basement wall reinforcement and support

Repair your masonry block or poured concrete basement walls with our carbon fiber wall reinforcement and support system

Are you concerned about the hassle, mess, and intrusive methods required fix cracked or bowed basement walls?

Stop worrying about your bowed basement walls...

Now you can have your basement walls reinforced with a simple, practical, and attractive material.
THE REINFORCER® is a 4-inch wide carbon fiber repair plate bonded with structural epoxy (ECS104) made to stabilize, support and reinforce basement foundation walls!

The Reinforcer® replaces the need and hassle of steel beam installations.Learn more

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What makes The Reinforcer® the obvious choice?

  • Thin as a dime - only .045" thick
  • 10 times stronger than steel
  • Subtle appearance - virtually unnoticable
  • Material is non-corrosive & non-flamable
  • Lifetime manufacturer warranty Lifetime Warranty
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How does THE REINFORCER® work?

When THE REINFORCER® is applied to basement foundation walls, it counteracts further outside pressure on the wall, taking the tension force (or tensile load) that the wall cannot. For every increase in pressure on the wall, THE REINFORCER® supplies an equal and opposite resistant force making the wall stronger. It helps repair expanding, buckling, bowing, and cracking walls by using carbon fiber to strengthen the walls.

bowed walls Why walls bow and eventually collapse.
Typically, foundations are stressed when pressure is exerted on the outside from the foundation, causing the walls to crack and separate beyond their tensile capacity. If not stopped, or properly reinforced, foundations could collapse.
house foundation repair The Reinforcer ® helps eliminate the damage.
When The Reinforcer® is applied to foundations, it counteracts further outside pressure on the wall, taking the tension force or tensile load that the concrete or mortar joint cannot.
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