Balconies are exposed areas that often have little or no protection from the elements, and have the potential to be exposed to moisture for extended periods. New and existing balconies therefore need to be adequately protected to ensure that they do not become degraded from persistent infiltration. The entry of water into the balcony structure can be minimised by the application of a waterproofing membrane, and by sealing the surface of the tiles and grout with a water repellent product. Most modern balconies that are exposed will have an outlet built in that ensures any water that does find its way through the tiles or surface, does not settle and can run off.
Though techniques vary with particular products, the principles of waterproofing a balcony remain the same:
Find a waterproofing specialist in your local area to attend to your balcony on the pages of this site.
We need your email address so that we can send you the details of businesses who express interest in your job.
We need your phone number so that businesses who express interest in your job may call you for more details.
or enter your location to search