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- 1. Basement Waterproofing InformationGuideTo Basement Waterproofing refers to techniques used to prevent water from entering the basement of a house or other building.
- 2. Why Do Basement Flood?
- 3. Why Waterproof a Basement Retains Heat During The Winter Season Lower Energy Bills Creates Extra Storage Space In Addition to Futher Living Space Add Value to Your Property
- 4. How Can Flooding The Prevented? Barrier Protection Structurally Integral Protection Cavity Drainage Membrance
- 5. Barrier Protection (Tanking) Barrier Protection is also called Tanking. It is a generic term for basement waterproofing.Using a barrier to keep water out of the property. It is sometimes referred to as either, Positive side, or Negative side Waterproofing, depending on which side of the structure it is applied.
- 6. Structurally Integral Protection Protection against water ingress provided by the structure itself; i.e. water resistant concrete. In most cases concrete structures built in accordance with these code of practise should be waterproof as concrete is 2.2 times denser than water.
- 7. Drainage Membrance This is protection against live water ingress into potentially usable spaces by incorporating an internal water management system incorporating water movement pump stations. Waterproofing systems allow water to flow freely through a cavity between the exterior & interior walls of a basement
- 8. Find Us Address Powys Lodge 6 Court Road Strensham Worcestershire WR8 9LP Email firstname.lastname@example.org Phone 01905 902 902 Website www.countybasements.co.uk
- 9. Find Us Address Powys Lodge 6 Court Road Strensham Worcestershire WR8 9LP Email email@example.com Phone 01905 902 902 Website www.countybasements.co.uk
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