Concrete Floor Sealer
- Basement floors.
I have a townhouse that was built in 01/02. I am in the process of finishing the basement into two rooms, laundry and family. In the laundry I would like to put vinyl tile, and in the family room I
- Help with concrete acid stain & sealer
I have never posted in a forum before so I trust people will tell me if I'm not following the accepted way of doing things. I'm finishing off my new home and have problems with the acid stained con
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Pros: Penetrates up to 6" to stop water, vapors, radon. Strengthens concrete to prevent cracking and spalling. You apply one coat, once in a lifetime.
Cons: You can't buy it in stores.
Recommended? YesI own a home remodeling company and a lot of my clients don't realize the importance of sealing a basement prior to finishing it. The funny thing about moisture, is you don't always see it. Eventually that moisture turns into a heavier flow of water and walls and floors get damaged. Moist and humid air also causes mold growth. The most preventative measure a homeowner can take is to seal their basement before finishing it.
I like the Foundation Armor product for a long list of reasons - I have been using their product for years and love it. You only have to apply one coat, once in a lifetime. No re-application need. It actually creates a barrier below the concrete - whereas most sealers only offer a surface seal. It stops everything harmful to a home and person.
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