Traditionally, restoring a waterproof seal on terraces and balconies always leads to costly and time-consuming methods:
Hypothesis A. Demolition of the flooring and the existing screed; removal of the existing waterproof sheath; laying on-site of a new waterproof sheath; resurfacing of the sloped screen; supply and installation and grouting of a new floor.
Hypothesis B. Application of waterproof, coating layers, created using cement-plastic mixes, integrated with alkali-resistant fibreglass mesh and specific elastic strips for subsequent installation of a new floor.
Hypothesis C. Application of elastic polymer sheaths on adequately washed and prepared surfaces. This leads to radical modification of the original appearance of the floor.
THE PROBLEM IS WATER
UNDER THE BRIDGE
PROTECH BALCONY is a concentrated solution of silicone resins and catalysed organic polymers, low viscosity, conveyed in non-polar solvents determining deep penetration. The process described forms an internal, waterproof barrier, diffused, non-filming, high water repellent strength, to fill and seal porosity and micro-cracks up to 1 mm, without inhibiting breathability. PROTECH BALCONY revolutionises the concept of waterproofing of terraces and balconies. It can be installed extremely quickly, with the absence of impracticability because the treated surface can be used after a few hours. The essential phases can be re-assumed as such: