In order to do a proper job to bring you peace of mind, it is also a good idea to rely on experience. Does more than twenty years in the exterior waterproofing business sound ideal to you? And why should there be a focus on exterior waterproofing anyhow. Let’s take a quick look at this.
There is only one way that water can enter critical outlets within the home. It can, naturally speaking, only come in from the outside. And when exterior water or moisture somehow seeps in unnoticed and unannounced it can cause untold damage to these critical outlets or dividing lines. Walls and floors and ceilings that have been damaged through exterior water entries or so-called rear entries could be damaged irreparably and cause further damage to the home if not inspected on a regular basis.
An annual inspection from a qualified waterproofing expert with years of seasonal experience under his belt is a reasonable recommendation. Initially, those with extensive exposure to water and/or moisture or damp should be considering a more regular inspection and maintenance schedule. Over a few months, the complete exterior waterproofing work should show progress in sealing walls, floors and ceilings and only require an annual inspection visit.
This is more than reasonable and you should consider this right now if you suspect that your home or business infrastructure could be vulnerable at this time. You do not wish to wake up in the morning one day and find that your basement is flooded out or your moist kitchen walls have damaged your electrical appliances. Not only will walls, ceilings and floors be sealed tight by these services, windows and outside roofs can be looked at as well. And if the damage has already been done, emergency call out services are available too.