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How to Waterproof Retaining Walls – DIY Method


Shop Retaining Wall Bundle HERE Below Ground Tanking & Waterproofing Retaining Walls Require best practice waterproofing techniques. If the following principles are adhered to, there is no reason small retaining wall waterproofing projects cannot be applied as DIY application. Click Below for Quick Navigation How to Choose Best Waterproofing Product for Retaining Walls ?What is Waterproofing?What Are […]

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Balcony Waterproofing – Which Tile Adhesive to Use With Liquid Membranes ?

Tiled balcony with expansion joins

We are typically asked “exactly what tile adhesive can we use” on Liquid Rubber Waterproofing Membranes. The short answer is:  acrylic or latex (water) based tile adhesive Do NOT use solvent based adhesives – solvents will attack water-based membranes. Quick Navigation Repairing a Balcony?Balcony Design & WaterproofingAustralian Waterproofing Standards – AS4654-2Master Builder Association (MBA) – DrawingsLeaking […]

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Waterproofing Product for Roof & Gutters

Fixing Roof Water LeaksInsurances agencies state that 80% of building insurance claims come from water leaks and water damage.Costly and extensive damage to houses & buildings are often the end result of roof water leaks. View Video Below Paul Evans, Managing Director Findlay-Evans Waterproofing (F.E.W) and Vice President of the Australian Institute of Waterproofing (AIW) says […]

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Concrete Waterproofing & Sealer

Concrete Waterproofing & Sealer We offer a terrific waterproof sealer for all concrete surfaces.Our Hydroblock is ideal for new and/or existing concrete surfaces. If you have concrete facades, parapet walls or any type of masonry surface damaged by water leaks – Hydroblock is your answer. Hinders discolouration Penetrates deep into the surface Refreshes concrete surfaces […]

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Houseboat Waterproofing

Fix Water Leaks on your Houseboat Buy Liquid Rubber Here Delivery throughout AustraliaBuckets :4L ($120) & 15L ($350) Use Liquid RubberThis is a waterproofing paint that protects wood, steel & aluminum from the corrosive effects of water, sun & salt water.Heat, humidity and UV rays are extremely harsh on exposed surfaces like roof/rooftop areas on […]

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Waterproof & Repair Roof Leaks

Waterproof & Repair Roof Leaks Liquid Rubber is the ideal product for waterproofing and repairing rusty old roofs.   Liquid Rubber will stop any further rusting and most importantly: make your roof watertight!  Repairing and maintaining roofs are an on-going and expensive problem for home owners.Liquid Rubber solves leaking roofs with simple, quick and cost effective waterproofing. […]

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Garden Pots Urns

Waterproof Terracota Pots Using Liquid Rubber Easy Inexpensive and Eco-friendly Waterproof Garden Pots, Urns, Bird Baths and Fish PondsTerracotta — which comes from the Latin “terra cotta,” or “baked earth” – are traditional containers for plants and look great in most settings. The “earthy” look of a terracotta pot is a bit more aesthetically pleasing […]

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Waterproof Your Timber Decking

Waterproof Your Timber Decking Liquid rubber waterproofing is an easy and cost effective solution to seal your old and rotting timber decks and verandas. In fact Liquid Rubber can waterproof & seal any timber structure. Sealing a fence post with Liquid Rubber to prevent deterioration and rotting. No Special Tools or Skills You don’t need […]

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How To Waterproof Your Fish Tank

How To Waterproof Your Fish Tank Liquid Rubber waterproofing membrane is perfect to seal either glass, concrete or plywood aquariums.Liquid Rubber is: Non toxic Durable Completely safe for fish – even humans Strong adhesion to just about all surfaces Secondary headingLiquid Rubber waterproofing products are elastomeric membranes that remain extremely flexible after curing. The membrane […]

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Retaining Wall Waterproofing


Waterproofing Retaining Walls  Retaining Walls, Basements & FoundationsBelow Ground areas are difficult to waterproof effectively.With contemporary design, living areas are often at basement level or below natural ground level.In these cases there is always the potential for movement of ground water and surface water to run-off into the building structure.The perimeter of the building, particularly […]

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