Waterproofing Water Closets And Bathrooms
No other They house the majority of plumbing works, showers and sinks. Naturally, these spaces stand a higher risk of floor or roof seepage or leakage. Besides, if we draw attention to the tiny cracks and openings of pipes that eventually damage the structure, it is hard to ignore the foul smells and mildew growth that accompany them.
Keeping in view this challenge, a revolutionary set of methods have been developed by our team. The goal is to move beyond generalizing waterproofing as a concept and target each waterproofing need with intensive attention.
Bathrooms And Wet Closets – The Red Zones
Ideally, bathroom waterproofing should be carried out parallelly with the construction of the space. This is imperative, because, if the floor tiles are not fixed correctly, there could be extra room for water to flow through. The Achilles heel in this setup is that each time the floor slabs and walls are covered in water, it could seep through and create cracks in the foundation. Hence, the need for a foolproof water-resistant solution such as seamless protective membranes.
A lack of a waterproofing course in bathrooms can potentially lead to the following:
- Weakened structure.
- Damaged interiors.
- Constant damp flooring.
- Breeding ground for mold.
Solutions To Combat Water-Induced Damage
The first step to securing your bathroom with waterproofing details should begin at the construction stage. This should be followed by a method to ensure the water is eliminated only through the pipes rather than cracks in the floor and walls. To build resilience and make the area watertight even further, laying out protective membranes, using robust bonding elements and elastic materials to prevent cracking, are a must.
A comprehensive waterproofing system serves as a long-term solution over small quick-fixes, which simply mask the underlying problem. For more details and personalized solutions on treating and maintaining your bathrooms and water closets, contact our team.