Balcony Waterproofing and Tiling

Optimise the value of your building with balcony repairs.

The extent of balcony repairs can range from simple retiling to more complex waterproofing involving balcony leaks.

Leaking balconies need to be addressed quickly because of the potential to cause substrate damage and water ingress into the interior of the property. Additionally, leaking balconies can represent an extreme liability due to the safety risk they pose to tenants. Some of the risks of leaving a leaking balcony untreated include:

  • Water penetration of the surrounding external walls
  • Visible water penetration in dwellings below or adjacent to the balcony
  • Damage to electrical systems causing power outages or dangerous charges
  • A rare, yet highly dangerous balcony collapse

Whether you need to undertake balcony repairs in isolation or part of a larger project, Remedial staff are experienced in identifying the origin of all leaks, implementing the latest waterproofing technologies as well as tiling and restoring the balcony to a safe and presentable condition.

If your balcony contains planter boxes, we also offer specialised planter box replacement services to deliver a holistic solution for your balcony.

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