The United States gets all the credit for having the largest amount of expenditures, with over 1, 162 billion U.S dollars spent in the construction market globally.
The construction industry in the US is in constant growth since 2016, and it’s moving even faster than ever before. To be precise, it is expected to reach $1.4 trillion by 2021.Construction contractors and property managers are busy with so many projects, there is no lack of work.
Every construction project is different, as there are various stages that should be tackled to make it a success. That’s where Trinity fits in the whole process. We are known for maintaining the structural integrity of any foundation.
To us, it’s important to keep water out of the property and block all the possible ways it can enter deep into the foundation and cause damage.
During the past 14 years we have faced hundreds of projects and worked with a great number of project managers, architects and construction builders. We are taking on the challenge of adopting and implementing new, evolving technologies in the industry.
Waterproofing processes are handled with care, and all the workers are professionally trained to complete them. The numerous reasons a commercial property needs to be properly waterproofed and sealed have lead building contractors to hire trained experts with a higher degree of vigilance. Any damage to the property is a threat to someone’s livelihood, and that’s not something that should be taken lightly.
Why is waterproofing essential and what are the key benefits for large commercial buildings?
It has to do with the climate in the area that the building is located. For places that experience high annual rainfall and periodic flooding events, waterproofing is a must. After heavy rains, water gets inside the cracks, penetrates the soils, and exerts hydrostatic pressure on the basement floor and walls. As water goes deeper into the ground, it will cause damage to the structure of the building, along with moisture-related problems such as mold, mildew, and decay.
The Pacific Northwest is one of the wettest areas in the world, with some of the most difficult terrains to work with. As a result, we provide builders with a waterproofing service that will hold water out for years to come.
The key benefits of waterproofing a construction property are:
- Protects the structural integrity of the building
- Prevents the growth of destructive mold and mildew
- Prevents metals from rusting and wooden furniture from rot
- Prevents water leakages from the ceiling and walls
- Increases the value of the property
- Reduces humidity inside the building, etc.
It all comes down to what works and what doesn’t, and we, as the men behind the tools, know that. At the end of the day, waterproofing can be more profitable than building the concrete foundation or basement, and finding the right contractor to complete that job is integral to any business out there.