Water Proofing Installation

When you waterproof concrete, masonry and other cement-based materials you prolong the life and durability of the structure. Whether you are preserving a cinder block wall, a concrete floor or poured concrete walls, keeping water out of concrete is a great step toward better longevity. In some parts of the country if you have masonry, concrete or block walls, it is required by law and building code to waterproof these structures. A high water table, flood-prone building area or high rain levels dictate these types of waterproofing codes. In high-rise buildings all substructures have to be waterproofed. They are load-bearing walls for incredibly heavy complexes and a material breakdown is unacceptable.

It prevents mold and mildew from getting into the walls and floor. This makes waterproofing essential to structural integrity and health.
It reduces maintenance costs and clean-up. With waterproof structures you have a lot less work to do when cleaning up after a heavy rainstorm or flood. Basic maintenance is much easier , the waterproof factor keeps things clean.
Waterproofed walls and floors increase property value. When the time comes to sell, a waterproofed basement or sub-floor is a good selling point. No one wants to buy a house with water problems.