If you need :

1) Terrace Waterproofing
2) Side Wall Waterproofing
3) Common Wall Joint
4) Heat Proofing on Terrace & Side Wall
5) decorative & waterproof external coating
6) basement waterproofing
7) bathroom and water tank waterproofing
8) epoxy flooring
9) epoxy grouting
10) asbestos sheets/roofing sheets
11) PU Coating
12) Precautional waterproofing
13) expansion joints and new construction

Terrace Waterproofing

Waterproof or water-resistant describes objects relatively unaffected by water or resisting the ingress of water under specified conditions. The Taas Communication has had technological advances in waterproofing materials, including integral waterproofing systems as well as more advanced membrane materials.

Side Wall Waterproofing

Basement Waterproofing refers to techniques used to prevent water from entering the basement of a house or other building. Waterproofing is needed anytime a structure is built at ground level or below ground. Waterproofing and drainage considerations are especially needed in cases where ground water is likely to build up in the soil and raise the water table. This higher water table causes hydrostatic pressure to be exerted underneath basement floors and against basement walls. Hydrostatic pressure forces water in through cracks in foundation walls, through openings caused by expansion and contraction of the footing-foundation wall joint and up through floor cracks. Hydrostatic pressure can cause major structural damage to foundation walls and is likely to contribute to mold, decay and other moisture related problems.

Common Wall Joint

Common Wall Joint refers to techniques used to prevent water from entering the basement of a house or other building.

Heat Proofing on Terrace & Side Wall

Cavity wall insulation is used to reduce heat loss through a cavity wall by filling the air space with material that inhibits heat transfer.

Decorative & waterproof external coating

Decorative & waterproof external coating is a type of building exterior wall cladding system that provides exterior walls with an insulated finished surface and waterproofing in an integrated composite material system.

Basement Waterproofing

Basement Waterproofing refers to techniques used to prevent water from entering the basement of a house or other building. Waterproofing is needed anytime a structure is built at ground level or below ground. Waterproofing and drainage considerations are especially needed in cases where ground water is likely to build up in the soil and raise the water table. This higher water table causes hydrostatic pressure to be exerted underneath basement floors and against basement walls. Hydrostatic pressure forces water in through cracks in foundation walls, through openings caused by expansion and contraction of the footing-foundation wall joint and up through floor cracks. Hydrostatic pressure can cause major structural damage to foundation walls and is likely to contribute to mold, decay and other moisture related problems.

Epoxy flooring

Have you always wanted a floor that's strong, durable, easy to maintain, and that looks fantastic? Epoxy floors may be just the solution for you! There's a good chance that you've never heard of an epoxy floor before so we've put together everything that you need to know. For more information or advice, have a chat with your local floor coatings specialist.

An epoxy coating or paint is a protective material made from epoxy-based resin. It provides outstanding resistance to corrosive chemicals, heat, and ultra-violet light; has convenient drying times; exhibits excellent dimensional stability, extreme toughness, and abrasion resistance; and provides strong adhesion to a wide range of substrates, including glass, metals, fibers and numerous other modern materials. An epoxy coating may be used in a wide range of interior and exterior applications across many industries including building and construction, industrial.