Piccadilly Apartments Toorak Vic
Remedial Roof Waterproofing
Paul from Findlay-Evans Waterproofing shares a case study involving the Piccadilly Apartments in Toorak, focusing on the comprehensive repair of a leaking service roof. This intricate project required not only patching the roof but also addressing other issues like low ponding areas, rusted handrail feet, and a deteriorated walkway to the lift motor room.
Toorak, Vic 3142
Leaking Roof & Ponding Areas:
Repairs were carried out for a leaking roof, including treatment of areas with low ponding.
Rusted Handrail Feet:
Perimeter handrail feet that were rusted badly were cut off and spliced, then treated with liquid rubber to prevent future rusting.
All dead debris on the roof was cleared as part of the package.
The walkway to the lift motor room was badly rusted and deteriorated, so new legs and landings were created and welded on site.
Premium Liquid Rubber Membrane System: A four-coat system was used, including liquid rubber and reinforcing mesh, followed by thermal top coats for UV reflection.
One-Stop Turnkey Operation:
Being builders and waterproofers, the team provided an all-in-one solution, leading to a successful project completion.
The owners were very happy with the results, and the project received glowing reviews on the company's website.
The progression of the landing being reconstructed and coated in rust-proof paint was documented and available for viewing.
Overall, this case study showcases a multi-faceted approach to roofing and related repair tasks, highlighting the company's ability to handle complex projects and deliver satisfactory results.