Waterproofing Parapet Walls

DESCRIPTION

A parapet indicates any low wall along the roof of a building, the edge of a balcony, the side of a bridge, or similar structure. Plaster and mortar are very porous and absorb moisture the same way a sponge would, so even a small crack on the top of a parapet that allows water into the wall, may result in peeling or damaged paint. Waterproofing issues are most common on homes with flat deck roofs and parapet walls.

PRODUCT SELECTION
PRODUCT APPLICATION TIME TYPE OF FINISH TYPE OF SOLUTION
super laycryl super laycryl durable, flexible bitumen / acrylic liquid prime coat, 2 coats, apply membrane, 3 hours between coats selected roof colours bitumen/acrylic waterproofing coating used with or without membrane, durable
hydroproof hydroproof acrylic liquid used with abe membrane prime coat, 2 coats, apply membrane, 3 hours between coats selected roof colours acrylic waterproofing coating used with membrane
super laykold paintable tape super laykold paintable tape flexible bitumen paintable flashing tape self-adhesive tape, no priming or curing can be painted any colour peel & stick waterproofing tape
dura proof cem block dura proof cem block powdered waterproofing admixture N/A, used when plastering not visible waterproofing admixture in plaster mix