Residential in Torquay, Victoria
Instant Grass Rooftop
Paul from Findlay-Evans Waterproofing and Liquid Rubber Melbourne showcases a recently completed waterproofing job for a small home in Torquay, Victoria. The seaside location's harsh weather conditions posed a challenge, but the team successfully waterproofed the rooftop balcony, creating a green roof as per the architect owner's request.
Location & Requirements:
Small home in Torquay Vic 3228 by the seaside.
Harsh weather conditions.
Owner, an architect, wanted a green roof.
Used a deep Calvert drain and stainless steel, fully bonded off the first preparation.
Detailed polyurethane over every joint and fixing point to prevent water seepage.
Applied a rubber coating of approximately 1.5 millimeters, creating a seamless and watertight membrane.
Allowed the rubber to cure for a few weeks, completing the job despite severe weather.
Successful test of a membrane.
Installation of a self-adhesive product called ARMA Blue to protect the membrane.
Laid fake grass over the top of the membrane.
Completed without any issues such as blistering or rippling.
Job finished nicely.
It demonstrates a successful waterproofing project that not only met the client's requirements but also withstood challenging weather conditions, providing a visually appealing and functional solution.