Wall Leakage Repair

Wall Leakage Repair Singapore Specialist

The problem with wall leakages:

Your walls might have invisible cracks that are causing water leaks behind the wallboard of your home or office building. You need to find these areas before they lead to bigger problems down the line, as water leakage in general can cause mold, rot, and structural damage to your premise.

Getting a reliable wall leakage specialist can save you thousands of dollars in repairs – by finding where water is leaking into your walls and how it is getting there, and thereby implementing the right wall leakage solution.

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With our wall leakage repair service, we will find all of the cracks in your walls and provide you with the best waterproofing solution suitable for your property type. We are leakage experts who find invisible cracks where water can leak into your home, office or business.

Once we’ve found them, our team will make sure no more water comes through these tiny holes by applying high-quality caulking solutions directly onto each crack until it is completely sealed off from moisture infiltration sources like rainwater penetration, sprinkler systems leakage etc… This way any future leaks will not affect any structural components of your property such as floor slabs foundation walls roof trusses ceilings etc.

Signs of Wall Leakages

Cracks on Walls

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White To Yellowish Stains (Accumulation of Salt)

Peeling / Bubbling Paint

Why Engage Us
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Accurate Leak Detection

We provide professional accurate leak detection services to trace the source of water leakages

Long-term Solutions

Everything that we do - from using the latest technology and materials aim at improving our clients' quality of life in the long-term

Cost-effective & Affordable

We offer cost-effective solutions that best fit your purpose and solves leakage issues efficiently

Common Causes of Wall Seepage

Wall deterioration is usually caused by poor building or neglect (lack of maintenance) over time.

– Poor waterproofing systems implemented
Inadequate curing time for concrete structures
– Failure to prep surfaces against moisture, that might result in spalling
– Leaves and debris clogging drainage, leading to puddles
– Pipe leakages
– Water can’t drain off because there isn’t enough of a slope or gradient
– Water build up between wall and floor – causing accumulation and subsequently water damage

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Types of Wall Leakage Solutions

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(1) Parapet Wall Leakage

Roof and wall junctions, known as parapets, require special attention to prevent rainwater from seeping in. Materials are generally used to create a waterproof barrier beneath the coping to protect against rainwater penetration.

(2) Foundation Wall Leakage

The basement walls might eventually be infiltrated by water, which could jeopardize the structural integrity of the structure. In severe situations, waterproofing the foundation wall necessitates some degree of excavation around the home’s perimeter.

(3) Basement Wall Leakage

In many circumstances, basement water leaks are caused by pipe connections and fenestration joints. In severe situations, water may penetrate into the concrete structures and move into the building foundations.

Basement waterproofing methods include applying waterproofing paint, coating, or even a membrane (whichever applicable) on the interior walls, which prevents water from entering but is not a long-term solution since water may seep through the gaps into the concrete over time. For the long-term durability of the structure, exterior wall waterproofing, especially foundation waterproofing, is essential.

(4) Retaining Wall Leakage

Retaining walls that are built to contain soil need constant waterproofing, since they are subjected to hydrostatic pressure as a result of standing water. This might cause water seepage and dampness entry through fractures in the concrete, causing the wall to become unstable over time.

(5) Concrete Wall Waterproofing

Concrete and brick walls, especially in wet regions that are subject to dampness on a regular basis, require cementitious waterproofing. It entails the use of a flexible liquid membrane to form a water-resistant barrier.

(6) Other Visible Wall Leakages

Such as shower wall leakage. It is critical to waterproof shower walls since grout joints are not water-resistant. This will aid in the prevention of leaks and the reduction of fungus formation due to excessive moisture penetration through the surfaces.

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Common Questions About
Wall Leakages In Singapore

Q: How Do I Know I'm Experiencing a Wall Leakage?

Water leaks are caused by a variety of factors, including poor plumbing, rainwater draining down the inside of the walls or due to a cracked and leaking foundation.

Leaks that last for months or years can cause damage to your walls and, in severe cases, mold problems. Looking for signs of water damage in your walls, such as peeling paint or wallpaper, or patches of discoloration, may help you find leaks.

Indoor mustiness might signal a leak in the ceiling or walls. Find out where your water is leaking by using a water meter or making holes into your walls.

Q: Can Plumbers Detect Leaks Behind Walls?

If your plumber is trained and knows how to use an infra-red camera, he or she might be able to locate the source of the leak by detecting a difference in heat. Finding the source of the leak by cutting into the wall: this is often a last resort option.

Q: What Causes Wet Walls?

Either moisture is unable to get out of your home, or there is moisture coming in. The most frequent causes of moisture in a home are condensation, leaks, poor waterproofing techniques and an inability to drain.

Q: How Long Does It Take For Mold To Grow On Wet Drywall?

Watertight drywall, on the other hand, quickly becomes a breeding ground for mold after it gets wet. Mold growth can occur in as little as 24 hours, but you may not notice the damage until a week or longer.

Q: Can Wet Drywall Be Dangerous?

Yes. Water-damaged drywall can become hazardous. When you’re working with soggy drywall ceilings, this is a critical safety issue. Wet drywall also provides a breeding ground for mold, which can exacerbate health problems in people who are already experiencing certain health issues.

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