February 9, 2007, Newsletter Issue #50: Waterproofing explained

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Waterproofing is the formation of an impervious barrier which is designed to prevent water entering or escaping from various sections of building structures. Internal areas that are waterproofed include bathrooms, shower recesses, laundries and toilets. Whilst external areas waterproofed extends to roofs, planter boxes, podiums, balconies, retaining walls and swimming pools.

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