I first purchased rubberizeit over 5 years ago to protect our house in Louisiana from the flooding.Every year Rita and I would have to dry out carpet and fix damaged drywall from flooding.I removed 12” of siding and replaced it with cement board and waterproofed it with rubberizeit. For five years our house has been dry. I painted my house this year and the rubberizeit I put on five years ago was black I purchased a five of rubberizeit and they were able to tint it to match my house.Thank you Mr Paul
Lloyd & Rita Landry
Pebble Tec Pool & Spa Coating
I I had the opportunity to work the rubberizeit team. They are in Oregon and I am I Texas. I was looking to refresh my pool/spa via high end paint vs a costly re-plaster. Their paint was a perfect solution. I needed 20-25 gallons to get two full coats. Although there was a small snag with my initial order the rubberizeit customer service team jumped into action and handled all my questions and even provided additional paint to resolve the earlier snag with the initial order. Impressed with the product and the company.
After many weeks of research and debate, Rubberizeit was the obvious choice for my 240 gallon African Cichlid tank. This was my first attempt at containing a literal ton of water in my house, and I wasn't going to make it harder with some 2-part epoxy nightmare. After a year and a half, my hardwood floors have not seen a drop of water. I was amazed at the ease of application while building, and still admire it's durability to this day. Needless to say, I have already placed another order for my upcoming 500 gallon build. Thank you for your superior product!
I want to thank you for the development of Rubberizeit Dura-Rubber We purchased this house 10 years ago. One of the features my spouse liked was the fountain at the end of the driveway. The disclosure statement said the fountain leaked. Being an engineer, there is no problem too big. When we filled it and started the pump, the fountain leaked so bad, it was out of water in 3 hours. I contacted the mason who built it, and he said it should be torn down and redone properly. He indicated when the previous owner wanted it made, she wanted it made out of rock, using the concrete driveway for the bottom. He informed her that it would develop cracks and start leaking.