Masonry Waterproofing

Waterproofing involves applying a material that resists the flow of moisture. Inhibiting moisture from penetrating masonry is important due to the damaging effects it can cause. The type of water repellent used depends on the condition of the masonry, climate and weather patterns and how susceptible the masonry is to absorb water. It is very beneficial in protecting masonry from the harmful effects of moisture absorption by correctly selected and applied water repellents.

Some of our waterproofing projects include Jackson & Greystone Vine Apartments, St. Lawrence Church and the Fisher Building in Muncie, Indiana. Also, another one of our large waterproofing projects includes the sandstone and limestone at High Street United Methodist Church.