Description

The waterproofing process is different from water resistance. Waterproofing concrete is not possible by simply following a mechanical process. Waterproofing concrete requires the use of a coating or chemical that eliminates the porous nature of concrete. Water resistance can be accomplished through the polishing and densifying process. Contact us to determine which application is best for you.

Applications

Applications of waterproofing include:

  • Food and beverage manufacturing
  • Medical and laboratory services
  • High spill locations (mechanic and repair shops)
  • Pool, spa, and hydrotherapy facilities
  • Water containment facilities such as holding tanks and reservoirs
  • Landscaping features, water parks and wading pools

Benefits

Benefits of waterproofing include:

  • Ease of cleaning surfaces
  • Reduced maintenance costs
  • Regulatory compliance

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