How to paint and protect your building from Water damage?

December 10, 2021
How to paint and protect your building from Water damage? -
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Although even if you have constructed tens of buildings for real estate with no exception, you can’t ignore the effect water can have on buildings. The statistics in fact show that around 2.5 million people are potentially affected by exposure to dampness in buildings in England alone.

Just like a poisonous drink is dangerous for us, the same goes for the water in a building. Water can cause a variety of other issues, such as structural deterioration and cosmetic roughness. You may be aware of the consequences of moisture as a property developer, but your clients may be unaware of how moisture might affect them.

Whenever there is water seepage in your building caused by rainy weather, sharp air, and high moisture, it could pose threats to the integrity of the buildings. Excessive and continuous concentrations of water can peel off the paint and cause severe damage to the plaster walls. Within a few days of water interaction with the walls, the walls can become unhealthy and potentially cause health hazards to the clients.

It could jeopardize the construction's trustworthiness and the quality of the materials, in addition to giving it a terrified look. The devastating effects of water on structures are unimaginable. As a result, you can take precautionary measures to protect them from the problems that water can cause.

Research and development have been a pillar of Thermilate Technologies for over a decade. They used nanotechnology to manufacture their solutions to add protective coats to your projects. The effectiveness of their products has been verified scientifically and has proven results. 

Technology such as Thermilate offers the benefit of ultimate protection from heat gain damage and moisture like no other decorating product range. Their products consist of paint, primer and sealers and are formulated to lock out moisture and prevent it from contacting the wall or roof, yet keeping your surface breathable. Thermilate can be applied to the exterior of the building to improve its thermal insulation. Applying thermilate technology to a long-term plan like this would not only benefit in terms of heat gain or loss but it would also benefit the aesthetics of the buildings for the long term and save all your projects from deterioration, maintence and excessive damage due to water and moisture. 

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