Application of both sheet and liquid waterproofing membrane on flat roofs, decks, retaining walls, planter boxes and balconies. Internal wet areas (bathrooms, laundries etc), basement walls. Caulking, joint sealing. Epoxy Flooring. Leak detection and rectification. Wet basement and car park problems.
Waterproofing is a method which prevents water from penetrating your house. Waterproofing is very important as it helps keep your house dry. It helps reduce humidity inside the house and thereby protects things inside your house from damage caused due to humidity or water exposure. It is also important for the veracity of the building.
Advantages of waterproofing:
Variety of options
Depending on the level of water damage or owner preference, waterproofing systems can be installed indoors or outdoors.There are also DIY (Do it yourself) options available if you don’t want to spent extra for hiring a contractor.
Waterproofing increases your house’s value, which is the biggest advantage. This system prevents unwanted moisture from seeping into your walls, thereby allowing mold to grow. Mold can impact our health in a negative way. It also prevents damage caused due to water seepage which can ruin the structural integrity of your home. Moisture also causes metals to rust and wood to decay. As you know unhealthy living areas and weak foundations will affect the property value of your house. Also, waterproofing systems can open up the basement area and thereby increase the utility of your home’s square footage. This also helps in increasing the value of your house in the market.