The NBS Source platform officially replaced RIBA Product Selector at the end of July 2020. This exciting change allows specifiers to find products they need for their projects with ease and gives manufacturers, such as Delta Membrane Systems Limited a unique platform to offer high-quality digital product information at a click of a finger.
Delta’s newest edition of brochure offers architects, specifiers, developers, contractors and homeowners’ advice on continuous waterproofing solutions. In its most basic form, Delta’s newest edition is instinctive – a wet basement requires remedial works, if there is an active leak, it requires stopping – whilst it is understood that there are numerous waterproofing solutions available, are these systems and solutions continuous and able to withstand the test of time and offer durability to the structure life cycle?
Delta’s Technical Waterproofing Consultant, Michael Vernon gives advice on minimising negative impacts from flood events and measures to rapidly recover from a flood event
Floods are part of nature. It is not technically feasible to prevent flooding, but you can take steps to prepare for a flood event, should your property be located within a flood risk area.
One of the most interesting questions in the waterproofing sector is “What is positive side” or “What is negative side” waterproofing. It is a great question and one that gets us interaction hopping from the get-go. Our blog explains the difference between negative and positive side waterproofing.