Waterproofing is required on concrete structures to keep moisture out of the installation and protect the structural components of the concrete and embedded reinforcing steel. If the integrity of the concrete is maintained, it can remain impermeable. Waterproofing protects your structure and the assets it contains against moisture, moisture and harmful flooding. While waterproofing systems represent a small fraction of the cost of an overall construction project, if the wrong solution is chosen or installed incorrectly, the remediation costs can be enormous.
Concrete waterproofing is possible using various polishing techniques. Waterproof cement itself is not the best option for providing a waterproofing solution. It would be sufficient to use techniques to improve conventional concrete. And that's just the first reason to keep the foundation dry.
Then there is the small problem of damp and damp basements and low spaces that can generate mold and make indoor spaces underground generally unpleasant. The problem is that typical concrete is not waterproof. Even though it's not cracked (and what concrete isn't cracked?) It will usually keep liquid water out, water vapor can still penetrate quite easily. Keeping drained water away from concrete foundations and preventing it from moving through concrete are essential to a successful structure.
If you're using a waterproofing subcontractor, recognize that good waterproofing materials can be in high demand during peak season. Another waterproofing agent once told me that in one of his jobs the general contractor sent a worker, after applying the waterproofing, to break the ties of form inside a foundation.