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Over 15 years of construction and balcony waterproofing experience, which gives us an insider’s perspective on your roof.

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Exquisite attention to detail, including ventilation and insulation.

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A full range of services, including balcony waterproofing, flat roofing, metal roofs, re-roofing, slate, tile, chimney caps and new construction.

How much does balcony waterproofing cost?

Every balcony is different. Your estimate will depend on the size of the project, as well as the difficulty of the project. The costs vary from a couple of hundred dollars to thousands of dollars. If you’d like a more precise answer, please call us for a free quote!

How does waterproofing work?

There are several methods of waterproofing used in the industry today. However, our process is one of the simplest and most cost-effective. It begins with a self-adhered, fiberglass reinforced base sheet which is installed on the flat area of the balcony and runs six to eight inches up the walls of the area we’re waterproofing.

Next, we install stainless steel flashing on the inside perimeter of the balcony with stainless steel ring shanked nails holding it down every ten feet. All access doors are then set into a door pan to prevent water from blowing under the door assembly, where it could damage wood or other flooring. Each door pan is custom fabricated from either galvanized stainless steel or copper material and hand soldered to prevent leaks. Each joint is then hand soldered along with the nail heads on the floor to prevent leaks and then soldered to the door pan.

The balcony or porch is now dried in and construction can continue with minimal risk of damage by the other trades.

Upon completion of stucco, masonry, and paint application, we clean the area, apply an asphalt primer on all the exposed stainless steel flashing. A modified bitumen adhesive is then spread over the base sheet and flashing. Then, we install a granulated cap sheet with a stainless steel drip edge. There are several colors to choose from. We can also install a decorative tile or wood overlay. In some cases, we’ll also add scuppers to drain water from the balcony.

What makes your balcony waterproofing service the best?

Every member of our team is a qualified, experienced construction worker with years of experience. The background of our builders allows us to provide a high-end service and balcony waterproofing solutions. Our team is also full of roofing professionals who understand the ways the balcony and the roof will interact.

Clients speak about us

Acadian Roofing
Beautifully done.
Acadian did a great job with our balcony waterproofing project.
Written by: Brian T.
Date Published: 10/29/2016

We were getting leaks in our living room every time it rained. We thought it was the roof but Acadian explained it was the balcony. They stuck to their quote, got the job done fast, and now we enjoy both a better balcony and a leak-free living room.

Acadian Roofing
A must-have service for any multi-family dwelling.
If you’re a property manager you should trust Acadian.
Written by: Rowan B.
Date Published: 10/29/2016

I’ve been using Acadian for balcony waterproofing for a long time. They keep my apartment complexes safe and dry.

Acadian Roofing, LLC

12726 Memorial Dr Houston, TX 77024

Phone: 713-463-7663

E-mail: young@acadianroofing.net

Mon-Sat: 8AM to 5PM

Sunday: Emergency

Acadian Roofing, LLC

2929 Allen Parkway, Suite 200 Houston, TX 77019

Phone: 713-463-7663

E-mail: young@acadianroofing.net

Mon-Sat: 8AM to 5PM

Sunday: Emergency

Acadian Roofing, LLC

1499 N. Post Oak Rd., Suite 123 Houston, TX 77055

Phone: 713-463-7663

E-mail: young@acadianroofing.net

Mon-Sat: 8AM to 5PM

Sunday: Emergency

    Why is balcony waterproofing important?

  • November 04, 2016

    In new construction, balcony waterproofing is required to prevent water from penetrating the plywood substrate and entering the living space below. It’s most often done on Juliet balconies, 1st and 2nd story covered porches, and over front doors with architectural features. In multi-story house designs it’s especially important, since rooftop balconies can extend over multiple floors of living space.

    Poor balcony waterproofing can also play a role in balcony collapse, which means it’s a safety issue which should not be ignored.

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