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Request for verification of a specific preservation material

Request for verification of a specific preservation material

Request for verification of a specific preservation material

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I am a research assistant working for a client who intends to use a breathable membrane on a Historical Preservation project.  The client asks if anyone knows about or can comment on a specific product designed to go over damp or wet concrete, particularly over building walls and foundations that lack damp coursing, which are subsequently prone to water entrapment and ensuing degradation of structural members.

I have visited their website at www.breathecoatusa.com and have seen info about their material (seems inpressive), but I need to know if any of you have any experience with this technology or the people behind it.

Your reply is greatly appreciated.

Sincerely,

Jack Anjill

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