Caulking and Sealants

Above-grade waterproofing with caulking and sealants is a structure’s first line of defense against the elements. Caulking and Sealant products used are specifically selected for the protection that is needed.

Building Cleaning

Effective cleaning of masonry on building exteriors is critical for two reasons, it enhances the overall appearance of the building and it removes the source of potentially damaging elements. Building cleaning methods include pressurized applications of water, chemicals, wet aggregate and soda blasting. 

Epoxy Injection

Epoxy Injection is a bonding process used to repair a wide variety of concrete and masonry structures. The material not only fills cracks, but welds them together structurally with an epoxy that is forced through the crack under pressure and forms a bond that is stronger than the concrete itself.

Chemical Grout

Chemical grouts are materials which mix readily with water at the time of application. As such, chemical grout provides good penetration of wet joints, cracks and surrounding soil. Chemical grout reacts with the water to form a waterproof solid, stopping the water that is infiltrating the building or structure.

Concrete Repair and Leveling

Concrete restoration involves everything from the repair of concrete slabs to the replacement of concrete walkways, patios, slabs, walls, etc. We can do the total restoration job to meet your needs. We apply conservation principles and processes for the preservation, restoration or reconstruction of buildings, as appropriate, particularly if they have historical value.

Historical Restoration

We specialize in historical restoration and cleaning which includes the following:

  Patching of stone
  Precasting and relaying of brick and stone
  Paint stripping
  Chemical cleaning

At Strickland Waterproofing, we have a reputation for quality work. When it comes to historical buildings, homes or your home, if it has to be done right it needs to be done by Strickland!

Epoxy & Urethane Floor Coatings

Epoxy and Urethane coatings are often used on floors because of their reputation for toughness and durability from abrasion, heavy traffic and chemicals. Strickland Waterproofing has the experience to tackle any job. Call today and let our experience work for you.

Expansion Joint Systems

Expansion and control joints are incorporated into a structure to accommodate expansion and contraction forces. Restoring expansion joint integrity is essential to the entire structure. Whenever joints are damaged, deteriorated or improperly sealed, eventually expansion joint systems fail to perform their intended mission.


Repointing is the process of replacing deteriorated mortar between masonry units. Once the old mortar is removed mechanically or by hand, fresh mortar is placed into the joint cavity and then the joint is tooled.

Stucco Repair

Most stucco deterioration is the result of water infiltration into the building structure, either through the roof, around chimneys, window and door openings, or excessive ground water or moisture penetrating through, or splashing up from the foundation. Strickland Waterproofing can determine the cause of deterioration and make any necessary repairs to the building before repairing the stucco. Such work is likely to include repairs designed to keep excessive water away from the stucco, such as roof, gutter, downspout and flashing repairs, improving drainage, and redirecting rainwater runoff and splash-back away from the building.


Shotcrete is sprayed concrete or mortar. In the wet mix process all the ingredients, including water, are premixed. The mix is then pumped to the nozzle where compressed air blows it into the substrate. Shotcrete has a wide range of uses – casting new structures, swimming pools, sculpting waterscapes, lining tunnels and ditche, paving slopes and complex shapes such as skateboard parks and earth retaining structures, strengthening and repairing existing structures of all types, providing fireproofing and chemical protection to steel, and construction of tanks, basement walls (underground parking facilities) and any other place that can not be formed and poured. The use of shotcrete to build new concrete structures as well as to restore and repair existing structures is well known and documented. 

Pigeon Proofing

Pigeon droppings are acidic and cause damage to buildings, and also to lawns and shrubberies. Nest material, droppings and feathers can clog gutters, drains and air vents. Pigeon proofing buildings is the most effective way to reduce or eliminate pigeons and should be the first method of control.

Strickland Waterproofing has built up a strong reputation over a number of years of offering efficient, cost effective solutions to prevent birds from perching and roosting. One option is installing porcupine strips. These keep pigeons away from balustrades, mouldings, gutters, metal beams, show cases, air conditions, ventilation systems and similar equipment. Porcupine strips can be attached to material such as stone, metal or wood. Another option is the use of netting, which is the most efficient and effective method to prevent birds from entering parking garages, airline hangers, warehouses, loading docks, attics, eves, courtyards and other exposed enclosures. Netting is manufactured from knotted polyethylene twine, is flame resistant, and very strong. When installed, netting is virtually invisible. Stirckland Waterproofing has the expertise and experience to get rid of your pigeon problem. Let us help you protect your structure from future pigeon damage. Request a quote.

Parking Deck Restoration

Parking garages are significant investments that require care and maintenance. Each Parking garage is an integration of components functioning together as one. All systems must be in good repair in order to maximize the life of the structure. Restoration and waterproofing are key elements to extending the life of parking decks and parking garages. 

Elastomeric Coatings

Elastomeric coating is a thick, rubberized paint product relatively high in acrylic content. Generally water-based, it creates a waterproof membrane between stucco or masonry substrate and outside elements. With 300% elasticity, this coating can bridge cracks up to 1/8″ wide when applied properly.

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