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ARCHITECTS, ENGINEERS, AND CONTRACTORS
BRING US ONBOARD THE DESIGN PROCESS
BECAUSE IT BENEFITS THEIR CLIENTS

-and make their own job both more qualified and easier

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There are two key concepts to consider
when designing waterproofing solutions:

1:1
and
GROUND-UP

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1. - BEFORE DESIGNING ANYTHING:

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04-15-REQUIREMENTS

IF YOU DON'T SET THE STAGE

- SOMEBODY ELSE WILL

99 out of 100 get the same impulsive thought when approaching waterproofing:

"What product should I use?"

And this is THE most common reason for failed waterproofing - simply because there are so many blanks you need to fill in before even thinking about products.

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2. - STRUCTURAL PARTS:

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03-13-SOLUTIONS

DIFFERENT STRUCTURAL PARTS

- DIFFERENT APPROACHES

If you design the entire solution the same way, you may end up with a lot of overkill - but what is even worse is that you may also end up with a lot of under-kill.

Differentiated waterproofing is in the interest of both your quality and your wallet.

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3. - DETAILS

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04-14-DETAILS

FAIL ON THE DETAILS

- AND NOTHING ELSE MATTERS ANYMORE

We say that 90% of your waterproofing focus should be on 10% of the structure

Most waterproofing designs could benefit from cutbacks on the general solution combined with extra effort on the details.

If you want to optimize both quality and price, this is where you place your attention.

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4. - THE PACKING

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05-02-MANUAL

KEEP EVERYTHING IN ONE PLACE

- BE ON THE SAME PAGE, PULL IN SAME DIRECTION, AT SAME PACE

One of the biggest problems in waterproofing is that everybody has their own perception of where they are going, and very often the waterproofing quality is lost in confusion.

Keeping all the waterproofing in ONE place, like our 1:1 MANUAL, gives you many benefits.

Everyone will be on the same page throughout the entire process.

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IMPROVING WATERPROOFING GLOBALLY