Process and System Review

Book a process and system review onsite, or at your facility. Educate your company about waterproofing fundamentals and strategies to decrease the risk of incorrect waterproofing and failures.

This training will provide you with a greater understanding of how to educate your contractors to prepare and protect the waterproofing system, develop self-inspection processes and enable you to track the waterproofing process more effectively.

The process and system review is specifically tailored to your construction requirements, leaving you with an in depth plan and Industry Best strategy.

  • Onsite visitation
  • Plan and design review including waterproof membrane specification review
  • Design and waterproofing compliance to the NCC National Construction code
  • Design functionality
  • Waterproof membrane installation inspection to asses contractors abilities and compliance to product manufacturers specification
  • Risk minimisation strategy
  • Self inspection checklist

Inspection and Diagnosis Consultation

Paint discoloration which indicates a water leak has occurred and likely leading to Mould development.

Is your wet area not looking quite how it use to?

The damage caused by a potential waterproofing failure can be very toxic to your health. Mould is prevalent in many family homes now and without an understanding of how to identify the cause, you may be living in a toxic environment. Even a minor wet area failure has the potential to bring on the onset of mould within 48 hours.

Many households are living with mould which forms very easily under carpets and the backside of plaster sheeting. Some signs of underlying failure may be missing grout, white salt like staining on you tiles known as Effloresence, discolouration of bathroom and painted surfaces, timber architrave swelling and dis-figuration. An inspection can help you identify if you have an issue and give you a course of action to rectify the issue.

  • Leak and damage assessment
  • Design and product constraints assessment
  • Repair and rectification plan and risk minimisation strategy
  • Self inspection checklist