Waterproofing isn’t about merely blocking the water. It's about creating a barrier, a protective shield that doesn’t let moisture seep into the structure. The objective is twofold: preventing water ingress and ensuring the building remains robust and dry, regardless of the weather conditions.
For roof waterproofing to be effective, it must address multiple challenges:
❐Flexibility: The waterproofing solution should be elastic enough to handle the natural expansion and contraction of the building materials without cracking.
❐Durability: It should withstand the test of time, persistent rain, and the harsh sun.
❐Compatibility: The solution should bind seamlessly with various roofing materials, from concrete to tiles.
The quest for the ultimate roof waterproofing solution brings us to a revolutionary product: Dulux Aquashield Waterproof Roofcoat.
Here’s why this product stands out:
❐Easy Application: You don't need to be a painting pro. This roofcoat is user-friendly and straightforward to apply. Three coats are all you need. It’s not just about layering, but building a robust shield. Each coat contributes to forming a resilient barrier that stands as your roof’s first line of defence against unpredictable weather. The three-step application process is straightforward and effective, making sure that either it is heavy monsoon or intense heat, your home remains safe and water seepage-free.
❐Unbeatable Protection with HydroResist Technology: At the heart of the Dulux Aquashield Waterproof Roofcoat is the stellar HydroResist Technology. This groundbreaking tech ensures that an impenetrable tough film is formed over porous surfaces, effectively bridging cracks, and, most importantly, preventing water seepage. Your roof is safeguarded not just from water but also from carbonation and fungal attacks.
❐Flexibility with Elastomeric Properties: One of the common issues with paints and coatings is cracking due to the natural movements of a building. With its strong elastomeric properties, this roofcoat ensures flexibility, drastically reducing the chances of paint cracking.