Taking a Closer Look at Link-Seal Mechanical Hydrostatic Pipe Sealing

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LinkSeal is a quick-installation, leak-proof permanent Modular Seal suited to a range of industrial and commercial applications. LinkSeal is configurable to withstand water and oil-based substances (including motor oil, jet fuel, and hydraulic fluid), as well as extreme temperatures on either side of the thermometer, and boasts a pounds-per-square-inch gauge of 20. LinkSeal represents the absolute premiere solution for pipe seals in virtually all industrial applications. (more…)

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The Ultimate Guide to Waterproofing Commercial Building Roofs and Balconies

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Modern commercial waterproofing has advanced considerably over the past fifty years. Yet substandard applications and maintenance still leave many buildings without adequate protection from rain and water leaks. Discover the common signs of water damage and what you can do to prevent and remedy leaks, both now and in the future. (more…)

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A Guide to Waterproofing Concrete House Roofs

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  Concrete roofs have been an integral part of modern architecture for decades. Although they are typically seen as rooftops for commercial buildings, with changes to styles and architecture for residential buildings, homes are now also being constructed using this roofing method, with concrete shingles also starting to become popular in residential home structures. Even though concrete has been chosen as a superior material for both housing and commercial structures, it doesn’t mean that it is able to avoid the elements like other materials do. (more…)

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The Ultimate Step by Step Guide to Building a House – From Foundations to the Roof

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A house is much more than just four walls and a roof. Building a house is a long and involved process, and having a working knowledge of the steps between laying the first foundations and setting foot in the final product will allow you to better understand where your money is going. (more…)

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How to Waterproof A Basement To Protect From Moisture Damage

Coldness and damp are not a good combination for housing. An old basement, or one that hasn’t been adequately maintained, will allow water to seep from the surrounding earth and wreak havoc with the foundations. Failing to upkeep the waterproofing on any subterranean parts of your house will inevitably lead to an increase in mould, which can irritate or cause an increase in respiratory conditions and other ailments, as well as chip away at the structural integrity of your property. This can occur from even the smallest breach, so regular checks and maintenance are an absolute necessity. (more…)

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