The fundamental difference between Waterproofing systems and other commercial roofing systems is the fact that the membrane is buried beneath earth, pavement, pavers, or other materials in order to support foot or vehicular traffic. Some typical waterproofing applications would be bridge decks, plaza decks, below grade foundation walls and green roofs.
The fact that waterproofing systems are buried after they’re installed necessitates a careful hand in the installation process. This is because it is very hard to inspect and make repairs once everything is set. To this end, the installation of drain layers and protection, insulation and filter fabrics are also part of a typical roof waterproofing system.
You have several choices for waterproofing systems which include: self adhesive bituminous, PVC, butly rubber, both hot and cold applied multi-ply bituminous built up systems, hot applied rubberized asphalt, and EPDM. We’re experienced with installing each of these systems.
Miss Porter’s School New Roofing, Flashing and Waterproofing for M. Burch
University of Hartford Performing Arts Center The Performing Arts Center at
Suffield Academy Dorms Suffield, CT Eagle Rivet received the contract to
For this 25,000 sq ft project, Eagle Rivet removed the existing