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WaterProofing Contractors

cement waterproofing contractors

Brickbat Coba is one of the most common waterproofing treatments which is generally used for waterproofing roofs, terraces and basements. In this, all existing treatment on the slab top is removed & a layer of brick bats is laid. The gaps are filled with cement sand mortar & admixed with water proofer chemical

IPS treatment is opted by many because it has good wearing properties and increases the life of the Brick Bat Coba below. Our company offers IPS in several colours and tones.

Polyurethane (popularly known as PU) coating is highly elastic with excellent heat resistance in addition to preventing water ingress. This property of polyurethane makes it suitable as a waterproof coating. They are available as a single component and can be easily applied with brush or roller.

Cementitious waterproofing system is cement based modified with acrylic polymers. While the cementitious materials provide the tensile strength, polymers improve elastic and adhesion properties. This makes the coating elastic and prevents water ingress to make it suitable for a waterproofing system.

Ethylene, propylene, diene terpolymer (EPDM) is an elastomeric compound or synthetic rubber compound and is one of the most effective waterproofing systems. The membrane is highly durable. EPDM system is suitable for a wide variety of waterproofing applications like roofs, pond lining etc.

Strengthening of damaged concrete and filling cracks requires injection grouting. Unlike the other common treatments, injection grouting needs a special skill for application.


Waterproofing contractors use various chemicals, such as elastomeric coatings and crystalline waterproofing agents, to protect structures from water damage.

Common methods of waterproofing include membrane waterproofing, cementitious waterproofing, brick bat coba, and crystalline waterproofing, each offering unique protection against water infiltration.

For roof waterproofing, liquid-applied membrane or bitumen-based systems are often recommended to create a durable barrier against water penetration.

Cement can be made waterproof by adding waterproofing agents to the mix, creating a moisture-resistant concrete suitable for various applications.