With Thorough Traffic Coating, Pedestrians Can Walk To and From Your Building Safely
Rainy or snowy days create slippery pavement. Because of this, pedestrian traffic coating certainly comes in handy. Learn how this form of concrete waterproofing contributes to new and improved concrete and safer walking conditions for your customers.
Sometimes, terminology can get misconstrued, so be mindful of what contractors mean if they offer you between slab waterproofing. Although some believe this is interchangeable with pedestrian traffic coating, it’s not. Between slab waterproofing does protect concrete walkways, but it serves a different purpose than pedestrian traffic coatings.
Structures like decks and balconies often have horizontal slabs and an additional slab on top of them. Each slab needs substantial protection. Between slab waterproofing is usually applied to the surface and dries as a waterproof barrier that protects the surface from moisture. Without it, water seepage can ruin the integrity of the over- and underlapping slabs. It also mitigates moisture damage that comes up from the ground. Be sure to have a clear understanding of what your structure needs before finalizing your project agreements with your contractor.
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