videos take a little time to load. Please have patience. (We shot
them in Hi-Res so you have a better learning experience.)
MWPD/FACTOID: Another innovation of our vinyl waterproof deck skins is the way in which we adhere the deck skins to your roof drains. (Most smaller elevated decks don't actaully have flor drains, but, for those who do, we represent the best of the breed in waterproofing your deck!)
In the video Grant Barlow will show you exactly how our proprietary, welded in place, drain assembly with PVC coated metal flashing protects your home against damage. It's NOT as boring as it sounds. Actually, it's very interesting and educational. It may even give you a thought or two about incorporating deck drains if you're still in the design phase of your deck, balcony or porch project.
WATCH THIS SHORT VIDEO
ON HOW WE HANDLE ROOFTOP DRAINS
WHEN INSTALLING OUR
VINYL WATERPROOF DECK SKINS!
In this short
video Grant Barlow shows you some of the true innovations in elevated (eg 2nd floor and up) deck, balcony and porch drain systems. He talks about where the best place to locate drains is, and why it matters.
This is a photograph of the largest deck drain system we've ever seen. Our waterproof deck skins can handle this amount of water day and day out without ever compromising the space around or below this deck. And we're the only folks that guarantee against exactly this kind of leakage for thirty years! Grant discusses deck drainage options and installation secrets in the video that will be more individual homeowner friendly!
HERE ARE TOPICS COVERED IN THIS VIDEO:
• Some rooftop decks have many drains - not a problem whatsoever.
• We use a special-purpose drain assembly that fuses with the vinyl deck skins covering.
• Clamping rings and PVC coatings and why they're important.
• Solid wall water barriers on the perimeter of your deck and what we do with them.
• Cutting water overflow ports through your deck's walls or curbs. Why?
• Designing where the overflow ends up so you know when something is wrong!
• Clearing the leaves away from floor drains in the fall.