Basement and underground tanking

To protect your below ground structure from water damage you need to waterproof it. Waterproofing of below ground areas, also known as tanking, is one of the most important areas of a building to be waterproofed as this is the foundation on which your building stands. It can also be one of the most costly…

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Bathroom and wet-room waterproofing

Waterproofing is the process of applying a waterproof barrier around an area that is likely to get wet such as bathrooms, laundries and balconies. This prevents moisture from seeping through and damaging the underlying structure of the building. Bathrooms and other wet areas are a major concern for property owners when water starts leaking in…

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Concrete slip resistant coatings

Concrete can become slippery when wet, applying slip resistant coatings to these areas is ideal. It may be a footpath outside, a deck or steps, a wet area such as around a swimming pool, a bathroom or changing room area. Anywhere we can apply a slip resistant coating to prevent people from slipping over.

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Waterproofing/resurfacing for concrete walls, floors, sills and outdoor areas

Concrete should always be sealed/waterproofed if the area is to be lived in, worked in or used for storage.  Concrete areas that contain water, such as planter boxes, fish ponds, water tanks should also be waterproofed. Ideally waterproofing should be done at the time of construction but it can be done remedially, often through applying…

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Decks, internal gutters, podiums, roofs and sill waterproofing

We install waterproofing membranes for new structures and repair or replace existing membranes. There are various different membrane options for the waterproofing of decks, internal gutters, podiums, roofs, and window/door sills. Types of membranes we use and recommend are: Torch-on TPO (ThermoPlastic Polyolefin) Liquid products   Waterproofing is an essential part of the building process….

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