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Planting Waterproofing

A very important element in any planter waterproofing is the structure on which it is installed. Repairs to the waterproofing membrane at later stages when the planters have been established can be costly, time consuming and disruptive for the buildings occupants and the living plants it houses. That is why Neuchatel Mastic Asphalt is the first choice for Waterproofing.

The biggest advantage in these situations is the flexibility of Neuchatel Mastic Asphalt, unlike traditional sheets systems it will follow the contours of the design with ease. It can be used on steps, planters, ponds, drainage channels, pits and garden features that require permanent waterproofing. It cures quickly and can be walked on within an hour or so, building materials can be stored on the membrane with no risk of damage to it.

It is 20mm thick (can be more depending on situation) almost as hard as concrete so there no risk of damage from landscaping activities and has been used for over 100 years in NZ. It is seamless, odourless and has a life expectancy of up to sixty years when exposed to weather elements. In a protected situation it life expectancy is much greater.

A very important element in any planter waterproofing is the structure on which it is installed. Repairs to the waterproofing membrane at later stages when the planters have been established can be costly, time consuming and disruptive for the buildings occupants and the living plants it houses. That is why Neuchatel Mastic Asphalt is the first choice for Waterproofing.

The biggest advantage in these situations is the flexibility of Neuchatel Mastic Asphalt, unlike traditional sheets systems it will follow the contours of the design with ease. It can be used on steps, planters, ponds, drainage channels, pits and garden features that require permanent waterproofing. It cures quickly and can be walked on within an hour or so, building materials can be stored on the membrane with no risk of damage to it.

It is 20mm thick (can be more depending on situation) almost as hard as concrete so there no risk of damage from landscaping activities and has been used for over 100 years in NZ. It is seamless, odourless and has a life expectancy of up to sixty years when exposed to weather elements. In a protected situation it life expectancy is much greater.

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