Flat Roof Waterproofing – Liquasil DG Rapid
Liquasil DG (Dilapidations Grade) Rapid is designed for quick installation on flat roof refurbishment projects.
Liquasil DG Rapid BBA Certificate
Flat Roof Waterproofing – Liquasil Ultra Rapid
Premium grade, low odour waterproofing using hybrid polymers for new-build & high-profile installations.
Liquasil Ultra Rapid BBA Certificate
By integrating a high quality glass fibre mat into the initial embedment coat, the unique hybrid coating is significantly strengthened.
BBA Approved for application to many substrate type,
these systems can be accelerated (optionally) to provide a quick cure, even in colder conditions.
Both systems provide exceptional UV resistance and will accept foot traffic without the need for additional reinforcement or aggregate, though designated walkways are available if required.
Both systems will save time and money because of the speed of installation – there’s no waiting between coats.
Advantages of Liquasil DG Rapid
Cheaper than many other flat roof waterproofing systems
Ease & speed of application
Cost effective without compromise
Tested life expectancy at least 20 years
Strong & flexible
Made in England
Designed for dilapidations surveyors by dilapidations surveyors
Advantages of Liquasil Ultra Rapid
Extra-strong reinforcement for greater service life
Low Odour formulation
Made for high-spec buildings
Tested life expectancy at least 25+ years
Made in England
Designed with the professional specifier in mind
Advantages of Roof Surveys
There are many types of flat roof substrates used on commercial property in the UK, including felt, concrete, metal, timber, asphalt, single ply systems and more.
Each substrate type has its own advantages and disadvantages, but when a leak occurs one any type of substrate, the result is the same – water inside the building!
Liquasil’s flat roof waterproofing systems are designed to prevent leaks and they are very effective at doing so.
However, before rushing to completely refurbish a flat roof, it’s wise to get it surveyed.
A flat roof survey by an independent and suitably qualified firm (not a roofing contractor) will diagnose any issues on the roof that could be causing water ingress.
This could range from breaches in the current covering, such as felt or single ply, to something as simple as a loose coping stone on a parapet wall.
Just because there is a leak, it doesn’t mean that you have to completely renew the roof covering – though as roof coating manufacturers, we’d like to think you might consider our products.
Before we accept any flat roof waterproofing project using our products, we like to inspect it to make sure that once complete, the roof wil no longer leak.
This allows us the opportunity to examine other aspects of the roof that mightneed attention during the coating works. It also allows us to consider things like flues, drains, upstands, parapet walls and of course, the condition of the structural deck itself.
Nobody wants their waterproofing system to fail, so its best to choose a manufacturer who cares enough to perform some due diligence before a contract starts.
Flat roof waterproofing – we strongly recommend a full roof survey, including core sampling to make sure that your waterproofing solution is specified correctly.
Please call 0121 709 5352 and one our surveying team will take you through the process and provide you with whatever information you need to make an informed decision.