is a natural seem in which the water can most easily penetrate your foundation. Another common source is hydrostatic pressure. This will cause water to penetrate through cracks in your wall . Several other sources are common, though not as easily noticeable. Our licensed inspectors are trained to determine the exact source of your problem, and resolve the most effective solution for your unique situation.
  • What causes the musty smell in my basement?
    Obviously, the musty smell you have is much more than just a bad smell. Mold and fungus spores that float in the air cause it. This will contribute to allergy and asthma problems, as well as other health issues.
  • What is that white chalky substance on the walls?
    Efflorescence. Concrete is made of three materials, stone, lime cement, and stone. What you are seeing is a chemical breakdown of the bonding agent that holds your wall together. The water that is inside of your foundation wall will, over time, leech the lime cement out of the wall . When the water evaporates from the surface of the wall it leaves this white dust .
  • What are the brown stains on my wall?
    Brown stains, especially on block or poured concrete walls, are a sign of acid damage. The clay outside your home is very acidic, and when the water leaks into your basement, it draws that acidity with it. Your wall acts as a filter, holding this acid back and allowing the “clean” water into your basement. Acid damage leads to lower wall deterioration. If you notice ANY signs of this nature, we have the information you need to know about the situation.
  • I have cracks in my wall or floors.
    Cracks in your walls can be caused by several sources, resulting in several different effects. Cracks can be a sign of settling in the foundation. However, cracks can also be caused by pressure built up of water around and/or under your foundation. A crack in a foundation wall is a sign of movement. With an average of 47 tons resting on your foundation walls, the integrity of your walls must be maintained.
  • Is there anything I can do myself to correct the problem?
    Depending on the situation, correcting the problem yourself is very much a possibility. If your trained inspector feels the problem is minimal, he will give you tips and idea as to how you can take care of it yourself. However, if the problem is one that would need professional services, he will review all of the options available to you so you know your home is in the best condition possible.
  • I think I have an above grade problem.
    Depending on the signs of water penetration, your problem may vary well be above grade. Sometimes grading and/or downspouts can solve the problem. However, if the water is coming from the bottom portion of the wall, or you see damp spots on the walls, this probably isn’t the case. . Eminence Construction offers a free, no cost, no obligation inspection to anyone noticing these signs so you know for sure what the cause of the problem is and what can be done to correct the problem.
  • What does it cost to have my basement waterproofed?
    It depends on the problem, what work needs to be done, and which method you choose to correct the problem. For this very reason, we offer our inspections and estimates free of charge. This way, you can find out the information you need to know to take care of your home.
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