Below-grade waterproofing, which involves applying membranes and coatings to the part of the building envelope that’s below ground level, such as foundation walls and basements.
Above-grade waterproofing, which requires completely different materials and techniques than below-grade to maintain a waterproof envelope on surfaces exposed to the elements.
Plaza waterproofing, which uses hot-fluid applied waterproofing on surfaces that serve as a “roof” over the space below, such as an upper level of a parking garage or a building deck covered with planters and pavers.
Expansion waterproofing, which involves waterproofing any structural expansion joint, whether below-grade or above-grade, interior or exterior, vertical or horizontal.
Traffic coating, which refers to nonskid applications that protect against both vehicular and foot traffic on a variety of surfaces, such as parking garages, loading docks, ramps, and balconies.
Air barriers, which are modern, sheet-applied, or liquid-applied waterproofing solutions that prevent condensation in the cavities of facades that can cause mold and mildew buildup.
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