How to Waterproof internal walls
Interior basement waterproofing systems are designed to manage any water coming into a property before being pumped back out without affecting the appearance or structural integrity. This innovative approach is quite different to traditional forms of waterproofing such as tanking that is designed to prevent water ingress by using a physical slurry barrier.
In summary, an interior basement waterproofing system controls and channels water using a combination of modern wall waterproofing systems, along with innovative drainage systems and advanced sump pumps that safely remove the water.
Advantages to interior basement waterproofing
Installing an interior basement waterproofing system is generally more affordable than other basement waterproofing systems. Within an average property, it will only takes a couple of days to install and is, generally speaking, far easier to maintain. There is also no need for any expensive exterior excavation. Moreover, as the water is managed and not held back, there is no risk of hydrostatic pressure building up and causing cracks in the basement or cellar walls. This can be a common failure of traditional basement waterproofing such as Tanking, especially in areas where there is a risk of structural movement or vibrations.
For complete peace of mind, our interior basement waterproofing systems also come with a 10 Year structural waterproofing guarantee with additional insurance backing from GPI available.
what makes a great interior waterproofing system?
Find out more about how water is safely managed and drained out of your basement or cellar.
Damp proofing walls
Find out how these tough and durable waterproof membranes catch any water ingress from the ground around your basement or cellar.Damp proofing walls
Learn more about the different options we have for draining away any water collected by our wall waterproofing systems.Drainage systems
other Basement waterproofing systems
View some alternative basement waterproofing systems that can sometimes be more suitable than interior basement waterproofing.
Tanking, with a waterproof cement or slurry, is one of the oldest methods of holding water back from underground spaces. This traditional method can still be very effective.More about Tanking
Exterior waterproofing systems are often installed during the construction of buildings. They will often involve external tanking or membranes and a French drain.Exterior Waterproofing
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