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Waterproofing

Building under construction For roofs, swimming pools, concrete tanks and other water retaining structures, there is usually an established tradition of testing and inspection to verify that the project meets both the specified design and functionality. When considering the high cost of repairing a leaking structure, it...

All waterproofing works should be backed up by a warranty. Warranties are usually offered either as  product warranties offered by the manufacturer and performance warranties offered by waterproofing contractors. Generally,the factor considered mostly by customers and clients is the warranty length. However, this does not...

Waterproofing a flat roof seems a fairly simple and straight forward process. Theoretically it is. Common practice is providing an outlet for the water to flow out and building enough slope towards the outlet. Easy.But what we’ve encountered in our years of experience when dealing with...

Floor slabs that will be subjected to a lot of abrasion from moving vehicles and trolleys require their surfaces to be  hardened to improve their abrasion and impact resistance. Such floors include vehicle parking, basement floors and factory floors. This protects the concrete surface from wearing out which...

Many pitched roofs are given little or no thought to their maintenance until they develop leakage problems. Very so often, the tell tale signs of a leakage problem is a wet or damp patch appearing on the ceiling. Occasionally, this may appear at certain times, for instance,...

Mold Warning Signs Molds are very problematic to most homeowners. When presented with the right conditions, they can grow literally anywhere in the house as long as the surface is wet or damp. This includes behind walls, under your carpet, etc. When excessive moisture accumulates in...

Rising damp in buildings occurs when water from the ground rises up through the stone, block or brick wall and sometimes through the concrete floor slab by a process termed as capillarity. In simpler words, water rises up the walls of a building in the same way...