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A Guide to Waterproofing Concrete House Roofs by Projex Group

Concrete roof waterproofing from Projex Group

Concrete roofs have been an integral part of modern architecture for decades. Although they are typically seen as rooftops for commercial buildings, with changes to styles and architecture for residential buildings, homes are now also being constructed using this roofing method, with concrete shingles also starting to become popular in residential home structures. Even though concrete has been chosen as a superior material for both housing and commercial structures, it doesn't mean that it is able to avoid the elements like other materials do.

Waterproofing is one way you can help avoid damage from occurring earlier than anticipated and will inevitably help your concrete roof to last a lot longer. Adding waterproofing to your roof is a great way to protect your building and is well worth the investment.

Concrete flat roof construction and issues

We have all seen the types of roofs where you will see the design incorporate a flat roof in order to make it look both appealing and elegant in style. However, proper design of such a roof style is required in order to ensure rainwater is drained away from the roof as soon as possible. 'Water-ponding', or the stagnation of water due to rainfall on such roofs, is the leading cause of deterioration of concrete materials in roofing.



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