Usually basement waterproofing needs no protection from tree roots; they’re outside the basement and not a threat to the contents.
However, green roofs are the exception because trees and shrubs may be encouraged to grow on top of the waterproof deck and then great care is needed if the waterproofing is going to last for more than a few growing seasons.
Read how we helped with Basement waterproofing Leeds university’s School of Music, using advanced methods and achieving a dry basement.
Filed under: Basement Waterproofing
A multimillion pound development needed our new build basement waterproofing skills to keep the 1500 square meter basement dry
As a long time customer of of Safeguard Europe we were invited to view their state of the art damp proofing and timber treatment research laboratory in Horsham
Filed under: Materials
Technician Darren Roberts has been with us for thirteen years. This week he spent a day sharpening his skills with Safeguard Europe, distributors of Vandex waterproofing products. Of course we’ve used Vandex for many years; successfully tanking and waterproofing concrete. In our business, learning never stops, so Darren leaped at the chance to brush-up on […]
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