Regardless of the type of housing, whether it is an apartment or a private house, the microclimate in the bathroom in it will differ from other rooms. Due to the active use of cold and hot water, steam and condensation appear, so the humidity level in the bathroom is always much higher.
In the process of major repairs, we must not forget about the importance of implementing a set of measures to protect the walls and floor from the effects of water before finishing the bathroom interior. Poor-quality or insufficient waterproofing can lead to unpleasant consequences from the formation of mold, mildew and damage to ceramic tiles up to a fire due to a short circuit due to moisture on the electrical wiring.
To perform internal high-quality waterproofing, insulating moisture-repellent materials are used. According to the type of application, there are two main groups of such materials:
Bathroom waterproofing technology
Before waterproofing, it is necessary to carry out preparatory work to eliminate damaged areas of the surface – irregularities, cracks, places of entry of communications, etc. For this purpose, you can use special repair mixes Teknorep 300 and Teknorep 300 EX.
After the preparatory work, you can start applying waterproofing materials, following the following sequence of actions:
Adhering to the technology of using materials, you will get maximum protection and will be sure of its reliability and durability. And if you still have questions-call us, we will help you with the choice of materials and give advice on their use.
Izoplast Hydrolastic two – component polymer-cement elastic waterproofing membrane.
One-component non-shrink repair compound reinforced with polymer fibers c increased flexibility and strength.
Hydrophobic primer of deep penetration based on acrylic dispersion. Used for dust control and strengthen the top layer of grounds before applying another material.
Acrylic waterproofing membrane based on aqueous dispersion of polymers. Waterproofing inside premises with the increased humidity under the tile materials.
One-component non-shrink repair compound reinforced with polymer fibers.