Waterproofing

Two main focuses of a commercial property manager are to protect the building and keep water out. This is also vital in protecting assets inside the building.

Building leaks typically occur at transitions such as glass/window enclosures, or where two or different types of architectural panels meet. Failure to maintain a waterproof seal is the main problem, but can also be broken down by weather and environmental factors as well. Preventing damage and additional costs lies in inspecting and fixing the problems with the right sealants for your property.

A building or structure is waterproofed with the use of membranes and coatings to protect contents underneath or within as well as protecting structural integrity.  Basements, decks, roofs, wet areas like bathrooms, and other structures are often waterproofed to protect them from damage. Drainage systems can also be installed to remove water pressure against parts of a property.

If water intrusion issues are on your list of facility problems to solve, applying a waterproofing coating or industrial sealant is a good place to start. Experience is key and the more understanding of waterproofing, the less margin of error and streamline of work. Freedom Restoration has been successfully helping businesses everywhere for over 17 years. Contact us today for a no-cost evaluation. freerest.com 410-451-7110

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