Class A Fire Rated Systems

October 20, 2017

Have you decided to get your deck resurfaced? Do you have a deck already and are simply in need of a new waterproof coat? When looking for deck waterproofing contractors, be sure to do your research as they are not all alike. If you want to make sure your deck is getting the best treatment, than be sure to hire a company that uses quality products. Read on to learn more about the importance of using waterproof and fireproofing products.

Deck Flex offers quality and ICC-ES approved products to their customers. Products include deck waterproofing systems as well as products to meet your speciality coating needs such as protection from fire. If you need to get your deck waterproofed, ask your contractor about the Deck Flex W.M. Waterproofing System. This product is perfect for both plywood decks as well as roof coverings. With it’s Class “A” Fire rating, it means it offers the greatest resistance to flames in the event of a fire. This means that in the event of a fire, it would take a longer amount of time for the flames to do damage to your deck, which means by the time the fire department comes, your deck will likely not have too much damage.

Additionally, this product also offers other benefits such as offering a sealant that fully waterproofs the surface of your deck. The sealant is also weather resistant and even impact resistant meaning it can hold up against scratches and scuffs due to regular traffic. The sealant is also easy to maintain and offers proven protection that lasts! The Deck Flex W.M. Waterproofing System is recommended for use on plywood surfaces and decks, wood decks, patio decks, walking decks, plaza areas and more. If you’re looking to get your deck waterproofed, ask about waterproof and fireproof products today.

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