The roof is the most affected part of a building, directly impacted by rains. It is often the leakage through the terrace that causes severe dampness in the ceilings, thus spoiling the look of expensive interior paints.
Below Ground Waterproofing
Ground water over a period of time rises and enters your home; damaging internal walls causing efflorescence and severe dampness. Prolonged dampness results in the formation of fungus and moulds.
External Wall Waterproofing
The external walls face the direct brunt of rain and other changes in weather. Therefore, it is not enough to just decorate the building, but also waterproof it.
Bathrooms are the major wet areas in the house. The dampness from a leaking bathroom can damage your expensive paints on the wall in the adjacent room and hence can spoil the overall look and feel of your house.
Water Tanks Waterproofing
Concrete is less flexible and cracks over time. Repairing an existing water tank is a time consuming process and cause inconvenience to the residents. That’s why when doing water tanks waterproofing for new homes, you need the right solution.