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Retaining wall waterproofing

Our leak sealing specialists' aptitude combined with ongoing training from industry leaders equip them with expert skills and knowledge, delivering excellent and reliable outcomes for our clients. They make the "impossible" possible out of situations where others have tried before - Always Advancing. ...

While most types of cracks do not affect the structural stability or durability, a crack’s status identification is critically important. Identifying what type of crack it is and how it occurred, will help determine what repairs are required – if any....

Lift pits are like mini basements because they are almost always below ground. They are vulnerable to rising water table level, which usually occurs during the wet season. Interestingly, the water table level can be altered by adjacent construction, so a lift pit that used to be...

Did you know that Waterstop Solutions was originally set up to service the construction of the Clem7 tunnel (The M7 Clem Jones Tunnel) in 2009 by Harold Du Toit, one of our two Directors? Harold provided many design solutions and implementation strategies during the construction...

This leaking below grade wall was treated by one of our leak sealing specialists while both he and our client carefully followed the detailed government guidelines of health, hygiene and social distancing practices for risk prevention. This was particularly important because our client is in...

We can safely conduct inspections during the Coronavirus crisis, but did you know that Waterstop Solutions can provide quotes without an inspection?* Everyone at Waterstop Solutions has been given detailed instructions on how to follow the Government guidelines of health, hygiene and social distancing practices...

Once water enters a crack, it is usually only a matter of time before the water leads to oxidization of the rebar/reinforcing steel. Concrete steps can crack and break up over time. Thermal changes and exposure to rain and driving wind can lead to water...

Water leaking into the basement after heavy rain is a common occurrence. Water always finds a way, so basement waterproofing and adequate drainage are especially needed in cases where groundwater is likely to build up in the soil and cause a rise in the water...

The placement and the sealing of concrete joints are both very important aspects of construction to ensure that the concrete slabs remain intact and structurally sound. Improper filling and/or sealing of joints by using incorrect material, inadequate filler depth and incorrect ratio of sealant, are just...