The deck structure, function of the building and what it is used for are the main drivers when selecting the right waterproofing system. Whether bitumen, or plastic single ply membranes, cold liquid applied resin or hot melt structural waterproofing all with various insulation options, the possibilities are as varied as the requirements.

We have the perfect solution for every situation and will help you select the most appropriate option for you. The choices below will get you started on which forms of waterproofing you may consider for your project.

Lightweight cost effective

>> Single Ply Systems
Thermoplastic membranes to suit all dimensions, sizes and shapes of flat roof, for warm, cold or inverted constructions as well as green roofs and photovoltaics.

>> Cold Liquid Applied Systems
PMMA resin waterproofing particularly suited to roofs with challenging and complicated detailing on warm, cold and inverted cosntruction as well as green roofs.
Long lasting robust

>> Bituminous two layer systems
Fully integrated modified bitumen membrane waterproofing where different systems have different qualities to suit a variety of requirements.

>> Bituminous single layer systems
Designed to be used in warm roof construction the single layer systems have installation options and offer a real alternative to traditional single ply plastic membranes.

>> Hot melt structural waterproofing
Robust and very flexible monolithic waterproofing so that the membrane remains 'live' so minor penetrations and cuts will self heal.

Flame-free or cold applied

>> Cold liquid applied
Resin technology waterproofing combining ease of application, exceptionally fast cure, and durability for even the most challenging of roof detailing.

>> Bituminous two layer
Combining the latest generation of heat activated self-adhesive bitumen membranes with polyurethane adhesives and hot air welding to produce an unrivalled alternative.

>> Single ply
Thermoplastic membranes to suit all dimensions, sizes and shapes of flat roof, for warm, cold or inverted constructions as well as green roofs and photovoltaics.