Type of Waterproofing Solutions

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Sustainable Bituminous Waterproofing

TIKIDAN's Bituminous waterproofing consist of various range of SBS and APP membrane.

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Synthetic Membrane waterproofing

TIKIDAN's Preformed Membrane waterproofing solution consists of various products like HDPE,PVC and TPO

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Remedial Waterproofing

TIKIDAN's waterproofing admixture is ideal solution for making concrete and mortar cohesive...

Waterproofing - FAQs

Waterproofing helps to maintain the insulation properties of building materials, reducing the risk of energy loss through water-damaged surfaces and promoting overall energy efficiency.

Signs that a building may require waterproofing include water stains, mold growth, peeling paint, and dampness on walls or ceilings.

Waterproofing in below-grade constructions, such as basements, is crucial to prevent water infiltration and potential structural damage.

Liquid waterproofing is applied as a liquid and forms a seamless, protective layer, while membrane waterproofing involves sheets or rolls of materials like bitumen or PVC.

Negative-side waterproofing addresses water penetration from the side opposite the water source. It involves the application of waterproofing materials on the interior side of a structure, typically in existing buildings or structures where access to the exterior is limited.

Curing time is influenced by temperature, humidity, and the type of waterproofing material. Proper curing is crucial for material strength and longevity, and it can impact the speed of construction.

Common causes include inadequate slope for water runoff, poor drainage, cracks in the terrace surface, and improper waterproofing. Effective waterproofing involves addressing these issues with proper materials and application techniques.

Primers enhance adhesion by promoting a bond between the waterproofing material and the substrate. They improve penetration and help create a strong, lasting bond.