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    FEW Waterproofing is the Certified Applicator for Liquid Rubber waterproof membranes

    FEW Waterproofing

    Waterproofing and protective coating specialists, FEW Waterproofing is the Certified Applicators for Liquid Rubber, an innovative single coat environmental waterproofing membrane system for the commercial build environment.

    Liquid Rubber waterproof membranes provide a strong, flexible, seamless membrane with superior adhesion qualities to protect structures from the harmful effects of water, chemicals or bacterial attack.

    The simple cold spray application process requires minimal surface preparation, and also meets the ever increasing requirements of environmental and health and safety considerations. Completely free of VOCs, the waterproof membranes consist of stable, non-toxic, odourless, non-flammable components, which do not present storage or transport hazards prior to, during or following application.
     
    Liquid Rubber is a proven product in the North American market for over 20 years.
     
    Key benefits of Liquid Rubber waterproof membranes:

    • One coat system
    • Minimal surface preparation
    • Environment-friendly with no VOC content
    • Non-toxic and odourless
    • High puncture resistance
    • Seamless with no laps
    • Fully bonds to most substrates
    • Does not track
    • Ozone and UV resistant
    FEW Waterproofing has provided specialised waterproofing services for prestigious projects such as the National Gallery Canberra, the Mullum Mullum tunnel and the Eastlink freeway as well as the AGL Power Station.

    The FEW Waterproofing team has all the training and knowledge required for industrial and commercial projects. The company is OHS compliant with current certification in Traffic Control, Forklift, Hoist Material, Working with Children and First Aid. FEW Waterproofing is Working at Heights qualified and also has Elevated Work Platform tickets.
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