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  • Internal waterproofing of walls is a process of applying waterproofing materials to the interior surface of walls to prevent water infiltration and moisture damage. Here's a general overview of the process:

    • 1. Surface Preparation: Clean the interior surface of the walls to remove any dirt, dust, or debris. Repair any visible cracks or damaged areas using suitable repair materials.

    • 2. Assessment and Planning: Assess the condition of the walls and identify areas prone to water infiltration, such as basement walls, bathroom walls, or areas adjacent to plumbing fixtures. Develop a waterproofing plan based on the specific needs of the walls and the intended use of the space.

    • 3. Selection of Waterproofing Materials: Choose appropriate waterproofing materials based on the type of walls, construction, and budget. Common materials used for internal waterproofing of walls include cementitious waterproofing coatings, liquid-applied membranes, and waterproofing paints.

    • 4. Application of Waterproofing Material: Apply the selected waterproofing material to the interior surface of the walls using a brush, roller, or sprayer, following the manufacturer's instructions. Ensure that the material is applied evenly and covers the entire surface to create a seamless barrier against water infiltration.Sealing Joints and Penetrations: Seal all joints, seams, and penetrations in the walls with waterproofing sealants or tapes to prevent water infiltration. Pay special attention to areas around plumbing fixtures, electrical outlets, and windows.

    • 5. Curing and Drying: Allow the waterproofing material to cure and dry according to the manufacturer's instructions. This may involve a waiting period of several hours or days, depending on the product and environmental conditions.

    • 7. Finishing: Once the waterproofing material is fully cured, finish the walls as desired. This may involve painting over the waterproofing material or applying wall coverings such as wallpaper or tiles.

    • 6. Regular Maintenance: Implement a regular maintenance schedule to inspect the interior waterproofing system and address any signs of damage or deterioration promptly. Clean the surface periodically to remove dirt, dust, and other contaminants that may compromise the waterproofing system's effectiveness.