Benefits Of Desert Crete Products

April 20, 2016

Homeowners with outdoor decks know the importance of getting your deck waterproofed. In fact, one of the easiest ways to get your deck damaged is by not getting it waterproofed. If you are looking to get your deck waterproofed, consider using Desert Crete products. Here are the benefits of Desert Crete Products when waterproofing your deck. 

Desert Crete is a durable substance that is manufactured by Hill Brothers Chemical Company.  This product not only keeps your deck waterproofed, but its durable substance also protects your deck from heavy traffic and prevents cracks from forming. Eventually, even the smallest cracks can grow and down the line, it can weaken the integrity of your deck. What makes Desert Crete so unique is that is consists of a metal lathe that is then concealed by another layer of polymer-modified cement. Once that dries, another layer of a cement-type product is applied over the already laid fiberglass. After all of these layers, there is a final layer that is placed on top which can be finished in a variety of designs, colors, and styles that work for you. All of these layers is what makes your deck waterproof and resistant to wear and tear. 

As mentioned, the benefits of Desert Crete are plenty. If you are looking for something other than a plain slab of cement, Desert Crete is just for you. Are you thinking of having a finish that looks like brick? Or how about stone? This versatile product can be finished to look just like a brick, stone, or other options all at an affordable price. Not only can the look be adjusted, but the color and texture can be changed too! If you are thinking of getting your deck waterproofed or you simply want to change up the style of your deck, Desert Crete product is the best for you. 

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