A typical concrete repair and waterproofing scope of work in the private residential sector can include concrete steps, landings and porches, balconies, patios, pool decks, walkways, driveways, parking garages, and basement walls.
Our industrial-grade materials allow for extensive crack repair on any surface – wall, ceiling, and floor. Crack filler will remain in place thanks to the instant bonding provided by our specialised products, enabling professional applicators to fill both single-defined and multiple cracks.
Patches done with our professional products will not delaminate – even from ceiling and wall surfaces – thanks to the monolithic adhesion provided. Patching can be done as thinly as 5 mm which allows to restore concrete steps, correct balcony and garage floor slope, waterproof cold joints (any area where two concrete slabs meet), among other concrete repairs.
Polyurea-based applications have become more and more popular due to their durability and versatility when it comes to looks. Such membranes can be applied to steps, landings, porches, balconies, pool decks, garage floors, and exterior basement walls – fully sealing and waterproofing the surface and giving it a renewed look. Polyaspartic (one type of polyurea) membranes come in a choice of colours and either a non-UV or UV-protection variety. Flakes can also be added for a unique look.
A typical work scope can include crack repair, patching, parging, and waterproofing membrane installation.
Durable concrete surface repairs and waterproofing start with proper preparation: all cracks and areas to be patched must be cleaned out, ensuring there are no loose materials which would interfere with adhesion. Cracks are then filled, and patches are installed: our industrial-grade materials allow for thin patch applications – as thin as 5 mm – which makes surface restoration and slope correction possible.
When requested, a polyurea-based membrane is installed next, coating the entire area in question (steps, balconies, etc.) to ensure lasting waterproofing results. It is a two-layer application: a polyaspartic basecoat is installed is followed by non-slip aggregates broadcast for user safety, and a polyaspartic topcoat follows, which fully seals the surface. Decorative epoxy can also be installed.