Basic conditions for waterproofing
Absolutely necessary water resistance to your home. Basis waterproofing is a critical step in maintaining home value and is an important measure to prevent very serious damage. Generally, the professionals carried out by foundation waterproofing are generally not recommended as a do-it-yourself project. Your home is probably the biggest investment and the waterproofing of the foundation is essential to protect the investment. Ideally, basic waterproofing is done by building the house, but due to settling years and water leakage or neglect, entrepreneurs often leave their homes unprotected.
A short-term waterproofing method is the black tar for waterproofing the primer, but this is certainly not recommended. Keep in mind that this is a very short-term method that is dry, cracked and let the water turn back within five to eight years. From a technical point of view, tar is a moisture-proofing method, not a waterproofing method. If you decide to try self-priming waterproofing, we recommend using a rubberized fluid membrane, which is basically the same as car tires. The liquid membrane is quick to dry, cheap and generally easy to apply. Can be used with a roller, sprayer or trowel. Keep in mind that this method has the potential to prevent the membrane from being applied. Be sure to use it properly. Again, the basic waterproofing is usually reserved for professionals. There are materials and methods for those who want to do this, but it is a good idea to first research, as it is important to do the right job.