News

11/01

Wet-seal Invited to Speak on Waterproofing for Wet Areas at Building Surveyors Seminar

Wet-seal’s Head of Technical & Special Projects, Robert Rath, was invited to present his expert knowledge on waterproofing for wet areas at the recently held Building Surveyors Seminar host...

09/11

Bathroom Waterproofing Tip shower screen correct placement

Bathroom Waterproofing Tips Shown with this article are three pictures which highlight the same results one of our Franchisees has had from three call backs.  One of which, was sealed 18 months ago w...

26/09

The Old Problem – Rough Concrete Shower Bases

For years concrete shower bases have been shaped out & the surface left rough, and in many cases totally unacceptable.   The minimum acceptable requirement is an even wood float finish.  The...

20/07

Efflorescence – What is it, Causes, Removing & Prevention

What is Efflorescence? Efflorescence is a deposit of mineral salts on surfaces of concrete and masonry walls and/or floors.  It is whitish in appearance, and is sometimes referred to as “whiske...

25/05

Edition 3 – Drainage & Waterproofing

The Australian Institute of Waterproofing (AIW) of which Wet-seal is a member has written an article that appeared in the State based Master Builder magazines, the article was titled “Waterproof...

18/03

Edition 2 – Other Causes of Waterproofing Failure

The Australian Institute of Waterproofing (AIW) of which Wet-seal is a member has written an article that appeared in the State based Master Builder magazines, the article was titled “Waterproof...

13/01

Edition 1 – Top 3 Causes of Waterproofing Failure

The Australian Institute of Waterproofing (AIW) of which Wet-seal is a member has written an article that appeared in the State based Master Builder magazines, the article was titled “Waterproof...

11/11

Australian External Waterproofing Standards Amongst the Best in the World

Houston You Have a Problem! by John Rathbone, current member of BD-13 Committee working on Australian Standards for Waterproofing Well to be honest it’s not Houston, it’s a deck in Canada ...