Generally, windows are fixed on the wall after the masonry work is complete. While doing so, a gap is bound to exist between the window frames and masonry. This gap may widen with time, creating all sorts of leakage problems. After a detailed inspection, apply Dr. Fixit Silicone Sealant in these gaps. Dr. Fixit Silicone Sealant is highly flexible which accommodates any movements caused by thermal expansion & contraction and is UV resistant.
You can use Dr. Fixit CrackX Shrinkfree for sealing plaster cracks up to 10 mm. It is a nonshrink crack filler and is easily paintable over to match the shades of the wall.
While building your house, windows are fixed as soon as the brickwork is done. The waterproofing part comes later most of the times. This leads to spreading the gaps between your window frame and the wall, causing leakage problem. Here, you can apply Dr. Fixit Silicon Sealant to fill the gaps and avoid water ingression. It is one of the popular internal wall waterproofing solutions in India, which is UV resistant and highly elastic in nature.
Internal walls of your home may experience dampness due to various reasons. The high groundwater table is one of the common issues in India. Similarly, cracks in the walls allow water to ingress from the terrace and external walls and cause dampness. The extreme weather conditions give rise to cracks. The traditional waterproofing methods are incapable of tackling with seepage issues. Dr. Fixit internal walls waterproofing solutions help you solve this issue. Now, forget the traditional way of breaking wall plaster; you can do it by scrubbing the internal wall dampness and applying the solution over it.
Indian weather conditions are very extreme and cause hairline cracks in the internal walls. To get rid of the water seepage issues caused due to such thin cracks, you can apply Dr Fixit CrackX Shrinkfree internal wall waterproofing solution to cover up cracks up to 10 mm.
Dampness on internal walls can not only tarnish interiors, but also weaken the structural integrity of the house. Damp walls promote the growth of mould and mildew that can deteriorate indoor air quality and may pose a serious threat to the health of the residents. There are many ways of treating damp patches on internal walls, but they might not give sustainable results. For instance, most people prefer having damp proof paint for internal walls. However, such solutions offer temporary relief from damp internal walls and do not prove to be effective in the long-term. To treat dampness on internal walls, try talking to a Dr. Fixit expert. Only after a careful assessment of the reason of dampness can the issue be addressed correctly.