At Dominion Property Restoration Services, we use a variety of commercial coatings products to waterproof parking garages. These products are designed to provide a durable, long-lasting solution to protect the structure from water infiltration. Waterproofing Commercial Properties - Parking Garages Polyurethane Coating One of the most popular products we use is a polyurethane coating. This
Balconies and parking garages are two of the most heavily trafficked areas in commercial buildings. They are exposed to a variety of weather conditions and are subject to heavy foot and vehicle traffic. This constant wear and tear can lead to damage, such as salt intrusion, water damage, and rebar corrosion. To protect these areas,
Dominion understands that property management companies, property managers, and property owners have a lot on their plate when it comes to building maintenance and repairs. We know your time is valuable and we respect that. We work with property management companies, large and small, in the metro Washington, DC area including Alexandria, Fairfax, Arlington, Tysons
Long term protection of a reinforced concrete building façade, parking deck and parking garage is difficult to achieve in most cases of deterioration by patch repair alone. Patch repair will at best provide a “band-aid” with future repairs being required in adjacent areas and at a higher future cost. It is for that reason that
7 Ways to Identify a Water Leak Before it Becomes Catastrophic All buildings are built with waterproofing measures installed. These measures can last for years, but at some point, waterproofing systems begin to wear out, allowing water to leak into both obvious and inconspicuous spaces. Watching for the beginning signs of an
Winter Weather Takes a Toll on Parking Decks! Restore Vehicular Structures for Safety and Longevity. Parking structures are often part of daily life when living in a metropolitan area and are utilized by all sizes of vehicles and pedestrians, but weather, water, traffic, and age can wear on these structures – reducing their safety.