• Waterproofing a New Build Basement

    Waterproofing A New-Build Basement     On a daily basis we field inquiries about the best strategy for waterproofing a new-build basement. The waterproofing method adopted for a new-build basement requires careful consideration as failure to make the correct decision can have a major impact on the effectiveness of the system and the potential use

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  • Waterproofing a Basement Conversion

    Waterproofing A Basement Conversion The key when waterproofing a basement conversion is choosing the right products to achieve the degree of waterproofing required for the intended use of the basement. If it is to become a habitable space then a full waterproofing system would be needed. At Newton Waterproofing Systems, we would always recommend that

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  • Damp Proofing Internal Walls

    Damp Proofing Internal Walls With the high level of rainfall, the average home is subjected to a lot of rainwater, so it is no surprise that damp can become a big problem for many. Damp on internal walls can look very unsightly, often causes a bad smell in the house, and can cause permanent damage

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  • Waterproofing Or Damp Proofing? We are often asked to explain the difference between waterproofing and damp proofing and why one solution would be more suitable than an other. Consider The External Ground Levels If the dampness is showing in a property with external ground levels that are higher than the internal floor level, the moisture

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  • Improving Thermal Efficiency of External Walls

    Improving Thermal Efficiency Of External Walls How to dramatically improve the thermal efficiency of exterior walls using a combination of unique products from Newton Waterproofing Systems. Cold Walls Cause Condensation A damp wall is a cold wall. A cold wall attracts condensation. Condensation attracts mold. Your damp-wall and/or cold wall is certainly costing you money,

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  • Five Top Tips For Damp Problems! 1. Look around your house – is there a defect, crack or blockage through which water could be getting in?F This could be the cause of a penetrating damp problem. Penetrating damp problems are caused by defects within the building or plumbing system where water has been able to

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