The process of waterproofing your basement begins with an assessment of your home in St. Louis. Our team will look at the condition of your foundation and walls, as well as any cracks or leaks in the flooring. We’ll also check for any signs of mold or mildew.
What Is Waterproofing?
Waterproofing is a process that involves the application of a protective coating to waterproof the surface of a material. This can be done by applying a substance, such as butyl rubber or polyurethane, to the material’s surface or by creating a barrier between the material and its environment.
There are two main types of waterproofing: external and internal. External waterproofing refers to waterproofing that protects the exterior of buildings, while internal waterproofing refers to waterproofing that protects building interiors.
Our team will arrive with all the necessary tools and materials to get started right away. At this point, we’ll remove any existing waterproofing material from your walls and floors before installing new materials.
How Does Waterproofing A St. Louis Home Work?
We’ll then cover the new wall material with high-quality paint that resists water damage and mold growth, which should help prevent future leaks from forming on these surfaces. Finally, we’ll apply a sealant around any cracks or crevices where water could enter the house through these openings—this helps prevent moisture build-up inside your home’s foundation walls during rainstorms or snowfall events (which can cause damage over time).
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