Homeowners are well aware of the importance of waterproofing their homes and keeping the exteriors protected from the onslaught of rainwater and melting snow. Waterproofing is also necessary for detecting and removing dry rot, mold, and mildew. If your existing patio is built out of wood, you would want to be extra cautious of the possibility of structural damage.
Wood and Concrete Decks are Susceptible to Structural Damage
Before initiating any construction project, we conduct a detailed inspection of the existing site or the area where you hope to develop into outdoor spaces for the family. Accordingly, our experts suggest repairing the structure and conducting extensive waterproofing before new deck installation can begin. Even if you have a concrete structure, you would want to be watchful of cracks, mold, mildew, and damage from the sun’s harmful UV rays. Treating these spaces provides an added layer of protection to the interiors of your home.
Waterproofing House or Garage Roofs
The expert architects at Chicago Roof Deck and Garden have the expertise needed to detect signs of damage from water seepage. Whether you intend to build up the area above the garage or construct a standalone deck, we’ll ensure that the base is sturdy and capable of supporting the weight of the structure and activity you might organize on it. If needed, an extra layer of concrete can be installed to strengthen the deck, or tuckpointing can be done to repair cracks and breaks.
Any project we undertake is executed with careful regard for the client’s needs and ensuring the durability and long-term aesthetic appeal of the finished project.