Toilet Waterproofing

About toilet leakage

In older buildings, toilets are the most common area where leakage starts. This is due to the collapse of the waterproofing membrane on the floor over time. The water eventually enters the slab through the gaps between the tiles and enters the room below, causing damage to the ceiling and other furnishings.

Due to the wet cement of the peeling paint, the roof deterioration can be seen with very clear color changes. In the long run, this can lead to the formation of toxic moulds and the dangers of electrocution. Therefore, effective waterproofing is important for the welfare of residents. We aim to close the sources from the leakage point. One method is to use our flood infusion method, which is a cost-effective solution that involves hacking tiles and not relaying of tiles.

Signs of toilet leaks

Toilets and bathrooms are the areas most at risk for water in your home. Considering the volume of water and the frequency, the water seepage is almost done if the waterproofing system is depleted. This can usually cause leakage problems in some cases, directly under the roof or in adjacent rooms.

A well mounted waterproofing system usually lasts more than a decade without leakage problems, but older features may experience some leakage problems. Some obvious signs of water leaks are yellow or flaky roof boards, moisture and wet paint work on the roof, mould and stains, and visible water drops.

Common causes of bathroom leakage

This gravity ensures that water always travels faster and vertically through a less resistant path. If your floor has a gap or cracks in the waterproofing system, cracks can damage other areas of your home.

Another risk of bad waterproofing is that it can cause water droplets on your electrical equipment, causing the risk of electrocution. Therefore, it works to prevent efficient waterproof obstacles between your bathroom tiles and bottom material, which saves space from growing mouldy.

Toilet Leakage Repair

Due to water seepage, toilet leakage is addressed through various repair methods. After reinstalling the cement and waterproofing membranes, the most common method is to finish the flooring and replace the floor tiles. This method ensures that the new waterproofing system is installed correctly, but the drawback is that it is very expensive and time consuming.

Other options are equally effective, but come with the benefit of cost-saving methods. That is why the flood infusion method has become popular for homeowners in recent years because of its ease, effectiveness, and low cost.

Whichever solution you choose, you should be able to prevent leakage by successfully closing the end cracks. When properly repaired, the water leakage problem is immediately solved. To find the most appropriate repair method for your case, you need an experienced contractor to survey and properly assess your specific condition before recommending the most cost-effective repair method for you.

If you notice any other toilet leak symptoms in your home, contact us immediately and we can advise you according to years of leak repair experience with our trained staff.