Remedial Waterproofing on a Large Balcony
Paul Evans from Findlay-Evans Waterproofing shares a story about restoring a leaking balcony in a prominent landmark accommodation in Portsea. The restoration involved stripping the existing pavers, re-screeding, and applying a Liquid Rubber membrane, all while battling weather challenges and complex scaffolding setup.
Portsea VIC 3944
Stripping the Area:
Removed existing pavers to reach the original membrane.
Complex setup with scaffolding and equipment, requiring significant labor hours.
Preparation and Re-Screeding:
Stripped down to the original slab.
Re-screeded with quick-set screed, considering weather challenges in June/July.
Applied a two-part primer to combat moisture.
Applying Liquid Rubber Membrane:
Applied Liquid Rubber membrane with a fiberglass interlayer for durability.
Multiple coats were used to ensure quality.
Installing New Pavers:
Applied a Mocha coat and installed brand new imported pavers.
Expert team handled the installation with great attention to detail.
Final Cleanup and Reinstatement:
Thoroughly cleaned the job site and restored everything to normal.
Successful restoration with a very satisfied customer.
Demonstrates the importance of careful planning, quality materials, and skilled execution in waterproofing projects.