Frequently Asked Questions


Bathroom waterproofing solution applied on the surface must be dry at the time of using the bathroom. Usually, bathroom waterproofing solutions come with a time frame, and the product/service provider notify you how much time it takes to dry.

Your bathroom usually has four areas that are most likely to leak, viz. the floor bed, drainage pipes, sanitary fittings and shower areas. if these areas gets completely waterproofed then there will leakage.

Usually, any waterproofing services we provided we are giving 3 years Warranty

Being the largest wet area in your home, it is always advised to waterproof each and every corner of the bathroom. The floor is the most exposed surface, whereas shower walls are also wet up to a particular height. Usually, bathroom waterproofing solutions need to be applied at every corner and even on the side walls up to 20 cm from the base. If you notice the dampness on the other side of the wall, you can Contact Us.

Water Tanks

Water tanks are meant to safely store water without any leakages. But here it’s not just the question of leakages. The primary problem is avoiding the growth of fungus. You’d wonder how the fungus is formed? At times, seepage and leakage from overhead and underground tanks spoil the decor. This, in turn, helps the growth of algae and fungus, which leads to weakening of the structure. For this reason, such areas should be made waterproof as well as safe for potable water. For this, you have to employ the right water tank waterproofing.

Make sure you keep the following things in mind:

  1. Surface to be treated should be clean and free from dirt, oil and other loose material
  2. Concrete or masonry surfaces should be fully cured before application
  3. All surface cracks, undulations and voids must be repaired appropriately before application
  4. Correctly grout all construction joints using polymer modified mortar 
  5. Surface to be treated with Chemical must be in a saturated surface dry condition before application
Roof Waterproofing

Your terrace or roof is the most externally exposed area which faces harsh weather conditions. This includes not only heavy rains but also scorching summers and shivering winters. Such climatic changes usually lead to thermal expansions in the ceiling of your home and may cause water seepage. Surface weakened over time ultimately results in more damage. This is why you need to apply waterproofing solutions over a certain period.

There are several areas on the terrace that need to be taken care of while waterproofing them. Such areas include pipes that come through parapet wall or the roof, small canals for cables and electric wires, thresholds of the terrace door, water tank corners, and so on. Besides, rainwater drain outlets coming out of the terrace, must be of the proper size and made available all around the roof.

You need to clean drain outlets and pipes on time, coming from the terrace. Besides, they also need a proper slope, at least 1:100. 

External Walls

While building your house, windows are fixed as soon as the brickwork is done. The waterproofing part comes later most of the times. This leads to spreading the gaps between your window frame and the wall, causing leakage problem.

Internal walls of your home may experience dampness due to various reasons. The high groundwater table is one of the common issues in India. Similarly, cracks in the walls allow water to ingress from the terrace and external walls and cause dampness. The extreme weather conditions give rise to cracks. The traditional waterproofing methods are incapable of tackling with seepage issues.

Indian weather conditions are very extreme and cause hairline cracks in the internal walls. To get rid of the water seepage issues caused due to such thin cracks.

Dampness on internal walls can not only tarnish interiors, but also weaken the structural integrity of the house. Damp walls promote the growth of mould and mildew that can deteriorate indoor air quality and may pose a serious threat to the health of the residents. There are many ways of treating damp patches on internal walls, but they might not give sustainable results. For instance, most people prefer having damp proof paint for internal walls. However, such solutions offer temporary relief from damp internal walls and do not prove to be effective in the long-term. To treat dampness on internal walls.


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