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The importance of using a CSSW qualified professional in structural waterproofing projects
The importance of using a CSSW qualified professional in structural waterproofing projects

It is not only the required criteria for many specialist buildings insurance companies such as Premier Guarantee, LABC, BLP and the NHBC to mention a few nowadays that a CSSW qualified person is involved in the design process for structural waterproofing, which in turn reduces risk of catastrophic failure, but it is also now more generally accepted to be just common sense by any astute construction companies and building…

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Combination Waterproofing Systems
Combination Waterproofing Systems

Consideration was given to product suitability and performance characteristics as part of the design process, as well as practicality of installation. This is part of the BS8102 to that states that ab integrated solution should be achieved that answers all project constraints. We ensure that our Delta Registered Installers have the opportunity to be fully trained on design methodology and product installation techniques as part of…

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Waterproofing of Contiguous Piles
Waterproofing of Contiguous Piles

Contiguous piles have many advantages in the formation of a retaining wall. This method of construction involves the creation of a line of deep bores that are then back filled with concrete. The advantage of this method of construction is that it is possible to support the adjacent structure before bulk excavation takes place. Contiguous piles are particularly suited to sites with restricted access. Of all the methods of piling it is…

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Why condensation is frequently confused with rising damp
Why condensation is frequently confused with rising damp

Condensation is formed from airborne moisture (atmospheric water) turning from water vapour to liquid. Naturally occurring there is moisture in air at all times. When air cools/expands it is unable to hold moisture (water is heavier than air) meaning tiny droplets of water are formed. Condensation within the home is caused by changing temperatures.  Water vapour constantly floats around your home and is fairly innocuous…

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