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What is Thorocoat?

Thorocoat is a protective coating that goes overtop concrete and masonry. It helps with waterproofing, which makes it especially important for outdoor structures. Thorocoat increases the longevity of your stonework, concrete, and stucco, but it also enhances design. This water-based substance even decreases the amount of maintenance your masonry needs!


With Thorocoat, you won’t have to worry about soggy walls during the rainy season or extreme humidity. Thorocoat helps prevent peeling or blistering. Thorocoat event locks in color on your masonry, so it stays looking great for many years. Whatever the weather brings, your concrete and masonry are taken care of!

Do I Need Thorocoat?

Thorocoat is a vital part of stonework. It protects the investment you’ve made in your home improvement project. It also cuts done on the time and money you put into maintenance. Without thorocoat, your beautiful Brooklyn masonry will age more quickly and become damaged more easily.

Worried about how thorocoat will look? Luckily, there are lots of great color options! Thorocoat will look great no matter what style of design you’re looking for. Thorocoat can also take on a variety of textures. Whether you want your stonework to look smooth or coarse, thorocoat can preserve the aesthetic you want. Thorocoat also keeps your stonework looking like new for many years.

Should I Apply Thorocoat Myself?​

Thorocoat helps you avoid many home improvement issues. Some people choose to apply their own Thorocoat. But if you want to make sure it’s done right, you should hire a Brooklyn general contractor that has extensive experience working with Thorocoat

Stop worrying about erosion. If your concrete or masonry needs a Thorocoat application, call Mowla Home Improvement. We want to help you get the most out of your concrete or masonry, and we know that thorocoat is the best way to do it!

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