SUMMER 2008

Waterproof Magazine Fall 2008 Issue

Midwest Flooding
By Melissa Morton

Torrential rainfall in the upper Midwest has flooded hundreds of square miles along the Mississippi River and its tributaries. Waterproofers are helping out as much as they can.

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Dealing with Drainage
By Dan Calabrese

Every building needs a drainage system. This involves everything from properly sloping the lot to ensuring drain tiles and sump pumps are adequate.

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Crack Repair for CMU Foundations
By Clark Ricks

Concrete block, or CMU is commonly used for basement walls in much of the country. Modern materials have created new options for repairing the cracks that inevitably appear.

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Getting Flat Roofs to Perform
By Dan Calabrese

Standard in commercial construction, flat roofs are also common for residential work in some regions. The key to performance is proper installation, quality materials and a slight pitch.

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