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The Waterstop Solutions NSW team in Sydney recently provided an effective and durable solution to a leaking concrete bridge slab from which the occupied area underneath suffered water ingress during rainfall. Water was leaking through shrinkage cracks from the above-mentioned concrete bridge slab, into the gift...

Our Waterstop Solutions team of leak sealing technicians recently completed leak sealing works of a car bay, showing signs of water ingress through the wall-floor joint. Wall-floor joints in infill slabs often act as leakage points. This can cost-effectively be remediated with targeted high-pressure injection into the joints and cracks to create...

Consequences of water ingress to the lift pit. Water in the lift pit can lead to Health & Safety issues and costly lift break down. Any water in the lift pit can affect the lift mechanism and electrical systems, which may lead to the lift breaking down....

What do we mean by subsurface drainage? Why is it important and how do we fix it? Advantages of reliable and durable subsurface drainage. Facilitates the evacuation of water. Avoids pooling of water and saturation of tiling or topping screeds. Reduces moisture-related distress. Provides aeration to the building elements. Aids in...

  What a view over Brisbane CBD! Our Waterstop Solutions technicians are currently detailing and surface preparing the entire rooftop area on this Brisbane CBD building. The surface preparation will be followed by 2 coats of primer to the substrate and then 3 fully bonded coats of...

Good maintenance begins with a proactive approach to maintain, keep, preserve and protect a building. The purpose of proactive maintenance is to detect issues that can be anticipated and rectified before they develop further.  🔹 A preventative maintenance program of the concrete structures is likely to be more cost-effective depending on the extent...

  Brisbane weather: City to get month’s rainfall in a weekend Courier Mail reports today, 24th August 2018, that A WET and possibly thundery weekend is forecast across southern Queensland, with Brisbane expected to reach its average monthly rainfall total in just three days, starting today. Source:  https://www.couriermail.com.au/news/queensland/weather/brisbane-weather-city-to-get-months-rainfall-in-a-weekend/news-story/7e4253d605a830f811406b08ad1642cd Brisbane is going to...

Swinging temperatures affecting building materials   Sudden and significant thermal changes may cause stress on building materials. Tiled balconies, podiums and roof decks are especially exposed to the destructive forces of the elements such as rain, wind, sunlight and cold conditions. All buildings go through thermal expansion and...

Driest QLD Summer since 1989-90 - Really? It is surprising that with the copious amount of rain we have had in recent weeks brought to us by a so-called weak and short-lived rain-bringing La Niña, that this has been the driest summer since 1989-90 for Queensland. The...

Subterranean Wall Finally Withstanding Heavy Rain   To no surprise with the consistent rainfall that has stuck around for most of the month in the Brisbane region, numerous properties are starting to feel the effects of all the persistent rain. Recently Waterstop Solutions tended to a home that...