JUTA UK specialise in the provision of waterproofing systems that are employed to upgrade existing basement rooms, waterproof new buildings or convert damp, unused spaced below ground into dry, habitable rooms.
Structural waterproofing below ground is a highly specialised operation and must be undertaken by contractors and designers who have the requisite levels of skill, understanding and experience. Failures resulting from inadequate specifications or poor workmanship can be very costly. JUTA UK has a technical team who specialise in structural waterproofing are able to work with the client to design a suitable waterproofing solution.
Waterproofing in existing underground structures is usually undertaken by applying waterproof membranes to the inside walls and floors or by using drained cavity technology (TYPE C membranes).
Waterproofing techniques are defined in BS8102:2009, the British Standard for “Protection of structures against water from the ground”.
The following drawings detail how our JUTA and GP Titan products must be used. For further details on any of the information included in these standard details then please don't hesitate to get in touch with our team.View Drawing List