Foundation Waterproofing Systems Articles
- Product Review: Construction Products
- PROSALES Magazine (3/1/2007)
- Year after year, the diversity of our Editors' Choice winners continues to reflect the many ways in which the pro supply industry changes and evolves. We hope many of these products will strike your fancy and reveal themselves to you as valuable tools–not just more items to sell–as you progress through 2007.
- Protecto Sill Drainage System
- BUILDING PRODUCTS Magazine (1/17/2007)
- The patent-pending Protecto Sill Drainage System combines the maker's peel-and-stick adhesive with sloped, closed-cell foam that ensures any water or condensation found inside window openings will be directed to the outside weather plane of the structure. Accommodating either 2x4 or 2x6 framing, the system also features a mold-resistant wicking material to absorb and transfer moisture to the outside of the window opening. It also features a 1/2-inch back dam for additional drainage and protection. 800-759-9727
- Insulation, Housewrap and more
- Siding, Insulation and More
- Basement Waterproofing Creates New Living Space without Having to Build an Addition, Explains Latest Episode by Bob Vila
- ebuild (12/7/2006)
- The current episode airing on Bob Vila deals with basement waterproofing prior to a basement finishing project. New living space in a home can be attained by two means: either by building an addition or by finishing a part of a home that is currently unfinished. Of these two methods, only basement remodeling is relatively simple and inexpensive. As Bob Vila says in the episode, the biggest challenge to any basement remodeling project is keeping water out of the basement and making it a dry basement.
- Construction Materials
- PRO SALES MAGAZINE (12/1/2006)
- The latest in construction materials.
- Shockwave by Mar-flex Introduces Next Generation Technology to Protect Foundation Walls
- ebuild (11/6/2006)
- Mar-flex Waterproofing and Basement Products developes Shockwave by Mar-flex, a crush-resistant drainage board that acts as a powerful shock absorber to protect walls during backfill. Shockwave's rubber-like texture makes it different from anything in the industry. Its unique construction uses a closed-cell, cross-linked polyethylene foam that absorbs pressure and bounces back to its original configuration when compressed during the backfill process.
- Waterproofing Products
- RESIDENTIAL CONCRETE MAGAZINE (5/1/2006)
- The latest in waterproofing products.