Liquid v cementitious in cooler conditions
The cooler months present many challenges for waterproofing. Many of you may say that your clients don't realize that, they just want you to get over there and do the job whatever the conditions are. But you cannot battle with the Gods, and so when the weather starts to become colder and damper and wetter, you are restricted in what you can use.
Waterproofing water tanks
It's an application that is one of the most testing in any waterproofing application, and one that Gripset has been around and involved with for decades now. So first with the typical type of construction that you're going to have with water tanks, normally they are concrete, concrete poured, concrete block, rendered masonry, and now the other one that we see very...
Waterproofing both under and over screeds
There was a time when we used to just waterproof under a screed, tiled on top of those screeds and then found that the screed would get all wet, and even though the substrata would be protected, we'd have a mushy screed and that was retaining moisture in there, which is not a good thing, and that causes things like efflorescence very often on external balconies.