Waterproofing strips guaranteed to keep damp and rainwater out


Source: Russetts Development Ltd

Water proofing strips, sometimes referred to as waterproofing membranes, are an essential component of both residential and commercial buildings. At Russetts Developments Ltd we supply water proofing strips made for cladding, facades and external window frames of buildings, all of which are subject to damage caused by wind, damp and rainwater.

Ensuring buildings are waterproof is especially important in a country like England, where heavy rainfall means many buildings fall victim to water damage and the presence of damp. Waterproofing strips ensure your building is properly sealed and protected from water, damp and wind and it’s best to be proactive rather than waiting until damage has occurred.

More about waterproofing strips

  • EPDM rubber is an ideal material for water proofing strips because it does not pollute the run-off rainwater.
  • Water proofing strips are incredibly strong and flexible, meaning they remain virtually unchanged over decades and don’t shrink, melt, harden or crack.
  • They can withstand temperatures from -40 C to +120 C.

Residential and commercial buildings are subjected to environmental and structural stresses and in order to keep a building in prime condition waterproofing is necessary. Waterproofing strips help preserve the life of a building and are designed to stand the test of time. EPDM waterproofing membranes are not affected by extreme temperatures, extreme weather conditions, or ultraviolet rays.

If you would like more information about EPDM waterproofing membranes available from Russetts Developments, or if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us today. Discover why so many people rely on us for waterproofing strips to keep buildings and structures free from damage caused by damp, rainwater and wind. We look forward to hearing from you.

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