Suits Alleges Waterproofer Did Not Apply Proper Mil Thickness of Materials

From The Lousiana Record – 

Suit filed against waterproofing form alleges improper mil thickness allowed  manufacturer to not warranty a job…and they can do that, liquid membranes must be applied to a minimum thickness to work…and more is always better than less!

NEW ORLEANS – A New Orleans condo association is suing a waterproofing company for applying too-thin coats of its product on its building.

1205 St. Charles Condominium Association Inc. filed suit against Advance Waterproofing Co. Inc. and Gregory G. Kempton in the Orleans Parish Civil District Court on Aug. 16.

The plaintiff claims that the defendants failed to complete work on the building in question according to the agreement laid out in their contract.

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