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Efflorescence & its cause – Detailed

Causes of Occurrence for Efflorescence:       Any earth building materials that come into contact with the ground or water (in any form) may...

Efflorescence & its cause – Introduction

What Is Efflorescence? Efflorescence is a French word which means To Flower Out. For a layman, Efflorescence is a powdery deposit on surfaces of brick,...

Need of Waterproofing – Symptoms of Seepage & Leakage

According to an ancient saying that “Prevention is Better than Cure”, same concept applies towards structural integrity of your home & premises for leakage....

Preformed (PWM) and Liquid Applied (LAM) Waterproofing Membrane Systems

What is Liquid Applied Waterproofing Membrane (LAM)? Liquid Applied Waterproofing is a process of waterproofing application using special liquid. It's used for roofs like flat...

Waterproofing Requirements

What is Waterproofing? Waterproofing is a protective measures or process or treatment that makes the surface or substrate water-resistant or prevents penetration of liquid, moisture...

How to investigate water leakage?

Water leakages which happen in structures that are either new or older than 10 years generally. In both the cases, the property is at major...

Get your home waterproofed this summer!

India, seventh spread geographically and second populated country in the globe! India essentially follows three seasons – summer, monsoon, and winter. For most people, the...

Differences between Below Ground and Above Ground systems

The Below Grade Waterproofing system & Above Grade Waterproofing system have both defined & unique problem statement, which are different from each other. The common...

Above Grade Waterproofing

What do you mean by Above Grade Structure (Open to Sky Structure): Above grade structures are also known as Building structure. These structures are fully...

Below Grade Waterproofing

What do you mean by Below Grade Structure (Underground Structure, Basement): Below Grade structures are also known as Below Ground structures. These structures are generally partially...
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