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30/05

Understanding the Performance of the Building Regulations – Waterproofing

The measure of performance of a waterproofing system is associated with assessing the key functions of waterproofing itself.  By definition, a “Waterproofing System” is a combination of elements...

28/03

Waterproofing – Your REPUTATION is at stake!!

  Waterproofing plays a major role within new buildings.  In this article we highlight the KEYS to keeping your reputation as a quality builder intact.   Low cost investment protects reput...

02/02

Waterproofing & Concrete Curing Agents

To achieve perfect and reliable waterproofing, it is essential to have skilled applicators and high quality products.  It is also essential that the substrate that is to be waterproofed is ready and ...

16/11

Residential Balcony Waterproofing Height Requirements – Doors & Perimeters

On any residential balcony installation, the finished height for the waterproofing of a perimeter and door relative to the finished floor level is a requirement that is critical to performance, but is...

12/09

Waterproofing Penetrations within a Shower Enclosure

During the construction of a wet area, in particular a shower enclosure, multiple penetrations through the wall sheeting used will occur.  Typically, these penetrations are for the mechanical fixings...
Wet-seal on The Block

12/09

Wet-seal Bayside South Appears on Channel 9’s Hit TV Series – The Block

Wet-seal were delighted to be involved in Channel Nine’s popular renovation series The Block, when Paul Rohan (Bayside South Franchisee) was asked to completely waterproof a bathroom.  Paul and...
Why Use Water-Based Waterproofing Membranes - Wet-seal

18/07

Why Use Water-Based Waterproofing Membranes?

In present times the building industry has seen an increasing trend towards green technology and materials.  Government initiatives to reach zero-carbon combined with greater consumer concern over g...

16/05

How Do Waterproofing Membranes Cure & What Is The Difference Between Drying & Curing?

When a cold liquid membrane is applied to a substrate it could be considered to be similar to paint.  We all know that paint has to dry before it possesses its protective properties.  The same goes ...