Liquid Rubber Waterproofing Systems

Liquid rubber waterproofing is a versatile and effective method used to create a waterproof barrier on various surfaces. It involves applying a liquid rubber coating or sealant to a surface, which then cures and forms a flexible, impermeable membrane that prevents water infiltration. This method is commonly used for a wide range of applications, including:

  1. Roof Waterproofing: Liquid rubber can be applied to roofs, whether flat or sloped, to create a seamless, watertight seal. It’s particularly useful for repairing and protecting roofs from leaks.
  2. Foundation Waterproofing: To prevent water from seeping into basements or crawl spaces, liquid rubber can be applied to the exterior or interior of foundation walls.
  3. Pond and Pool Liners: Liquid rubber is often used to create durable and waterproof liners for ponds, pools, and other water features.
  4. Deck and Balcony Coatings: Liquid rubber coatings can protect and waterproof outdoor decks and balconies, prolonging their lifespan.
  5. RV and Trailer Roof Repair: Liquid rubber is commonly used to repair and waterproof the roofs of recreational vehicles (RVs) and trailers.
  6. Sealing Leaks: It’s an effective solution for sealing leaks in various surfaces, including metal, concrete, wood, and more.
  7. Gutter and Downspout Repair: Liquid rubber can be used to repair and waterproof gutters and downspouts, preventing water damage to buildings.
  8. Planter Box Lining: It’s used to line planter boxes and raised garden beds to prevent water from seeping into the surrounding soil.

The benefits of liquid rubber waterproofing include its ease of application, flexibility, and durability. It can conform to irregular shapes and withstand extreme weather conditions. Additionally, it can often be applied without the need for special equipment or extensive surface preparation.

The application process typically involves cleaning and preparing the surface, then applying the liquid rubber coating using a brush, roller, or spray method. Multiple coats may be required to achieve the desired thickness and waterproofing properties. After application, the liquid rubber cures and forms a seamless, waterproof barrier.

It’s important to choose the appropriate type of liquid rubber and follow the manufacturer’s instructions for proper application and curing times to ensure an effective and long-lasting waterproofing solution.