Waterproof Coatings For Your Commercial Building

Water damage wreaks havoc on your commercial building’s interior and exterior. Finding ways to waterproof your building without compromising its aesthetic is likely one of your primary concerns as a building owner. To assuage your water damage fears and your visual concerns, you might be interested in decorative waterproof coating in NJ and NYC

For Your Basement 

Basement water damage is a huge concern for many  building owners. If your building is in an area prone to water in the basement, repairs can get costly – and when water is likely to strike again, you don’t want initial repairs to have been in vain. Decorative waterproof coatings for your basement floors and walls can ensure that your repair investment does not go to waste – should the worst happen, were water to return to the space, your coating can hold up even with exposure to new water. 

For Your Deck

A deck is an excellent cosmetic investment for your building’s exterior, but weather elements and excessive water can lead to premature discoloration. By protecting your deck with decorative waterproof coating, you preserve its beautiful glow for years longer. 

Water can bring damage to your building structure in many other ways. If water damage is a concern to you as an owner or property management, be sure to invest in decorative waterproof coating in NJ and NYC.

 

About Adriatic Restoration

Adriatic Restoration has been operated by the same owners and under the same business name for 33 years. As a family-run company, we have provided quality industrial building restoration services for decades. My father, who brought me up in the business, taught me everything I know about work ethics. I oversee every job and take a hands-on approach to all our projects. As a person who was born and raised in Bergen County New Jersey, I have experience working with local businesses in commercial buildings throughout North New Jersey and Central Jersey.

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24 Oct 2017


By Aron Ballard
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