| • Bathroom waterproofing
• Laundry waterproofing
• Balconies waterproofing
• Roof top waterproofing
• flat roof waterproofing
• Basement waterproofing
| • Planter Box waterproofing
• Pools waterproofing
• Kitchen waterproofing
• Lift shaft water proofing
• Render Water proofing
• retaining wall waterproofing
| • Waterproofing shower
• Water proofing shower recess
• Liquid membrane water proofing
• Torch on waterproofing
• Torch on membrane water proofing
- Insurance companies say that 90% of bathroom claims relate to waterproofing failing.
- Waterproofing is black and white or it either is fully waterproofed or it is not at all.
- If a bathroom is not waterproof properly the results are large financial costs – removing tiles, fitting, etc. to do it again.
- The cheapest waterproofing may not perform well over the long term.
Types of Waterproof
- Latex – Latex rubber based – these air dry, but in winter can take up four days to dry.
- Cement based two part – Cement polymer – add dry and wet parts and mix - 2 hours to re-coat – 6 hours to fully set.
- Bitumen based – Has a better drying time then Latex but is not as flexible.
- Bathroom Waterproofing
- Retaing wall Waterproofing
- Water proofing surfaces
- Industrial waterproofing
- Commercial waterproofing
- Domestic waterproofing
Waterproof or water-resistant describes objects relatively unaffected by water or resisting the ingress of water under specified conditions.
Such items may be used in wet environments or under water to specified depths. Waterproofing describes making an object waterproof or water-resistant (such as a camera or watch).
"Water resistant" and "waterproof" often refer to penetration of liquid water.
Permeation of water vapor is reported as a water vapor transmission rate. Also, water from condensation is usually separate from "water resistant".