Waterproofing Retaining Walls

October 06, 2017

Waterproof Retaining Walls

Retaining Walls, Basements & Foundations

Retaining walls can be very difficult to waterproof effectively.

Especially if the wall is a part of a foundation, built on the boundary and access is tight.​

Using Liquid Rubber Membranes for Retaining Walls

Challenging sites like this mean that waterproofing expertise is critical.

Here at F.E.W​ Waterproofing we excel at providing waterproofing solutions to difficult construction problems.

Having worked as a builder, we utilize both construction knowledge and waterproofing experience to provide a professional service. ​

Specialist Waterproofing Contractors

F.E.W Waterproofing have developed a specific cloaking process using Liquid Rubber to ensure a robust, impervious waterproof barrier that is expertly applied between the outside face of the walls and the material (positive tanking). 

This method is quick, simple and fast - you can get on with construction.

After curing Liquid Rubber provides a tough highly elastomeric seamless impervious barrier to moisture.

This provides a perfect waterproof coating for soil, concrete, masonry blocks, prefabricated panels and bricks. ​

Spray Applied Waterproofing Membranes 

Liquid Rubber is spray applied seamlessly onto masonry, concrete, steel or metal. 

Flexible and elastic so can move with substrate. 

Unlike most coatings, can be applied on damp surfaces. 

Installation is quick and cost effective. 

Continuous membrane down to slab join. 

A liquid waterproof coating is a tough & robust membrane. 

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