Due to poor waterproofing and structural failures, it could result in water seepage or water leakage. Especially in areas such as pipe surrounding, window frame surrounding, wall, and ceiling. This is a common issue in Singapore, more often for older buildings. Even so, these structural failures can be rectified using pressure grouting, caulking, sealant/glazing, and coating.
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A water leakage on the ceiling can be both a health and safety hazard. As a matter of fact, it can result in mold formation that creates breathing problems, affecting the health of the occupants. Likewise, a leaking bathroom/toilet can also pose a safety hazard if water enters the electrical fittings.
If left untreated, water seepage and leakage on walls can cause serious damage to your assets e.g. feature wall, plasterboard wall and even floorings. When hidden inside the walls, it creates a damp environment that breeds mold, causing health and safety hazard to the occupants. However, most people may not be able to notice it when a slow water seepage or leakage started inside your walls.
Keep a lookout for these 10 signs of water seepage and leakage behind your walls:
It is important for you to act quickly when you notice a stain on your ceiling or water dripping from a bulge. This is to prevent a fixable issue from turning into a damaging and costly repair. Moreover, water leakage on the roof may be a sign of a much larger problem. If unaddressed, it can lead to danger and the probability of increased structural erosion.
As such, we recommend that you do a roof inspection at least 2 times per year. You can do self-checks on your roof to see if there is any visible sign. Or, you may consider to hire a professional roof contractor to do the inspection.
Also known as Grouting, it is a method for water seepage and water leakage repair. PU Injection is widely used to repair the cracks in concretes and honey-combed concrete by pressuring the chemical into the defect areas. When exposed to the water, the chemical in the polyurethane (PU) reacts and expands. Subsequently, foaming up to seal the concrete pores and cracks. To point out, the expansion capability of PU can be up to 20 times of the volume injected.
It is a unique treatment that provides excellent waterproofing without the need for hacking or other intrusive works. The flood infusion technique utilizes crystalline waterproofing technology to enable concrete to self-seal through the development of needle-like crystals. These crystals can penetrate concrete pores and capillaries to seal and block water penetration. Hence, achieve watertight concrete structures.
It is a liquid applied coating that makes almost any substrate surfaces water-repellent. With Nano technology, it uses nanoparticles to penetrate deeply into pores or capillaries without clogging up the substrate. Treated substrate surfaces on the other hand remain breathable.
Refurbish roof surface or external wall surface to ensure all cracks are patched and sealed. Additionally, a protective waterproof coating is applied to existing roof and/or external walls so as to safeguard against the effects of water damage and moisture buildup.