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1: Flat Roofs Are Not Actually Flat That’s right — flat roofs usually aren’t flat. A so-called flat roof may look horizontal but often has a slope Slope and pitch create runoff. Water pools or puddles when there is no slope or pitch, leading to roof damage. You want water...

Rising damp, penetrating damp and condensation are the three most common types of damp for residential properties Causes & effects Damp walls are caused by moisture, which either: Penetrates from the outsideRises into the building structure due to capillary effects.Condenses on walls, particularly in rooms with a lot of air...

Welcome to our blog! We’ll be posting information which we hope will be informative and helpful. Our goal is to be the online resource for matters regarding waterproofing and construction in general. Feel free to ask or comment on our posts. And if you need our...

swimming pool construction in progress While swimming pools are spectacular, especially on a hot month like January, the y can be catastrophic from a waterproofing point of view. Since swimming pools are permanently filled with water, they can leak constantly resulting to immense water loss and...