Toilets waterproofing are required to prevent seepage of water from floor slab and walls as toilets involve use of water and plumbing works.
About toilets leakages and signs of leaking toilet
In older buildings, toilets and bathrooms are the most common areas where water leakage begins. This is due to the deterioration or wearing out of waterproofing membrane on the floor over time due. Water then starts to seep in through the gaps between the tiles which might eventually penetrate the slab and intrude into the room below, causing damage to the ceiling and other goods.
Due to wet cement or peeling paint, deterioration of the ceiling can be observed with changes in colour the most obvious. In the long run, it may lead to formation of toxic mould as well as present risks of electrocution. Therefore, effective waterproofing is critical to the well being of the inhabitants. We aim to seal off the surfaces to root from the point of leakages. One way is to use our flood infusion method, a cost effective solution that does not involve hacking and relaying of tiles.
The areas in your home where there is greatest exposure to water are the toilets and bathrooms. Considering the volume and frequency of water daily, it is almost certain for water seepage to occur if the waterproofing systems have been worn out. That will usually cause a leakage problem in the ceiling directly below it or in some cases in the adjacent rooms.