Polyurea-based membranes have become a popular choice for industrial or commercial floor surfaces (warehouse or utility rooms floors, etc.) and private properties (parking garages, balconies, porches, and steps) thanks to their outstanding waterproofing qualities, lasting results, and the renewed look they provide.
Lasting waterproofing results are achieved by doing surface repair and coating. Industrial-grade materials and specialised application methods allow for both single-defined and multiple cracks to be repaired, and thin patch applications (as thin as 5 mm) make it possible to level the floor surface and correct improper slope, to prevent liquids from pooling. Polyaspartic membranes provide a lasting solution that makes the surface safe to use and look good at the same time.
Cracks are routed and cleaned out, and then coated with an industrial-strength adhesive. An appropriate crack-filling material follows. If required, the repaired area is painted to match the adjacent surface.
To ensure proper patch installation, any unsound concrete is removed, and the surface is coated with an industrial-strength adhesive. The patch is then applied.
Polyaspartic waterproofing membranes are installed as a two-layer application. A basecoat is applied over a clean surface (previously repaired, if needed. If the floor surface is new, then some slight grinding is done to ensure proper adhesion). Specialised aggregates are broadcast next, for a non-slip texture. A polyaspartic topcoat follows, to fully seal the surface and ensure the aggregates remain in place. This membrane comes with a choice of colours and flakes that can be added.