At Keystone Foundation Repair we use Mar-flex’s proven waterproofing membranes, Mar-flex 5000 and Quick Seal, along with Mar-flex Shockwave board to provide unequal waterproofing capabilities. Mar-flex developed its multi-step system of products to protect poured foundation walls.
Commercial application warranties require prior approval and are given up to 5yrs.
|Level||Membrane +||Board =||Warranty|
|Standard||Mar-flex 5000||None||15 Years|
|Bronze||Mar-flex 5000||Geo-Mat Plus
3/4″ Drain & Dry
|Silver||Mar-flex 5000||1″ Shockwave
1 3/16″ Drain & Dry
|Gold||Mar-flex 5000||2″ Shockwave
2 3/8″ Drain & Dry
The ICC Evaluation Service, Inc. (ICC-ES) issued evaluation report ESR-3062 for Mar-flex 5000 and Quick Seal Waterproofing Membranes. The membranes comply with 2006 International Building Code and 2006 International Residential Code, or are suitable alternatives to the specified codes.
Highly specialized, this heavy duty elastomeric waterproofing membrane may be applied to any foundation wall. This special membrane formulation sprays easily and produces a flexible seamless seal that resists freeze thaw cycles. Homeowners will not have to put up with damp and wet basements.
Quick Seal is an affordable waterproofing membrane that seals the poured concrete foundation walls and stops seeping of any water. Quick Seal is a modified polymer emulsion membrane. It is versatile enough to be applied to any foundation wall. It is a tremendous value and easily beats the competing solutions. In recent tests Quick Seal held up to the highest quality and most expensive membranes from one of the industry’s top waterproofing companies. The competitions premium solution performed adequately but QuickSeal (Mar-flex’s value system) outperformed the competitions best products in performance and price.
We Use Azo Grout Products
Azo-Grout 424 is a versatile water cut-off product. It solves the majority of water challenges. It is a hydrophobic polyurethane that forms a flexible and resilient foam when reacted with water. Azo-Grout 424 is approved for use in potable water situations.
Municipal and utility facilities:
Underground parking garages
Concrete dams and powerhouse galleys