LEAKING SINGAPORE BALCONY SEALED WITH POLYURETHANE RESIN INJECTIONS

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Failing gyprock proved to be a leaking crack in the balcony soffit

 

Our Singapore Waterproofing  team attended a multi-level apartment building in Sydney and inspected a leaking crack in a balcony soffit where moisture had presented itself as failing gyprock.

As a remedial waterproofing solution to treat the damp crack in the balcony soffit, our Singapore team of leak sealing specialists injected the length of the concrete crack with a hydrophilic polyurethane resin.The injection system creates a three-dimensional waterproof seal inside the building element by injecting a high-quality hydrophilic polyurethane resin under high pressure. The benefit of our leak sealing injection system is that it provides a flexible seal to the full depth of the treated crack. It fault finds and treats unidentified at-risk adjacent areas, offers additional protection to any steel reinforcing in the path of the crack and slows the corrosion to any possible compromised reinforcing steel or yet to be.

Once the leak sealing injections were completed, the injection ports were removed, and the holes were plugged with a repair mortar. The leak seal injected crack in the balcony soffit was coated with 2 coats of reverse side membrane before the Villaboard was replaced and the ceiling was painted to complete the works.

Singapore Waterproofing Supervisor received a phone call from the client praising our Singapore technicians for their quality work and attention to detail.

 

 

 

 


 

Please contact us so we can help you determine the best protective treatment for your vertical and horizontal surfaces as well as how to best prepare the surface before installation.

Our team would be happy to assist you if you have any problems associated with water ingress, leaky roofs, leaking balconies, leaky basements, wet lift pits, cracked concrete slabs, structural cracks, deteriorated joints, moisture, seepage, efflorescence, rising damp and/or active leaks in concrete structures. Any questions you may have can be directed to us.

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