Structural Waterproofing

Structural waterproofing is used to protect structures from damp/water tables by the use of a physical barrier, in our case our fully bonded LiquitankTM Rubber Membrane. It is used to create dry environments (such as in basements, tunnels and lift pits), protection against deterioration (such as in car parks and on balconies and decks) and also waterproofing for functionality (such as in reservoirs and water tanks).

Your structure will be completely waterproof with Elite Waterproofing’s LiquitankTM Rubber Membrane solution.

Product Superiority

The products used by Elite Waterproofing have been developed over many years by specialists in this fast developing area. Liquid-applied polymer-based systems will last for the lifetime of the building, and are not affected by soil ph.

The Fast, Flexible Solution

The systems we use have the advantage of being sprayed directly onto a surface, they are very fast curing and flexible, allowing for movement of the substrate.

Complete Waterproofing

You have additional peace of mind with a completely seamless and fully bonded solution preventing damp for the lifetime of the structure.

Protection against Radon

LiquitankTM comes with radon protection as well as other gases such as methane and carbon dioxide. It even protects again petroleum and diesel in contaminated soils.

No Project Too Small Or Big

From home cellars and basements to car parks, reservoirs and water tanks, we’ve got it covered. LiquitankTMrubber membranes can even be installed into existing as well as new structures.

Nationwide Coverage With Outstanding Service

Covering the UK and Northern Ireland, we provide the best possible service with fully accredited and guaranteed installers.

Where Structural Waterproofing is Required

Waterproofing is needed anytime a structure is built at ground level or below ground. Waterproofing and drainage considerations are especially needed in cases where ground water is likely to build up in the soil and raise the water table.

This higher water table causes hydro static pressure to be exerted underneath basement floors and against basement walls. Hydro static pressure forces water in through cracks in foundation walls, through openings caused by expansion and contraction of the footing-foundation wall joint and up through floor cracks.

Hydro static pressure can cause major structural damage to foundation walls and is likely to contribute to mould, decay and other moisture related problems.

Our expert team will work with you to repair and refurbish your asbestos roofs, ensuring as little disruption as possible to your business, as well as providing a cost effective and long term solution. It pays to get a quote from Elite Waterproofing.

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