interior also remains clean and dry during the heavy rainfall ahead of winter.
Coating a foundation during the winter must be done with a solvent based product and it is critically important to avoid water based coatings. Solvent based coatings typically require 48 hours to cure fully; consequently, your foundation is exposed to lower temperatures for several days during which the foundation could heave from frost and become very damaged as a result. Very cold temperatures make waterproofing more difficult.
Good waterproofing ensures a tight, weather-proof seal improves insulation. In temperature-controlled environments, less energy is consumed to heat a properly-insulated space. In general, proper waterproofing helps to preserve optimal operating conditions for your home and or business.
If you’d like a free on-site inspection of your waterproofing, contact Carl from Waterproof Junction today.