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What is Waterproofing?
In the trade “waterproofing” encompasses a wide variety of specialty applications of different waterproof products. Ultimately, commercial waterproofing services include the professional installation of waterproofing materials that keeps water out of buildings, garages and parking garages. Whether waterproofing a new or existing structure, regardless if the service need is preventative or reactive, Best Roofing’s comprehensive waterproofing and caulking services keep the water out.

Commercial Waterproofing in South Florida
Serving the South Florida community, Best Roofing helps building owners and property managers tune-up their building envelope system to the region’s volatile climate conditions.  Florida’s weather conditions (extreme heat) can wreck havoc on building systems as the natural moisture within the materials inevitably dries out, causing cracks and material shrinkage.

If you are a manager or owner of a commercial building in the South Florida area, a Best Roofing forensic roofing specialist will visit your site and provide and intensive inspection of your unique building system. Accordingly, a detailed plan will be customized to the needs of the building envelope and the specific maintenance budget.

Waterproofing Total Building Envelopes — Not Just Commercial Roofing
The waterproofing of a building system extends beyond simply the roofing system. Best Roofing’s commercial waterproofing expertise extends to below-grade building structures including foundation walls and sub-structures.



This waterproofing protects some of the most important areas of the building. Best Roofing can provide you with several options from the leading major manufacturers. This forms a watertight seal, eliminating water migration and moisture buildup preserving the life of your building.



Parking Decks

The rehabilitation of existing parking decks, especially those with occupied space below, such as roof-top parking, requires specialized knowledge. Typically the existing system has to be removed or neutralized, and a new one applied. The selection of the new system to withstand traffic wear, oils, and rubber residue requires the guidance of a contractor that has experience in the performance of various options under the conditions the particular project presents.

Pedestrian & Specialty Decks

The selection of the correct system for these decks depends upon exposure, traffic patterns, and the aesthetics demanded by the client. Finish choices include the selection of color and various textures including anti-slip surfacing. Non-visible waterproofing systems for these decks include between-slab membranes and under-tile waterproofing.

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