My foundation crack was repaired sort of by a contractor. He told me though that it is only temporary because the floor doesn't take water all that well. What he did was punched a hole in the floor and poured water down the hole to see how well the floor took the water, it took it but not all that well. He said eventually I would have a water problem in the basment.
However the problem is now is the floor goes all the way to the wall. No where for it to go, he said that I would have to make a trench or something all along the walls of the basement for the water to go and then get a sump pump to take the water out.
Right now I think that is a little extreme. The house kind of sits up, I think one of the problems is the gutter that is above the crack in the basement is old and has a big hole in it.
What he did was chiseled out the whole crack and I think put in the hydraulic cement.
Will this work do you have any suggestions?