Deco Seal Waterproof Membrane 5 gal. (Shipping Incl) Waterproofing, Basement Waterproofing, Concrete Waterproofing, Basement Sealer, ICF Protection, Foundation Coating, Wet Basement, Building Material, Above and Below Grade, UV Resistant, Deco Sealers

Deco Seal Waterproof Membrane 5 gal. (Shipping Incl) (DS5)

4.92 stars, based on 12 reviews
Deco Seal is a 100% water-based acrylic membrane designed to waterproof and protect concrete foundation walls from hydrostatic water pressure. These can be, Poured, ICF, Precast, or Block (parged/non-parged) foundation walls. *IMPORTANT* Deco Seal...
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Needs directions on the container.

Applied 6 years ago!

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I applied this product 6 years ago, and still glad I did! As a DIY person, it was an easy application process, and the gray waterproof sealer looks so much better than a tar based membrane. So glad I found this product!

Maryland

Bone Dry - Very Impressed!

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I used this on the exterior of the block walls on my son's workshop above and below grade and the basement level is bone dry. Very impressed. I'm hopeful it will work as well controlling the moisture and mold in the basement level of my existing workshop when i spray the interior of the block walls. Thanks in advance for a great product.

Deco 20

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I used this product today easy to use looks great. The company is there for you if you have questions or concerns. They answered all my questions put me at ease. I wish more companies were as good as this one for customer service.

Peoria, IL

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We bought an older home this spring and unfortunately I am seeing water on my downstairs interior wall. The previous owner put some kind of white paint on the wall probably Drylok but it's peeling off. I did some internet work and called several companies. I have to say dealing with Mark was very informative. He must have spend 45 minutes on my first call to him. I ended up doing most of this project myself. I hired an excavator to take the dirt away from the outside wall. I scraped the dirt of the block, cleaned it with wet rags then applied two different Deco coatings. The first was TAC which rolled on easily then it turned clear and sticky. I rolled on two coats of Seal the gray color. It was easy to apply their product. I really like that I could paint their product over the block that was exposed. Looks so so much nicer. I had a friend help me install a new drain system. It's been almost two months now and my inside wall is dry. This product saved me alot of money doing it myself. The one basement co. wanted over $9000...what a joke. Thanks again Mark!!

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