Swimming Pool Waterproofing

Swimming pools are a delight to watch and provide an aesthetic look and assure a good quality of life to users. However if not treated properly, they prove to be an eyesore and a problem for podium structures, besides becoming a health hazard for residents. Since there is a need to store water continuously and is also subject to hydrostatic pressure, expert treatment and skilled manpower are required to do swimming pool waterproofing.

Our skilled workers under expert guidance work with advanced polymers and coatings to offer economical and effective swimming pool water proofing solutions.


  • Starts from Rs 45 per Sq ft

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The most common problem is the water that leaks through the joins of the tiles or broken tiles. If the base concrete is not water proofed properly, then water that seeps in through the tiles because of the hydrostatic pressure and then starts travelling through the concrete surface, posing structural problems. Other sources include, the leages in the plumbing system, filtration system, channel system etc.
Most of the time, the swimming pool is in on the ground or on a podium. The first thing that is noticed is the continuous decrease in the water level. The water seepage is also noticed in the ceiling below the swimming pool (if the pool is on the podium). Sometimes if the pool is in the ground, and if there is pressure from ground water, there have been cases when the water from outside also seeps into the swimming pool contaminating the water.
If the water leakage is purely because of the seepage from the tile joints and a few broken tiles, the broken tiles can be replaced and the tile jonig can be treated with water proofing chemicals, so that a leakage proof coating can be given, which can withstand the pressure and the normal wear and tear. If the source of the leakage is plumbing system, then a portion of the pool may have to be broken and the problem of the plumbing needs to be fixed.
Now a days, there are many advanced polymer treatments are available that offer good water proofing solutions for treating the swimming pools.
The water rpoofing chemicals we use and suggest are absolutely safe for usage. The chemicals are food grade and are also resistant to the chemicals that are used to keep the pool clean.
Waster proofing a water tank can cost anywhere from Rs 50 per sq ft to Rs 200 per sq ft depending on the nature of treatment, severity of problem and coatings used.
Waterproofing is a method which prevents water from penetrating your house. Waterproofing is very important as it helps keep your house dry. It helps reduce humidity inside the house and thereby protects things inside your house from damage caused due to humidity or water exposure. It is also important for the structural integrity of the building.
Before understanding waterproofing, we must know that water is fluid in nature and finds a natural and shortest path of unobstructed movement. So keeping this nature of water in mind we must try restricting the movement of it at the first place and hence waterproofing. As we know “Prevention is better than Cure” water proofing must be done at the first place ie, At the time of construction. All areas prone to water usage/ingress like bathrooms, kitchens, open balconies, chajjas, external walls, roofs, etc needs to be treated.
Water Proofing is important as it is a medium which carries lot of negatives. Specially in coastal areas, it carries sulphur and chlorides with it which causes corrosion of rebars. This results in reducing the volume of RCC structures like beams columns roof etc. It can further cause weakening of structure and may eventually become dilapidated and collapse without notice. In short, the durability of a structure is immensely affected. Even on non-structural elements the ingress of water can cause algae formation affecting the health of inhabitants causing health problems. Furnitures can rot and there can be electrocution if the electrical wires are wet. Also it causes unnecessary odours and looks bad.
Now-a-days the builders do carry out waterproofing treatments but its more of a regimen rather than being a primary and important aspect of construction. The products used by the builders may be good but they lack proper application and hence even in new structures within one year we find seepage issues.
The best way to prevent this is to go and inspect yourself while the building is under construction. Especially inspect the flat you are purchasing. Check for its sunk portions and find out leakages if any.
When you shift into your new apartment/house understand and check possible leaking areas before doing any interiors or else you will not be able to treat most of the areas and it becomes nerve wrecking to do the treatment later on.
Even if the builder has done a good job still these issues can happen as there is a settlement of any new structure for minimum one year so you will be able to see some cracks which would be visible. These cracks needs to be classified in terms of Settlement, Shrinkage and Structural cracks and needs to be treated accordingly. Experts job is to identify and repair. The cost of waterproofing is hardly any percentage to the building cost and so should be done at the first place.
We have experienced, dependable, and resilient crews that work to make each project a success for all our clients. We monitor our work load to allow that necessary attention to any project we commit to partner up with.


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