Polymer Based Waterproofing


Modified acrylic hybrid system which has many uses like waterproofing of toilets, sunken portions, roofs, swimming pools, water tanks, asbestos roofs, terraces, china chips terraces, etc. It can also be used for crack repair, and rehabilitation projects. The product has excellent waterproofing and protection properties.

Polyurethane Based Waterproofing


Polyurethane is made up of two components, base and reactor. Polyol acts as the base, while isocyanide is the reactor component. The combination of both these in a specific design ratio creates a liquid coating for waterproofing applications. Polyurethane is a rather popular choice due to its ease of installation.

Silane Based Waterproofing


Silane based waterproofing penetrates deep into the surface of the concrete and masonry where they chemically react to form a hydrophobic barrier within the pores that causes water and other liquids to bead off the surface.

Solvent Based Waterproofing


Sometimes referred to as “Oil-based” or “Alkyd” paints, solvent-based coatings contain higher levels of organic compounds than water-based coatings. These solvents or compounds facilitate application, drying and the formation of a durable, regular paint film.

Cool Roof Coatings


Cool roofs material that is designed to reflect more sunlight and absorb less heat than a standard roof. Cool roofs can be made of a highly reflective type of paint, a sheet covering, or highly reflective tiles or shingles. Standard or dark roofs can reach temperatures of 150°F or more in the summer sun.

Heritage Building Waterproofing


Heritage & historic properties hold a lot of value in the field of construction as the methods used during the time of building to waterproofing were all organic and traditional methods inclusive of natural elements available in nature.