SPRING 2012

Waterproof Magazine Fall 2008 Issue

Underslab Barriers: Does Millage Matter?
The thickness of an underslab moisture barrier is frequently used as a gauge of performance.  But other factors, such as tensile stregnth and puncture resistance are just as important.

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Wind and Fire Standards for Living Roofs: 
By Kelly Luckett
New standards define what’s needed to keep living roofs safe from wind damage, and prevent the spread of fires.  They also prove that green roofs have overcome the final hurdle for acceptance by the design community.

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Taking Your Business Commercial
By Melissa Morton
Project size, opportunities, ad profits are all larger in the commercial sector, but so are the risks. Three contractors who have made the leap successfully discuss what you need to know before your residential waterproofing business starts bidding on commercial work.

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Sealed Crawlspaces: Concrete vs. Plastics
The new trend in basements is to seal crawlspaces from outside air and soil moisture.  The two most popular methods to seal the floor each have unique considerations that if not considered may aggravate moisture problems.

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