CCI London and Area Chapter
Concrete and brick masonry buildings are a common sight in Canada because of their performance in the Canadian climatic environment. However, because concrete and masonry are porous, trapped water may lead to issues and defects, such as weathering, staining, cracking, and spalling. How can building owners and managers protect their buildings from the damaging effects of water penetration?IRC Manager of Building Sciences @Brian DeFrias, C.E.T., BSS recently explained the science behind elastomeric coatings in a recent publication from The Canadian Condominium Institute - London and Area Chapter. Scroll to page 10 in the article below to check it out.