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EIFS (Exterior Insulation and Finishing System)

Exterior insulation and finishing system (EIFS) is a type of building exterior wall cladding system that provides exterior walls with an insulated finished surface and waterproofing in an integrated composite material system.

EPOXY

Self Leveling-Cementitious & Epoxy

Epoxy Floor Coating including Traffic marking

Screed work-Cementitious & Epoxy

Swimming Pool Construction

For Commercial and residential complexes, shopping malls, health clubs, private villas and palaces.

Landscaping

Soft landscaping out of turf, grass, plants, flowers, palm trees etc.

Hard landscaping out of stone paving, rock work, woodwork etc.

Irrigation for landscaping.

Landscaping maintenance.

Water Proofing & Other Water Features

Fountains in pool, rockwork, garden, interiors.

Waterfalls, streams, lazy river, Jacuzzi’s.

Fish ponds, birds baths, ponds.

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EIFS (Exterior Insulation and Finishing System)

Exterior insulation and finishing system (EIFS) is a type of building exterior wall cladding system that provides exterior walls with an insulated finished surface and waterproofing in an integrated composite material system

Advantages of EIFS

  • Superior energy efficiency thanks to insulating qualities that reduce thermal loads on the exterior building walls
  • Lightweight construction
  • Cost-effective installation and maintenance
  • Wide aesthetic latitude that permits installers to sculpt the foam-like material into shapes and patterns.
  • This lightweight cladding can mimic the appearance of many building materials, replacing a variety of other common cladding options, including brick, stone, metal panels and siding, applied over a backup wall.

Maintaining EIFS

  • Any opening, such as door and window frames and the areas around flashings, must be sealed to prevent water from seeping behind the EIFS.
  • Gutters should be kept clean and positioned to drain away from the house.
  • Foam should not extend below grade.
  • Items that penetrate the stucco must be sealed.
  • In other words, no moisture should be able to seep behind the EIFS.