Liquid Applied Membranes are state-of-the-art new generation waterproofing systems providing a rapid spray-applied membrane to permanently solve water leaks.
SPRAY APPLIED WATERPROOFING
- Liquid Applied Membranes (LAM) are a low viscosity waterproofing membrane which is applied as a liquid coating to horizontal and vertical surfaces.
- Liquid Applied Membranes are considered as new generation of waterproofing product.
- Monolithic, seamless and with the capability to conform to every surface configuration is causing its demand to escalate in the construction industry.
- Liquid Membranes offer characteristics & properties that traditional waterproofing products are not capable of.
- Liquid Membranes do not have seams or joins and offer extreme flexibility.
WATERPROOFING MEMBRANES THAT LAST
- This is the one of the most common questions I am asked by builders and clients.
- There are certainly issues about achieving successful waterproofing that still challenge us even after all these years in the industry.
- However there are some facts that remain constant - experience, knowledge and attention to detail - there is our guarantee of a long lasting waterproof membrane.
FINDLAY & EVANS Waterproofing, based in Melbourne & providing services throughout Victoria, are Registered Building Practitioners specialising in Liquid Applied Membranes.
QUALITY WATERPROOFING PRODUCTS
Combining the unique properties of spray application together with a fluid liquid product provides a seamless, flexible & monolithic membrane that can conform to any shape.
- A quality waterproofing system that is seamless and flexible
- Flexibility allows the membrane to stretch with structural movement and settling; bridging small hairline cracks that can occur if substrate is concrete or block.
- A quality membrane remains flexible even after curing and will not dry out, crack or peel.
- A quality waterproofing system provides good adhesion to the substrate.
- Good adhesion, together with flexibility and correct application, and your membrane will last indefinitely.
While most membranes are easy to install over continuous flat areas the difficulties start at:
- Changes in substrate & levels
- Discontinuity in substrate because of penetrations
- And, in some complex installations, the junction between different types of membranes must be correctly detailed.