Masonry Protection

Waterproof Protection for the outside. ‘All because of water’

There are many mechanisms that can cause damage to buildings and many of the them are related directly or indirectly to the absorption of water.

For example, when moisture is absorbed by a building material, pollutants are also absorbed. In a dissolved form, salts are transported into the building materials, pollutants in the air are taken up by the rain (acid rain) and also transported into the brick or stonework façade.

Water repelling treatments are the only answer for many the problems that cause the damage.
With the Evolved Supplies Façade Cream, which contains Funcosil hydrophobic agents, you can save your bricks or stonework from damage and from losing valuable heat energy as well.

Treatment with a water repellent impregnation agent reduces absorption of water on facades that are directly exposed to weather. However, because the pores remain open with this treatment, the building can still ‘breathe’, i.e. its water vapour permeability is not impaired.

As dry building materials insulate better than wet materials, treatment with a water repellent agent both protects the structure and provides additional energy saving potential. By keeping the water away, or allowing a wet façade to dry out, the building material will maintain its original, low thermal conductivity value or the value will be restored.

Main Features

  • Keeps the masonry dry & prevents frost damage.
  • Clear, does not leave a film or alter the appearance.
  • Protects the façade from aggressive pollutants.
  • Vapour Permeable, the wall can dry out and ‘breathe’.
  • Waterproof, even against driving rain.

For more details, please contact us on

01691 707 100

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