The Danrae Academy

Our Academy hosts online courses for people who are interested in all things waterproofing and cover building codes, standards, risks, careers and much more.

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Welcome To Danrae Academy.

We are passionate teachers that truly want to make a difference to the Industry.

Each month, we host an online workshop and Q&A that supports the development of many tradies and clients.

Membrane Workshop

This workshop was an action-packed online event and covered all things membranes. Daniel taught the valuable aspects of standards, repair types, warranties, membrane quality, and more.

Industry Standards Workshop

This workshop included the Founder Ron Caruana and other important guests. This workshop covered an array of topics and discussed the latest changes, potential concerns, pitfalls, terminology and much more.

Flat Roof Workshop

This workshop discussed flat roofs and touched on various matters such as common roof waterproofing defects, repair techniques, and solar panel installation and included an action-packed Q&A session.

Flat Roof Membrane Workshop

This workshop focused on educating the Strata Managers and all things flat roof membranes. We discuss roof membranes types, strengths and weaknesses of each, maintenance plans and more.

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Demonstration Video On Flooring


Demonstration Video On Flooring


Educational Video On Waterproofing

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Demonstration Video – Balcony Repair

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Demonstration Video – Commercial Roof 

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Tutorial – How to change Boiler?


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Tutorial – How To Change A Thermostat?


Tutorial – How To Change A Radiator?



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Why We Waterproof Lift Pits?

A lift pit is an integral part of a structure and a key point for water ingress if you don’t have high-quality waterproofing in place. Lift pits extend below ground level and, just like a basement, they are damp and vulnerable to water seepage from the surrounding earth. Water will tend to seep in through cracks and rise until it reaches the level of the natural water table.

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How We Use Infrared Technology?

Waterproofing testing is particularly important at both the first and last stages of any waterproofing project. We use it for leak detection, to ensure we can correctly identify the source of water ingress and all issues including concrete spalling and cancer.

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Why We Play With Fire?

Torch-on is a flexible membrane containing bitumen and a variety of polymers. It contains asphalt in one of two forms: Styrene Butadiene Styrene (SBS), a rubber modified asphalt, or Atactic Polypropylene Plastic (APP), a plastic modified asphalt.

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They Look Great, Until They Start Leaking!

Rooftop gardens are becoming increasingly popular in strata and commercial spaces due to their environmental, aesthetic and wellbeing benefits. They require a slightly different approach to standard flat roof waterproofing, with a few key considerations.

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Understanding Scope

Strata managers often need to oversee all aspects of administration and facilities management which may mean getting to know diverse aspects of building construction and maintenance… including waterproofing.

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Plumbers Don’t Have A Licence To Waterproof?

In NSW, all waterproofers should be licenced, registered and insured. The Department of Fair Trading issues licences for contractors, supervisors and companies for one, three or five years, and a licenced waterproofer can only conduct the type of work described on their certificate.

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