Commercial Waterproofing Service
We are your commercial waterproofing specialists in Singapore
Why Waterproofing is Essential for Your Commercial Buildings
Waterproofing makes a surface, building or structure waterproof or water-resistant. This is done with the use of membranes and protective coatings to protect contents underneath or within, as well as protecting structural integrity.
A commercial building will need waterproofing in order to extend its life and protect the valuable contents within the structure. Nothing can cause damage quite like water leaking into a structure. Moisture intruding into a building’s structure can create a variety of problems, such as mould and bacteria. In addition, moisture can add to the deterioration of wooden support structures. To prevent moisture from seeping into buildings a proper waterproofing method is essential in keeping offending water out.
State-of-the-art Commercial Waterproofing Materials We Use
In recent decades, the construction industry has had technological advances in waterproofing materials, which has provided the industry with more advanced membrane materials. New technology in waterproofing membranes relies on polymer-based materials that are extremely adhesive to create a seamless barrier around the outside of a structure. We apply many types of quality membranes to complete wide range of waterproofing works, discover 5 here:
Polyurethane membranes are a popular choice due to the many uses of this membrane, it can be applied on various substrates for instance; concrete, cement sheeting and roof tops. Polyurethane has extremely good flexible qualities; the seamless factor makes it an attractive choice in areas with a lot of movement.
Polyurethane membranes can be rolled in a traditional sense, or it can be sprayed with a high-pressure spray machine. The sprayed application can dry depending on ambient weather conditions in approximately 25 seconds. In a 20 degrees environment the product is trafficable within 24 hours, depending on the type of membrane it may require a top coat to protect against UV rays.