Sure, we all know the implications of water seeping into concrete and the negative consequences as a result. Waterproofing concrete can help avoid the impact of water spills. Let’s review the beneficial outputs of waterproofing concrete to prevent those disastrous outcomes.
It’s not just you and your family that you have to get ready for the hot Australian summer; it’s your roof too. Even if you don’t live on Sydney’s coast, the sun can have a devastating effect on your roof’s waterproofing. To help you combat this, we have compiled a handy list of tips to help your concrete roof stay leak-free.
Australia sees its fair share of storms and heavy rains and a great way to protect your home from unnecessary damage is to waterproof the areas that take the most impact. This can extend the longevity of your home and furnishings and save you money in the long run. Read More
Waterproofing is a crucial component of home maintenance. Moisture damage is dangerous and can compromise the structural integrity of your home. Moisture erodes the protective coating of wooden walls and floors and deteriorates their fibres, weakening the material. Read More
Waterproofing is one of the most vital aspects of construction, especially for wet areas like showers and restrooms. Unfortunately, it is also one of the most problematic construction tasks, especially in Australia. Statistics show that waterproofing and water ingress account for 2.8 per cent of total construction costs, but comprise 83 per cent of complaints of building defects. Read More
A tiling job can have a huge impact on any renovation project. Attaching decorative tiles is a meticulous task that, when badly done, affects the overall appearance of a surface. Whether the tiles are for your floors, walls or countertops, excellent tiling work creates a smooth and polished look for any part of your home. Read More