Water damage can lead to huge repair bills. It’s much cheaper and less stressful to get proper waterproofing done before it becomes a problem. Whether you’re renovating your home, starting from scratch or repairing damage from a poorly done job the first time, waterproofing services are vital.
Water damage can come from a number of sources. Areas like bathrooms that are commonly wet are the most prone, but you can also be a victim of water damage through burst pipes, leaky roofs or torrential rain.
Waterproofing comes in a number of forms and often is useful alongside another handyman service. Bathroom tiling
As the bathroom is the most common area affected by water damage, it’s a prime spot to get waterproofing work done. This is best carried out when you’re putting in a new bathroom or renovating your old space, so you may also want to hire a bathroom tiling service. A tiler can remove your old tiles, clean up your grout and professionally set your new tiles, and they may offer waterproofing as an add-on service. Concreting
Water damage isn’t restrained to the inside of your home – often our driveways and footpaths can become damaged if they’re not properly sealed. Hiring a concreting service (or driveway concreting) to repair damaged flooring is a good first step. When they relay the concrete, they’ll be able to waterproof it to prevent more damage occurring. Wall painting
A burst pipe, rising damp or mould growth can cause problems in your home, each with its own unique solution. As well as waterproofing your house, you’ll need to repair the damage done – which is often cause to call a wall painting expert. They’ll be able to come into your home, repair the damage and give your walls a fresh new look.