Spring 2008

Waterproof Magazine Fall 2008 Issue

Fixing a Broken Foundation
By Melissa Morton

Many waterproofers expand into the foundation repair business as a logical service.  From minor cracks to major underpinning work, foundation repair can be a valuable—and profitable—service.  Here's how to identify the problem, and the tools available to fix them

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Built-Up Roofing: The Basics
By Dan Calabrese

Considered the standard treatment for flat roofs, built-up roofing is one of the oldest, most reliable—and overlooked—methods.  New technologies, such as fiberglass felts, have made BUR even more effective.

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Sump Pumps Under the Stage

A significant portion of the new concert hall in Sonoma, Calif. sits below the water table.  An innovative system of slurry walls, drain tiles, and sump pumps keep the building dry, while an equally innovative system keeps the concert hall quiet.

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