Waterproofing

How To Make A Property: Waterproofing Ep 26





Roman goes around waterproofing the basement and calling for a foundation inspection

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19 comments

  1. Fucking music in the beginning is so annoying!!!

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  2. 15,000 basements in the last 20 years………BS! That's 111 basements a month, every month for 20 years straight. Nobody is doing that much work.

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  3. Tar eventually dries,cracks and becomes rather useless. Also,if you can hand river concrete nails into your concrete,the mix is very poor.

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  4. 20,000 in 15 years. That's 3.65 basements every single day, non-stop. I DID the calculations. Plus, I don't believe there would be that many available every day or that you could even get 2 done a day much less 3!!! less we forget the 0.65%. That doesn't even include rainy / bad weather. Sickness or personal situations. I think someone is full of it!!!!

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  5. They didn't actually go to the line. There were a little below it. Why not allow them to spray a little ABOVE it??!!! Just to be sure??!! You can even see where the couldn't make it to the top of the stem wall!!! And you're standing there, not looking at it or saying anything. Oh right, you're interest is where the camera is and that it's on you.

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  6. combine into one video

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  7. How much does this dimple board cost? Is install expensive? What if builder just installs without doing bottom correctly? Not sure if our builder knows exactly how to install this and will probably just put it over the tar. Will that work or help stop any potential leaks….what if only tar is used…he said he has only used this product 1 time and never had any leaking issues…..we see many huge builders(DR Horton, etc) only use tar for waterproofing basements….

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  8. 20,000 in 15 years? That's 5 per day if you only work weekdays

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  9. sloppy everything

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  10. He's punching nails strait through the waterproofing!?!?!

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  11. there was some waterproofing sprayed on the weepingtile

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  12. Excellent!

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  13. Delta

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  14. Do i need selta membrane

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  15. why put tar and water dampening? Tar cracks as a foundation moves. Shouldn't you be water proofing with a polymer base?

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  16. I agree not only that nothing was powerwashed first you have dust dirt gravel your spraying a coat of sealer over a coat of dust and debri thats going to fall off sooner than later. dude water wealing large portions of the sock what a goof

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  17. The worker sprayed tar onto the weeping tile — Is that an issue considering that it may block water from entering the pipe and flowing away?

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  18. Didnt realize how local you were till you said golden horseshoe

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  19. Didnt look like much to me cant believe it doesnt leak

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