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Our business was founded in 1996 and have consistently grown our client base and list of projects.
As you can see from the below, we support our clients with an array of challenges.
Check out how we completely waterproofed Redlands School. By the way, the School Principal gave our team an ‘A+’ for this project.
Oh boy, check out the before and after photos of this old and tired plant room. It’s incredible what we can do with a little TLC.
We don’t want to brag, but you have to check out what we did to this balcony. Yes, the red liquid all washes off, don’t worry.
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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.
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.
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.
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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