Waterproofing and Painting

Protect your community from water intrusion with an investment that will last.

Ensuring your building is waterproofed is a crucial part of any construction process, safeguarding it from potential damage. Skipping this step exposes your structure to weather and wear, significantly shortening its durability.

Waterproofing involves a detailed method that connects different materials, effectively sealing gaps or fissures in the building's outer layer.

It's important to note that waterproofing is not the same as painting. They differ in duration, materials used, and the techniques applied.


  • The right waterproofing protocol will seal the surface of your building to protect it from water intrusion.
  • It requires high-quality materials and additional steps, making the process longer than painting. But waterproofing provides a significantly longer warranty while protecting your structure, which saves you from costly future repairs.


  • Painting is only an aesthetic change. It colors the building but does not stop water from penetrating the surface, which negatively impacts the building’s structural components. This water intrusion will cause costly repairs in the future.
  • It typically requires low- to medium-quality materials and requires less time than waterproofing.
  • Painting offers a shorter warranty than waterproofing. However, a paint manufacturer’s warranty is void if the contractor didn’t follow specific waterproofing protocols. Most painting protocols do not include these waterproofing measures, therefore voiding your warranty from the beginning.

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