El Niño in California: Why You Need to Waterproof Your Building Now
After El Niño comes, La Niña shows up. According to forecasters, after the powerful climate phenomenon called El Niño developed in the Pacific Ocean last year, we might expect a second wave of crazy weather this year when La Niña shows up. A weather watch is ongoing to monitor the progress of this phenomenon.
The latest reports showed that after El Niño precipitated an enormous amount of rain in the southern part of United States, more unpredictable weather can be expected this winter up until spring next year.
Are you ready for more crazy weather in California?
For starters, you can make sure that your properties are fully protected from water leaks. Be it rain or drought, weather extremes can cause for water to seep in your walls, roofs, windows, doors, and other openings, or for cracks to form when excessive heat causes concrete to swell.
Water accumulation from existing pipe problems can worsen any previously existing problem your building might have, thus causing rot or leaks. The consequences of this can range from mild to a total disaster that could have been preventable.
Waterproofing is the best way to prevent water from getting inside your building. In fact, waterproofing helps protect your properties from potential water damage and extreme weather conditions.
Here are the main benefits of timely weatherproofing:
- Waterproofing to preserve your properties’ value and condition
- It helps to prevent water from seeping inside.
- Waterproofing prevents water damages.
- It helps you save time and money.
How does water destroy properties?
Without a waterproofing system, water can make its way inside your building. It can lead to loss, damages, and expense. Water inside your building can ruin your furniture and appliances. It can also rot wood and rust metal. Water attracts bugs, causes bad odor, and crated mold and mildew. All in all, water leaks can jeopardize the foundation of your building if not prevented.
Unforeseen damages can end up costing thousands of dollars and put your potential earnings at risk. Aside from that, the value of your building might decline. No business, no matter how successful it might be, can afford these unnecessary costs.