Commercial Waterproofing Contractor in Melbourne
Findlay-Evans - Melbourne Commercial Waterproofing Company
View Video Below - Meet Paul Evans, Manager/Director of Findlay-Evans Waterproofing
President - Australian Institute of Waterproofing
Master Builders Association Victoria - Specialist Contractor - 94507
Registered Building Practitioner - DBU - 7983
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Waterproofing Melbourne Reviews, VIC
A Waterproofing company that thinks CONSTRUCTION
Accredited Waterproofing Experts
Findlay & Evans Waterproofing are BOTH Registered Building Practitioner & Specialist Waterproofing Applicators.
Findlay-Evans is based in Melbourne and the company Manager/Director, Paul Evans, is also the current President of the Australian Institute of Waterproofing (AIW)
The Findlay-Evans Waterproofing Team have built successful relationships with property, facility managers and owners corporations in Melbourne and throughout Victoria as a commercial waterproofing company providing remedial and repairs to control water leaks.
Best Waterproofing Product - Liquid Spray On Membranes
Video- Why Use Liquid Applied Membranes
Repairs to Leaking Balconies
Paul Evans, President of Australian Institute of Waterproofing (AIW) and Manager/Director of Findlay-Evans Waterproofing - a Melbourne based waterproofing contracting company - has published many articles and videos discussing waterproofing problems and issues.
Article first published https://www.lookupstrata.com.au/water-leak-from-balcony/
Video - How to Fix Leaking Balcony
Solving Rook Leaks
Video - Metal Roof Waterproof Coatings
Video - Using Crack Injection to Fix Basement Leaks
Basement Waterproofing Method
Below Ground Tanking
Basement & Foundation Waterproofing Systems - What, Why & How
Did you know that waterproofing represents 1.8% of a building's construction costs, but accounts for a whopping 83% of building defect complaints?