Structural waterproofing systems also known as tanking are used to protect below ground structures from water and dampness.
Whether the property is fully below ground or partially, we can design a system to keep your property dry.
Each property we visit will be given its own waterproofing specification to suit its needs and condition. Our specifications are designed so that they comply with British Standards 8102:2009 and the relevant building regulations.
If you would like a waterproofing survey carrying out in Derbyshire or Nottinghamshire then please call 0115 9304240 or use our contact form.
All our waterproofing surveys are carried out by a Certificated Surveyor in Structural Waterproofing (CSSW). The CSSW is a nationally recognised professional qualification for individuals involved in diagnosing problems with water entering structures below ground level and who recommend design solutions.
Cavity drainage membranes provide a simple and cost effective solution for dealing with damp and contaminated walls – above and below ground.
When a cavity drainage system is used below ground, suitable drainage must also be incorporated into the system. This will normally be done by including perimeter drainage going to a sump and pump.
Cavity drainage membranes are particularly suited for use in situations where the underlying substrate is too fragile or contaminated to allow the use of traditional water proofing systems, for example: Salt contaminated Walls, Walls contaminated by oil, bitumen, paint etc, walls constructed from soft bricks, stone walls and cob walls.
A number of finishes can be applied to the top of the membranes to suit the needs of the property owner.
Cementitious tanking is used for the protection of structures against water from the ground and which maybe potentially subject to hydrostatic pressure.
Once cured the tanking is impervious to water. This means a suitable finish can be applied on top of the tanking and not be affected by dampness/water penetration.
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