Structural Waterproofing

We use structural waterproofing as a crucial solution to protect structures from damp and water tables by applying a physical barrier with our fully bonded LiquitankTM Rubber Membrane. This waterproofing technique is highly effective in creating dry environments, particularly in areas like basements, tunnels, and lift pits. It is also ideal for shielding structures from deterioration, as seen in car parks, balconies, and decks, as well as providing waterproofing for functionality, including reservoirs and water tanks.

Your structure will be completely waterproof with our Liquid Waterproofing membrane solutions.

Product Superiority

Elite Waterproofing uses products that have been developed by specialists over many years in the fast-developing field of waterproofing. Among the popular choices are liquid-applied polymer-based systems. These systems can last for the lifetime of the building and are not affected by soil pH.

The Fast, Flexible Solution

Our systems have an advantage in that they can be sprayed directly onto a surface, making them fast-curing and flexible, allowing for substrate movement.

Complete Waterproofing

You can have additional peace of mind with our completely seamless and fully bonded solution, which prevents dampness for the lifetime of the structure.

Protection against Radon

LiquitankTM provides radon protection and safeguards against other gases such as methane and carbon dioxide. It also offers protection against petroleum and diesel in contaminated soils.

No Project Too Small Or Big

We cover a wide range of areas, from home cellars and basements to car parks, reservoirs, and water tanks. Our Liquid Waterproofing membranes can be installed into both new and existing structures.

Nationwide Coverage With Outstanding Service

We cover the UK and Northern Ireland, and our fully accredited and guaranteed installers are committed to providing the best possible service.

Where Structural Waterproofing is Required

When structures are built at or below ground level, it becomes necessary to waterproof them. This is especially important when groundwater is expected to accumulate in the soil, raising the water table. The resulting hydrostatic pressure can cause significant damage to basement walls and floors.

Water is forced in through cracks in foundation walls, openings caused by expansion and contraction of the footing-foundation wall joint, and even up through floor cracks. In addition to structural damage, hydrostatic pressure is likely to contribute to moisture-related issues such as mold and decay.

Our expert team will work with you to waterproof your project, 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.