Concrete Planter Boxes Waterproofing
Identifying leaking planter boxes
Many structures, both residential and commercial in purpose, have planter boxes. Planter boxes offer an office or block of apartments, the potential for an ambient space of various plants. However, as these plants are in planter boxes, not the ground, when one cracks, creating a leak, then there can be severe consequences if left untreated.
The predominant identifiers for leaking planter boxes are:
- Stains on the outside of the planter box walls (sometimes the paint will also blister)
- A leak is coming through your ceiling and it is not clear water, more of a brown colour (from the water travelling through the soil in the plater box)
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Leaking Planter Box Causes?
Along with the above identifiers of leaking planter boxes, the most common causes are:
Tree roots and other plants
A root chases moisture trails through joints or any penetrations it finds. When it does it has the strength to tear a waterproof membrane apart, thus resulting in leaking planter boxes.
Movement of a structure can tear waterproofing membranes at the floor or connecting junctions. When torn, water travels freely, resulting in leaking concrete planter boxes.
Overwatering and heavy rain
Over watering or heavy rains can lead to water ingress, consequently resulting with leaking concrete planter boxes. Waterproofing easily solves this issue.
HOW BUSS CAN HELP With YOUR CONCRETE LEAKING PLANTER BOXES
BUSS have highly qualified waterproofing specialists available who can assess the level of water damage for both the interiors and exteriors of structures with planter boxes. With over 20 years of experience in both the commercial and residential waterproofing, we provide a high standard of work and proven results. Contact us below or call us on 08 9444 1732 for more information.
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