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Waterproofing Details Can Make All The Difference

Hi there. The Chamberlin Man here.

A project doesn’t have to be large in scale to present challenges that require attention to detail, expertise and teamwork.  In fact, May’s Chamberlin News covers a project that didn’t cover a particularly large amount of square footage but still required the team at Chamberlin Roofing & Waterproofing to employ all its assets.

The details made all the difference at INTEGRIS Baptist Medical Center in Oklahoma City, where Chamberlin installed waterproofing to a split slab condition at the hospital entrance, leaving the area watertight and the medical equipment protected in the basement below.  The project took just two weeks thanks to a little overtime and an effective phasing solution initiated by Chamberlin.

Now, I may have mentioned this a time or two before, but it warrants mentioning again.  Being willing to do MORE has long been one of Chamberlin’s commitments to its clients.  One of the guys who exemplifies this commitment day in and day out is Andy Wharton.  You can learn more about Andy in the Employee Profile.

Last but not least, when you pick up your latest copy of the Chamberlin News, you’ll also want to take a gander at the case study featuring bottom line, real dollar results a school district realized by tackling air leakage as a means to reduce energy bills.  You’ll be amazed at what they were able to reign in.

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Until next time, I'll be seeing you around.