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Another area of your home that needs waterproofing is a plywood deck. Plywood decks are an integral part of many homes and can be found in all kinds of states. Some decks are immaculate and waterproofed while others…well, they just look awful. Exposed wood is just as bad as exposed concrete. Often, it’s even worse. While concrete will break down over time, a plywood deck will break down much quicker, causing you a headache sooner rather than later. As such, it’s a good idea to protect your deck like any other part of your home.
SANI-TRED® is truly a one-of-a-kind waterproofing system that outperforms every other material on the market. How can we say that? Because thousands of contractors and DIY-ers around the world who have used, and love, our product. We’re so confident in SANI-TRED® that we offer a sample pack so you can learn the SANI-TRED® System for a nominal price before moving onto bigger projects.
Waterproofing your home is incredibly important for your home to be fully functional. It seems incredibly obvious, but you’d be amazed how many homeowners ignore this key part of home ownership. All over the country, too many homes simply aren’t protected against water damage, which can be a disaster over time. With that in mind, here are some issues to keep in mind when waterproofing your home. (more…)
If you’re looking for a quality basement waterproofer, you have quite the task ahead of you. Basement waterproofing should be a straight-forward process, but unfortunately, it’s not. There are a lot of waterproofers on the market, but not all are made equal. Liners and coatings litter your local home improvement store, but none are as durable and versatile as SANI-TRED®. In this post, let’s explore the SANI-TRED® process. We have given you a step by step, “how to waterproof a basement” guide that will insure your success.
Basements are a vital part of many homes around the world. If your home has a basement, you know that it can add to your space like any other room. Basements can be used for any number of purposes, from storage to a guest room and more. But if you want to use your basement for anything besides a large closet, you need to finish it. Finishing your basement involves more than just bringing furniture downstairs; it involves waterproofing your space, then designing a new room that fits you. With that in mind, here are some ideas on what to do with your newly finished basement.
Letting water into your basement is a bad idea. That sounds pretty basic, but there are too many basements where this is still an issue. All over the country, flooding damages basements because of cracks, holes, and constant hydrostatic pressure. If your basement isn’t waterproofed right now, your basement could be next.
Recently Zion Waterproofing Pro’s in Illinois waterproofed a a leaky basement with the Sani-Tred system. Then a decorative faux concrete wood flooring system was installed as well as a Graniflex flooring system.
For all the accessories one can have in their backyard, none quite compare to a nice concrete fountain. Concrete fountains bring a level of class and sophistication to their surroundings while also giving you a water feature that looks amazing. By adding a fountain to your backyard, you’re getting a new aesthetic element that is also highly functional.
Your home’s foundation literally supports your home. More than any other part of your home, a strong, sturdy foundation can make all the difference in your home and make it livable. One issue every foundation faces is the threat of water damage. Foundations are at least partially underground, which means it’s constantly under threat of water encroaching. The best way to protect your foundation is to make sure it’s waterproof.
Waterproofing is a necessity for every home and business. That’s a cold, hard fact. If your building is standing, there’s something in or near it that needs protected against water damage. Driveways, garages, parking lots, interior rooms, and more, no matter what you live/work in, water presents a threat. Flooding can do untold damage and leaks just create problems more slowly. The best way to protect your building or outdoor space is to waterproof it before it’s a problem.