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06
Mar

Damp Basement – What to do about it and its Waterproofing in Melbourne

Sealed damp basement wall can have various causes: "Just" condensation or ailing masonry? As soon as you discover leakage in your basement, you should act immediately and get to the bottom of the cause. Here, waterproofing in Melbourne plays a crucial role. A damp basement not only poses a serious risk to your furniture and technical equipment; it can also affect your health. After all, damp masonry is the ideal…

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25
Feb

Bathroom Protection – Importance of Waterproofing in Melbourne

If you want a home in perfect condition, waterproofing should be one of your priorities, and if you don't, you can put not only your assets at risk but also the safety of your family. While the ceiling is one of the most common areas to think about, keeping an eye on the walls is essential. If you suddenly notice a small bulge and that the paint has lifted, they…

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18
Feb

Signs That Your Property Needs Waterproofing In Melbourne

The best way to protect our home, health and minor belongings is indisputable with waterproofing and is that with this action we ensure a comfortable, safe and fungus-free environment. By keeping rain and moisture away from the roof and walls, we will prevent the materials from deteriorating our slabs from cracking rapidly, peeling off the paint, or weakening foundations. But do you know what the signs which show property needs…

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13
Feb

Common Reasons for Poor Bathroom Waterproofing In Melbourne

Almost every homeowner has heard the word "insulation" or "waterproofing" at least once in his life. These terms are used quite often in bathroom renovations. It is worth saying that it is for the waterproofing that workers take a lot of money. If there are problems with Waterproofing in Melbourne, it won't be good for the apartment owner and his neighbours. People will not be delighted with the weeping ceiling.…

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04
Feb

The Right Basement Waterproofing In Melbourne for Your Home

A basement waterproofing presents many owners with a complex topic and often a challenge. In our XXL guide, we would like to take a holistic view of the topic - in addition to the individual process groups and options for basement waterproofing - and provide you with useful basic knowledge. Read this in-depth blog post about Waterproofing in Melbourne. What Is A Basement Waterproofing? A basement waterproofing has the task…

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28
Jan

Waterproofing In Melbourne – Know About Each Type

We usually do not think about waterproofing until our home begins to suffer from leaks. And, it is when we decide to choose a material that helps cover and protect the roof or wall. But do you know what type of Waterproofing in Melbourne is ideal for each need? The slope of the roofs, the material type, and even the amount of foot traffic, all influence the type of waterproofing.…

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21
Jan

Maintenance Guide for a Waterproofing in Melbourne

The care of the bathroom to avoid leaks is critical to keep the structures in perfect condition. At AK Tiling & Renovations, we bring you the maintenance guide for waterproofing in Melbourne. Learn everything you need to know about it. Why is Bathroom Waterproofing in Melbourne Essential? A well done and cared waterproofing will favour the time and durability of the bathroom and covers of your home. These can be…

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14
Jan

What Should You Know About Balcony Waterproofing in Melbourne?

Making sure your Balcony or patio is waterproof is essential. This is for your safety because moisture can attack the original structure and weaken it over time. An unsealed balcony deteriorated more quickly. The renovation work will have to be undertaken quickly (painting, flooring), but the longer you wait, the more work will be considerable, and the help of a structural professional will then be inevitable. What is Waterproofing in…

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31
Dec

Why Do You Need A Basement Waterproofing in Melbourne?

The main task of the plinth is to protect against moisture penetration into the building structure. It is an extension of the foundation and usually protrudes 50-80 cm from the ground. Also, the basement affects the appearance of the building and has some architectural significance. Since it is at the foot of the building, it is more susceptible to moisture, in the form of precipitation. With constant cycles of wetting…

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