About Tight Seal Waterproofing
Our team has over 25 experience in all types of waterproofing. We make sure the job is properly. We only use the best products for our customer and all our work carries a 7 year guarantee.
We do bathroom, laundry's, roofs, planter boxes all waterproofing needs. We are the most prompt and reliable
waterproofers in Sydney
• Leaking shower
• Leaking balcony deck
• Bathroom renovation
• Water penetration through your walls
• Wet wall behind the shower or bath
• Water penetration through your brick work
• Wet door frames
• Leaking Pools
• Leaking basement ceilings/walls
• Leaking garage (walls and ceilings)
• Garden planter boxes
• Leaking Caravan or metal annex
• We maintain clear and precise communication with our customers to ensure the job runs smoothly and exactly as required.
• We carry out professional and excellent work above the standards and specifications required.
• We have neat and professional personnel who always maintain a clean work site when carrying out waterproofing repairs
• We carry out waterproofing repairs in Sydney in a manner which is safe for personnel, property, clients and public.
• We guarantee our work.
Over the past two decades, the construction industry has had technological advances in waterproofing materials, including integral waterproofing systems as well as more advanced membrane materials.
Integral systems work within the matrix of a concrete structure, giving the concrete itself a waterproof quality.
There are two main types of integral waterproofing systems: the hydrophilic and the hydrophobic systems. A hydrophilic system typically uses a crystallization technology that replaces the water in the concrete with insoluble crystals. Various brands available in the market claim similar properties, but not all can react with a wide range of cement hydration by-products, and thus require caution. Hydrophobic systems use fatty acids to block pores within the concrete, preventing water passage.
New membrane materials seek to overcome shortcomings in older methods like PVC and HDPE. Generally, new technology in waterproof membranes relies on polymer-based materials that are extremely adhesive to create a seamless barrier around the outside of a structure.