Properties can be vulnerable to damage from weather changes, especially if you’re living in Oklahoma. Icy winters, heavy downpours, high winds, and temperature changes can affect the structures of buildings, which is why it’s essential to use strong, reliable materials.

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Long-term problems with masonry often go undetected until a sudden failure occurs. The natural deterioration of structures due to time-related effects of weather and environmental conditions, as well as water infiltration, are key contributors to these types of failures.

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A common issue in buildings is water infiltration and deterioration of structural components below ground. Problems below the ground aren’t easily spotted in the early stages. The building’s foundation plays a vital part in maintaining structural integrity and expanding longevity.

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As time goes on, architectural buildings become deteriorated, cracked, and stained, simply due to weather exposure. JK Industries, Inc. offers full-service commercial waterproofing, restoration, and specialty coatings to help maintain your structure’s appearance and integrity. Waterproofing is a crucial element in allowing buildings to withstand the test of time.

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Old concrete can be an issue, but you don’t always have to replace it. Instead, you can resurface it. Resurfacing is a great option to make damaged or dated concrete look new. It involves a concrete coating being poured over the old surface and can be done to driveways, parking lots, patios, and more.

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Cleaning the exterior of commercial and residential buildings is crucial in routine maintenance. It has many benefits, and there are different ways to go about cleaning the building, the most common being pressure washing.

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Concrete is one of the strongest building materials that exist, but that doesn’t make it indestructible. Cracks in concrete happen often and can form due to many different reasons. Sometimes, cracks are completely unavoidable, and just because they are there doesn’t necessarily mean it was installed incorrectly.

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Exterior Insulation and Finish System (EIFS) is essentially comprised of organic polymeric aggregate and cement that is reinforced with glass mesh. It is beneficial by providing exterior walls with an insulated, water-resistant, finished surface.

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If you have a basement, there is a chance you’re going to have water infiltration at some point in time. Water is good at finding the little cracks in concrete and traveling through, causing damage to your basement. Your building’s age can increase the likelihood of water infiltration, especially in response to improper waterproofing. Ignoring signs of water infiltration can not only create further damage, but it can get costly.

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Exterior insulation and finish systems (EIFS) offer consecutive insulation that consists of a water-resistive barrier, drainage plane, insulation board, glass fiber, and both water-resistant and finishing coats. They are becoming more common and can easily be mistaken as concrete. To put it in more straightforward terms, they are exterior covers that provide continuous insulation.

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