Based in Orange County CA. We offer affordable decking and waterproofing solutions for residential and commercial sites. ABC Waterproofing has become one of the largest qualified decking and waterproofing companies in California, on average, ABC Waterproofing completes over 200 major decking and waterproofing projects per year. We specialize in decking and waterproofing projects and are highly qualified in the installation of all major decking and waterproofing systems.

Step 1: Where to Begin

A decking and waterproofing system can be complicated, the success of which depends on the quality of installation and overall construction. There are many ways to start your search for the decking and waterproofing contractor who meets your individual needs. Here at ABC Waterproofing, we pride ourselves in bringing you the knowledge base and price base that best meets your needs.

Step 2: Meeting and Evaluating Potential Contractors
After you have compiled a list of possible decking and waterproofing contractors, take time to evaluate each one carefully. A professional contractor will be happy to provide any information you might require. License information and insurance is a MUST.

Step 3: Utilizing the Product Knowledge
Your contractor should have up-to-date knowledge on quality products for your project. He or she is the best source of information, but you should play an active role in the product selection process. Selecting the best products is as important to your job as selecting the right contractor.

Step 4: Consider Enhancements
Whether you’re repairing a portion of your deck or replacing it entirely, now is the time to consider related projects. When done in conjunction with a decking and waterproofing project, all of these enhancements are more convenient and less expensive.

Step 5: Sit Back and Relax
A little well-planned research up front will undoubtedly save you a lot of time and trouble later on. Once you feel confident that you have the best contractor, the best products, the best value – simply relax and let your contractor do his job. Do, however, monitor the progress of your project to be certain your contractor lives up to his superior reputation.