Construction Water Proofing

The latest waterproofing techniques and technology:
A process for waterproofing a construction surface and slits of the construction surface comprises a first step in which the construction surface and the slits of the construction surface are dried by heating. Thereafter, an appropriate amount of a synthetic asphalt is paved on the construction surface and the slits of the construction surface.
Construction Waterproofing Handbook simplifies the critical task of keeping a building's envelope watertight.

Method
After detailed analysis of the problem, we drill small holes to the appropriate depth above or next to the problem area. Next we inject specifically developed environmentally friendly material with uniquely strong and expansive properties.

Basic tips and methods
Dampness or moisture can prove very damaging to any construction. A lot of money can get wasted due to unexpected seepage of water into walls or woodwork, There are various waterproofing techniques that can be used during and after the construction of the house, for an appropriate waterproofing method to be followed in order to avoid subsequent hassles and damage. Primarily, there are 3 areas of a typical building that need specific waterproofing treatment:
Basements: Basements provide an excellent way of accessing additional livable space within limited space constraints. With the rapidly rising real estate prices, the concept of basements has even extended to having multiple levels below the ground. With such concepts, it is all the more important that effective waterproofing is done for the basements.
Terraces: Terraces are another area of concern with regard to waterproofing. It often happens in homes that rainwater or water leaking from the overhead water tanks spoils the flooring of the terrace and even seeps through the roof of the floor underneath. As in the case of basements, there are various materials that can be used to effectively waterproof the terrace floor.
Sunken areas: Washrooms and kitchens have a sunken area below the floor that houses the water pipe network. This area should also be treated as a basement, and similar effective waterproofing solutions must be followed in this case. There is often a presence of water within the sunken areas, and adequate waterproofing is essential to avoid its seeping through the floor/walls and causing damage to the construction.