Below-Grade Waterproofing

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Below-grade waterproofing materials are subject to water conditions that are typically more severe than above-grade envelope areas.  Structure elements below-grade are often exposed to hydrostatic pressure from ground water tables the can rise significantly during periods of heavy rainfall.  Whether installing a surface drainage system to divert ground water away from a structure, excavating earth fill to install a membrane on the exterior (positive) side of a vertical wall, or applying a cementitious coating to the interior (negative) side of a wall, Everclear Enterprises, Inc. regularly assists our clients in protecting their structures from the significant damage that can result from the intrusion of ground water.