Guide and tips for Cementitious Waterproofing Coating.
Cementitious waterproofing is a construction method used to protect surfaces from water damage. This type of waterproofing involves the application of a cement-based mixture to a surface, concrete, masonry, or brick to prevent water from entering the surface. Cementitious waterproofing is commonly used in the basement area, parking garages, tunnels, and underground canals where water intrusion can cause damage.
The cementitious waterproofing coating can also be done in residential properties such as balconies, roofs, and terraces to protect against water damage caused by rain, snow, or maybe some different climatic conditions. One of the benefits of this is, it withstands hydrostatic pressure, which is caused by water buildup.
Cementitious waterproofing paint is a type of coating that is applied to the lower surface of the constructions for water prevention. This paint is composed of cement, sand, and other substances, such as acrylic or latex, that provide improved mixability and flexibility. Cementitious waterproofing paint is easy to apply in both and can be used for both interior and exterior use such as walls, roofs, and floors to prevent water from entering. When the paint is applied in the right quantity it tends to stay for very long and provide long-lasting protection to the property.