The cracked or loose parging is first chipped away with a chisel. The area is then brushed down and hosed off to clear out any remaining dust or debris. Finally, new parging is added to the clean surface.
Parging is the coating applied to the visible above-grade portion of your home’s foundation walls. It’s applied to both poured-concrete and concrete-block foundations to hide surface imperfections but it has additional utility beyond being a decorative or aesthetic solution. It can also help protect against cracks and leaks resulting from weather damage.
Parging is a common aesthetic solution to cover up surface imperfections on the visible portion of your home’s foundation walls. However, it’s also a functional barrier to protect against cracks and leaks caused by weather damage.
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