Basement ready for winter – ACCL Waterproofing

November 19th, 2021

Basement ready for winter? - ACCL Waterproofing     Many people believe that the rainy season is the worst time of year for a basement. Continuous rain and floods will put your basement's ability to keep water out of your home to the test. Water leaks and flooding are terrible enough, but the mold growth that will inevitably result is...

Rod Leaks: ACCL Waterproofing

November 12th, 2021

Rod Leaks: ACCL Waterproofing If water gets into your basement, it can cause irreversible damage and render the space useless. Tie rod leaks, which are small holes in your foundations that can let water in, are one of the easiest problems to repair but also a very common port of entry for leaky basements.   With our entire selection of...

What is Basement Parging, and how does it work? – ACCL Waterproofing

November 5th, 2021

What is Basement Parging, and how does it work?   Basement parging is frequently thought of as an afterthought that completes the appearance of a home's façade. While decorative parging can improve the appearance of any drab-looking home, old or new, it also adds an extra layer of foundation protection. However, many homeowners are unaware of what parging is and...

Controlling Dust and Debris: ACCL Waterproofing

August 13th, 2021

Controlling Dust and Debris: ACCL Waterproofing   Is it required to use Dust Suppression? Absolutely, and for a variety of reasons. Dust suppression becomes a major concern while removing concrete with a jackhammer. the jackhammer's repeated motion tears down concrete and creates a fine dust particle. This dust is easily airborne and can go a long distance, causing a huge...

Waterproofing Exterior Walls 101 – ACCL Waterproofing

August 6th, 2021

WATERPROOFING EXTERIOR WALLS 101   Water and moisture can move through the brickwork and impact your internal walls when outside walls are exposed to rains or high humidity. This implies that your walls may remain damp for an extended period of time before drying, perhaps resulting in mold development and irreversible damage. In humid climates, wall damage from water penetration...

Waterproofing Concrete: ACCL Waterproofing

July 30th, 2021

Waterproofing Concrete: ACCL Waterproofing   You can waterproof concrete from the positive (external) side, negative (internal) side, or from within the concrete itself to make it truly waterproof—that is, to prevent water passage while also resisting hydrostatic pressure (integral systems). Although sheet membrane waterproofing is the most extensively utilized positive-side method, breakdowns and restrictions are widespread and costly. It's challenging...


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