Liquid Containment

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The penetration of water into substrates causes considerable damage to the building structure. Waterproofing of buildings and surfaces can be achieved through application of polyurea coating, which is suitable to ensure effective protection/sealing of moisture.

We apply Polyurea lining for protection

One of the main advantages of both polyurea and polyurethane is to protect against water damage. By creating a leak proof barrier, water cannot be absorbed into the underlying surface such as concrete or wood. This prevents rotting, rusting, warping and freeze-crack problems.

Waterproofing Structures

Too often water is allowed to seep through the small crack where the floor meets the wall. Whether rain on a porch or wash water in a factory lunch room, liquid and micro-organisms push under the trim and behind the wall where they fester and can damage the structure or create an unhealthy environment.

P&P Coatings has the solution to create a seamless membrane by attaching chamfer molding and coating the floor and partway up the wall. Two minor seams replace the major one, making it easier to seal the cracks.

Leakage Repairs

The source of leaking and the extent of flooding within the existing structure will indicate which procedures are best suited to repair and prevent further damage. The first step is to repair any cracks, then one of P&P Coatings’ polyurethane or polyurea coatings are professionally applied to the outside, inside or both. These sprayed-on coatings have the strength to form a waterproof barrier and prevent future deterioration.

The best approach, of course, is to seal the foundation and internal walls during the new building process. This ensures a seamless application and prevents unnecessary destruction in the future.


Coatings actually make surfaces stronger against violent weather. When polyurea is applied. For example, to outdoor walls, floors, walkways, signs and other surfaces, it forms a bond that provides a high tensile strength. Therefore, the material stretches to absorb the impact, holding the structure together. An added benefit is energy-saving insulation from cold and heat with the twice as much R-value rating as conventional insulation.