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Henry

Model HE101571

Internet #100003547

Store SKU #117820

101 4.75 Gal. Unfibered Foundation Coat

$54.00 /each

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Henry 101 non-fibered foundation coating is a cold applied, non-fibrated, liquid asphalt in a solvent system ideal for damp proofing above and below grade exterior concrete and masonry walls and foundations that are thoroughly dry. Not to be sold in southern California. This coating will help greatly increase the life of your home by protecting the foundation.

California residents: see   Proposition 65 information

  • Non-fibered asphalt coating provides weather-resistant film barrier
  • Designed to dam proof above and below grade, exterior concrete and masonry walls and foundations
  • Apply with 3-knot brush or heavy-duty spray equipment (sold separately)
  • Covers 100 sq. ft. per gallon

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Applied to concrete block wall?

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January 26, 2016
I'm looking to raise the soil level around my house by 1' and need something to water proof so the moisture won't get into the block. Can this be applied directly to the block or do I need to spread cement over the block first? Upon research and other products say to spread a thin later of portland cement over the block before applying. Also, will this product bend and stretch with hairline cracks? Lastly, what's the consistency of the product? Is it like water or more like a tar? Thanks!
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April 12, 2016
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You can, and in my opinion should, apply this directly to the block wall. Portland if the wall isn't preped right will peel and crack with cold weather. With this you merely have to rinse and scrub the wall with a stiff broom then rinse and let dry thoroughly.
The product is more a tar consistency, a bit thicker than driveway sealer. It is a little flexible when dry and can handle existing hairlines. Read More
You can, and in my opinion should, apply this directly to the block wall. Portland if the wall isn't preped right will peel and crack with cold weather. With this you merely have to rinse and scrub the wall with a stiff broom then rinse and let dry thoroughly.
The product is more a tar consistency, a bit thicker than driveway sealer. It is a little flexible when dry and can handle existing hairlines. If you have a deep concern you can put roofing caulk in the hairlines and then apply the product over the top. Apply the product right up to the siding for a uniform look and full protection of the foundation. Read Less
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February 4, 2016
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You can apply this directly to block, but you may have to apply more depending on how porous the block is. The thin layer of cement can sometimes help with coverage rates. The product can stretch with hairline cracks to a certain degree. It's like a thick paint, so kind of in between water and tar consistency. This product damp proofs-not waterproofs. You mentioned waterproof, so there are 2 other Read More
You can apply this directly to block, but you may have to apply more depending on how porous the block is. The thin layer of cement can sometimes help with coverage rates. The product can stretch with hairline cracks to a certain degree. It's like a thick paint, so kind of in between water and tar consistency. This product damp proofs-not waterproofs. You mentioned waterproof, so there are 2 other products that I would recommend to get you waterproofed. First one would be our WP200 Blueskin membrane. This is a self-adhering membrane (peel-n-stick) that has a rubberized tar used to adhere to block wall and a polyethylene film that seals your house. This stuff has great flexibility when your house moves/shifts. Also, this is a much cleaner way to do it-no tar getting on you and much easier to clean up. The second option is our Henry 787 Elastomeric Fluid-Applied Waterproofing Membrane. This is similar to the Henry 101, but is rubberized, so will move more when your house moves/shifts and this actually waterproofs (no fabric/polyethylene film needed) where the Henry 101 damp proofs unless you add fabric and polyethylene film. For more info, please check out www.henry.com or contact our product support at 800-486-1278. Read Less
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January 26, 2016
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Hi Rick12.
Thank you for your great question.
Yes this product can be applied directly to your block wall.
The application of the Portland Cement is meant to reduce the surface area since the block is very porous and would absorb more of the Henry’s Coating. Or you could just apply a second coating of the Henry Non-Fibered Foundation Coating.
This coating goes on more like a thick paint, thus the Read More
Hi Rick12.
Thank you for your great question.
Yes this product can be applied directly to your block wall.
The application of the Portland Cement is meant to reduce the surface area since the block is very porous and would absorb more of the Henry’s Coating. Or you could just apply a second coating of the Henry Non-Fibered Foundation Coating.
This coating goes on more like a thick paint, thus the recommendation of a 3 knot brush for application or a Heavy Duty Sprayer.
If you live in California, you would want to use the Henry Asphalt Emulsion 107 instead, which will comply with California Proposition 65 regulations.
According to the description provided by the manufacturer, the Henry Asphalt Emulsion 107 will not crack, run or sag in extreme weather conditions and is resistant to most corrosive sprays.
For extra protection, you may want to use a water proof membrane over your Henry’s coating.
Please let us know if we can be of further assistance.
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What happens if this product is used in the interior of the basement walls?

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January 21, 2016
Will the odor be toxic for resident? Is this going to create other problems?
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April 25, 2016
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I'm worried! We already used this on a garage floor that is going to be converted to a living space. It has been only a few days and the odor is strong and I know that it is not fully cured. However, how do I get this off now and if I cannot get it off, what can I seal it with so that it does not continue to give off odor?
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February 4, 2016
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Not recommended for indoor use. First, it has a strong odor. Second, applying this on the inside won't solve your problem. It will just put a band aid on it. Water can still get thru your walls and will push against the coating and break it down. It's best to tackle this project from the outside. An easier option, would be using our WP200 Blueskin Waterproofing Membrane. You still have to dig on the Read More
Not recommended for indoor use. First, it has a strong odor. Second, applying this on the inside won't solve your problem. It will just put a band aid on it. Water can still get thru your walls and will push against the coating and break it down. It's best to tackle this project from the outside. An easier option, would be using our WP200 Blueskin Waterproofing Membrane. You still have to dig on the outside, but instead of brushing on coating and making a mess, this is a peel-n-stick way to water proof your basement. For more info, check out www.henry.com or contact our product support at 800-486-1278. Read Less
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January 21, 2016
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Hi CuriousPerson,
Do Not Use this product indoors, it is rated for Exterior Use Only! It has a toxic odor which will take a long time to dissipate.
Mike
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Coverage for concrete block walls???

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I have raw, concrete block foundation....want to use this before back filling....trying to plan number of buckets/cost. How to apply...Brush or whatever else is recommended. Area is 8 ft high and foundation is 24'x32'....a little less if I only use coating below grade.
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The product says 100 sq ft per gallon, figure on 80. You have 24x8x2 or about 430 sq ft plus 32x8x2 or 580 sq ft for a total coverage area of about 1000 sq feet. Looks like about 13 gallons or 3 buckets is about what you need. You don't want to run out mid-wall or try and stretch it, get it on in 1 continuous coating. Coat right up to the siding, protect all the masonry surfaces.
Pre coating rinse the Read More
The product says 100 sq ft per gallon, figure on 80. You have 24x8x2 or about 430 sq ft plus 32x8x2 or 580 sq ft for a total coverage area of about 1000 sq feet. Looks like about 13 gallons or 3 buckets is about what you need. You don't want to run out mid-wall or try and stretch it, get it on in 1 continuous coating. Coat right up to the siding, protect all the masonry surfaces.
Pre coating rinse the wall down and scrub it with a bristled push broom to pull out any dirt and loose particles from the blocks, rinse it down again and let it dry thoroughly, at least 2 days. If its going to rain protect it with plastic and pull the plastic away when its not going to rain.
Use a 3 tuft roofing brush, slather it on and don't try to make it too thin, you want it nice and coated but not runny thick. The dry wall will suck in the thinned material and really lock in the pores. Make it nice and waterproof so it doesn't chill, crack, and heave.
I'd put at least 2" of EPS foam against the coating when dry before you backfill, keep the cold away from the wall and it will pay back with lower heating bills in under 3 years for the extra material. Your basement will be dry and warm. Read Less
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March 14, 2016
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It will range from 50-66 sq ft/per gallon. You can apply by brush or heavy duty spray equipment. Another product you could use in lieu of the Henry 101 would be our Henry WP200 Blueskin Self-Adhering Waterproofing Membrane. This is a peel-n-stick membrane that will waterproof your foundation. It's easy to apply, less messy, easier to clean up, and you don't have to wait for the product to cure (backfill Read More
It will range from 50-66 sq ft/per gallon. You can apply by brush or heavy duty spray equipment. Another product you could use in lieu of the Henry 101 would be our Henry WP200 Blueskin Self-Adhering Waterproofing Membrane. This is a peel-n-stick membrane that will waterproof your foundation. It's easy to apply, less messy, easier to clean up, and you don't have to wait for the product to cure (backfill right away). For more info, please check out www.henry.com or contact our product support at 800-486-1278. Read Less
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August 24, 2016
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Frank-This is not a roof coating. This is a foundation damp proof coating for use on concrete and masonry walls. Please let us know if you have any additional questions or you can email me directly at sschoup@henry.com for more assistance. Thank you for putting your trust in the Henry Company and The Home Depot.
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Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 13 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great product. Product went on with ease. We used a regular 18 inch paint roller. Covered well. August 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by The permit required a sealed foundation The building permit required a sealed foundation and this was easy to install and definitely did the job. November 11, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Product I just used this to coat my foundation. after 50 years the original coating was no more. I mixed it thoroughly but it didn't change the consistence... it appeared it never separated. on the can it says not to apply if rain is threatening within 24 hours. I could not find a drying time on it. it took roughly 2-4 hours to become tacky and about 6-8 hours before it was dry. I Let it sit overnight anyway until I started the back fill September 4, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by ARCH This Henry Unfibered Foundation Coat, is a great material for water proofing. Easy to applied, with a hand brush, it adhered to the concrete walls very good. When dry it leave a smooth finish and none sticky. I applied this materials five feet below ground, to seal water from entering my basement. I'll recommended this product to all. BR December 9, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good product Is work great and have all the eficience that we need for a job October 20, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by foundation coat Henry non fibered foundation coat works really well. It was easy to use and was not clumpy. August 19, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Water watch out I used this product on two different block foundations that were leaking for years. We dug up the out side and hand applied with a brush. Works like a charm. Put in sun or warm place to make loose or cold if you need a thick application . August 25, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great product - easy to use Due to schedules I decided to coat my foundation with this rather than wait on the waterproofing sub's schedule. It was about 25 deg F and this still went on good. As it got cold it congealed and became more difficult so try and keep it warm. WARNING* it doesn't cover 100 sq ft per gallon as web site states! You can zoom in on the picture of the bucket and see it claimed to take 1.5 - 2 gallons per 100 sq ft. It took me about twice as much as originally estimated. I just used a paint roller and it went pretty fast while it was warm. I also found a tar and asphalt remover at the "L" store by Black Jack that was amazing at cleaning it off skin & clothes. December 27, 2013
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