8 11, 2016

Notes from a Balcony Inspection

By | November 8th, 2016|News|

The property was inspected by Mr P. Evans, Registered Builder, Trade Qualified, Certified Waterproofer, Vice President of The Australian Institute of Waterproofing, Cert 111 OH & S, 40 yrs in Construction. Here are his notes, which are a great read for anyone in the constructon industry: Upon inspecting the balcony without performing invasive testing ( [...]

8 11, 2016

Making the Most of the AIW Logo

By | November 8th, 2016|News|

If you are a member of the Australian Institute of Waterproofing, you are entitled to a number of benefits. These include access to technical information and drawings, trainings and additional exposure through our waterproofing directory. However one of the biggest advantages of being an AIW member is often overlooked. That advantage is the rights to [...]

5 09, 2016

The History of Waterproofing

By | September 5th, 2016|News|

Ever wonder how long waterproofing has been around? Amazingly, it has been part of human dwelling construction for over 13,000 years, viewed by a number of people as the third oldest trade, behind only carpentry and masonry. It came about from the desire to protect our shelters from the elements, and not surprisingly, has seen [...]