Posted on 17/12/21 in Case Studies

Dublin bar gets Wykamol seal of approval

When a Dublin bar called Lowes’s bar in Dublin 8 stated suffering with water ingress into the basement storage areas, Wykamol registered installer Quigley Preservations ltd jumped into action and spoke to the team at Wykamol about a design for this underground space.

The slab and wall floor junction were seeping water in at construction joints and this in turn was running across the floor areas and wetting the boxes of drinks.

Darren Quigley of Quigley preservations liaised on this issue with the technical design team at Wykamol to ask advice about the seeping joints.

A design was conducted using Water stop fast acting sealing joint sealer and hydra dry a crystalline cement-based coating across this wall floor junction also to function as primary resistance.

Then a cavity drain system linked with perimeter channels was also installed to give a dual protection system to the property.

This system was installed by the team at Quigley’s with little disruption to the remainder of the property.

Careful thought needs to go into projects like this and the team at Wykamol were there at every step with advice and conversations about design issues on projects like this.

Working alongside a network of Registered installers across the UK and Ireland Wykamol can look at projects and design a bespoke robust waterproofing design and if necessary, recommend a Registered installer to conduct works also.

Make sure that you choose a contractor that carries Cssw qualifications in waterproofing or choose Wykamol to create a design with our Pi covered insurance and Cssw design team.

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