The Dos and Don'ts of Substrates
The blame is often put on the waterproofing products when there is application fail, however, in many cases the problem has been caused because of the substrate.
The Benefits of Waterproofing with Gripset P39
With the Summer months just around the corner, Gripset P39 is a game changer for your upcoming waterproofing applications.
Why You Must Waterproof Before Installing Cabinets
One of the most common mistakes we see on-site is the waterproofing being applied after the installation of cabinets. This not only creates weak points in the waterproofing membrane, but compromises your job.
How To Waterproof Door and Window Thresholds
Window and door thresholds are an extremely important detail, but what is the right way to complete this waterproofing application?
Finish Floor Level
It is one of the most important elements of waterproofing a balcony, but so often it is wrong. It is extremely important all waterproofers, builders and tilers understand what is included in the FFL (finish floor level), ensuring their waterproofing application is not compromised.
How To Waterproof the Gap Between Wet Area Lining Boards
This week on Sealed For Good we discuss one of the biggest grey areas in waterproofing, waterproofing the gap between wet area lining boards.
How to Install a Puddle Flange
By popular demand, this week on Sealed For Good we discuss how to install a puddle flange correctly, ensuring your waterproofing application is Sealed For Good!
The Details Of Strip Drains
Strip drains are an important part of the waterproofing application and a detail that must be done right.
Why Detailing Is So Important
Detailing is one of the most important aspects of a waterproofing application, but how much can it compromise your job if done wrong?