DESERT CRETE IS THE ONLY PEDESTRIAN TRAFFIC COATING THAT MEETS THE
2010 CALIFORNIA BUILDING CODE & CALIFORNIA RESIDENTIAL CODE AND THE 2012 INTERNATIONAL RESIDENCE CODE AND INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE
“AWS Consultants has known Bill Leys and his company for many years. We are aware that they have a top quality reputation for waterproofing and decking installations. Bill is one of the most technically knowledgeable contractors we know and trust.” Carl Brown, RCI, RRO AWS Consultants Inc” November 16, 2011
Central Coast Waterproofing’s main focus is on the maintenance and repairs to Desert Crete and Desert Flex traffic coatings/waterproof deck coatings that we have installed over the last 12 years. These coatings have the backing of a manufacturer that’s been around since 1928, Hill Brother Chemical Company. Their Magnesite decking was the first coating to go on balconies, decks, stairs and walkways and can be found in use today in architectural designs. Today, Hill Brothers Desert Crete is one of the premier water proof coatings on the market.
I have installed a lot of Desert Crete in the last 10+ years and we don’t have warranty issues. Roof decks, walkways, balconies and stairs all benefit by having Desert Crete on them.
please contact me at 805-801-2380 for repairs, maintenance and warranty inspections of your Desert Crete or Desert Flex deck system. Need a new deck? General contractors should contact me to discuss my working as an employee of yours, installing the system for a piece rate price.
Desert Crete, for use on plywood decks, is ICC-ES code approved for One Hour and Class A fire resistance. Why are fire resistant ratings important? Because code requires fire resistant materials be used on almost all dwellings in California. Beware! Some of our competitors don’t use ICC-ES approved materials. Walkways, stairs and roof decks need fire resistance to allow residents to escape from a burning building and resist burning brands thrown out by wildfire.
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