Waterproofing materials: films, masses

Waterproofing Materials

The durability of the building, regardless of its later purpose, depends to a great extent on proper waterproofing insulation. The quality of the materials used and the diligence of the workmanship also depend on the comfort of those inside the buildings. Therefore, at the design stage, it is necessary to take care of suitable waterproofing materials. To ensure a proper level of protection of the building, insulation must be carried out on foundations, pedecons and floors located on the ground or in the ground zone. It is worth knowing that not only cellars or lower rooms and garages are protected from the harmful effects of water, but also insulation is made on terraces, balconies and inverted roofs. Irregularities in the selection of insulating materials and neglect when carrying out construction work at this stage can lead to the appearance of mold and fungi, which is not only an aesthetic problem. Fungi and molds are also a weakening of the structure of the building and discomfort of people staying inside and a threat to health. Waterproofing materials can be divided into several groups. The first is bituminous insulation, suitable for securing the entire surface. Bituminous insulation, such as masses, emulsions, pastes or stickers, guarantees continuity of protection even with cracking walls thanks to its considerable flexibility. The second group is mineral insulation, made on the basis of cement with the addition of aggregates and modifying substances. Mineral insulation is divided into rigid and flexible; the choice of the right one depends on your needs. The third group is plastic insulation, applied in a single layer, available as flat or bucket films. seemingly cheaper solutions can generate significantly repair and repair costs after years, so we open our doors to your needs and invite you to contact us and find a consensus between price and quality.

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