Wellington NZ Roof And Deck Liquid Waterproofing Commercial Services Launched

Waterproofing Wellington updated its range of professional and affordable liquid waterproofing solutions for commercial and industrial clients in Wellington, the Hutt Valley and Kapiti.

Lower Hutt, New Zealand - May 23, 2020 /PressCable/ —

Waterproofing Wellington announced the launch of an updated range of liquid waterproofing solutions for commercial and industrial clients. The company has extensive experience working with commercial roofs, decks and internal gutters.

More information can be found at https://waterproofingwellington.nz

Waterproofing allows owners to protect their building’s barriers against the outside elements. The newly launched commercial and industrial liquid waterproofing services at Waterproofing Wellington help provide an additional layer of protection from wear, decay, and leaks caused by rain, snow, ice and wind.

Waterproofing one’s business will help business owners avoid costly repairs and strengthen the foundation of their building. By working with a professional waterproofing company, owners ensure that leakage problems are fixed and stopped from reoccurring.

With extensive training and years of experience, the professionals at Waterproofing Wellington can detect the root cause of water leakage with accuracy. In addition, they are adept at tackling unforeseen situations and challenges such as water pooling with fast and efficient remedial solutions.

The waterproofing team use cutting-edge technologies and techniques to deliver high-quality installation, exceptional customer care and proven solutions that are durable and cost-effective. Having performed countless waterproofing projects with success, they can ensure the work is executed with minimum disruptions and within the set timeframe.

Amidst the global health crisis, Waterproofing Wellington is strictly following the authorities’ recommendations and taking as many proactive actions as possible to protect its clients and staff.

For more information about the company’s Coronavirus protocol, clients are recommended to contact the team at Waterproofing Wellington directly.

A spokesperson for the company said: “We utilize the most recent technology to guarantee we give our customers results that last. As a feature of our quality certification, we ensure the utilization of the highest quality items and gear. We ensure that our products are the best and give you a ten year warranty.”

Interested parties can find more by visiting the above-mentioned website.

Contact Info:
Name: David Batchelor
Email: Send Email
Organization: Waterproofing Wellington
Address: 67 Port Road, Lower Hutt, Wellington 5010, New Zealand
Phone: +64-21-736-577
Website: https://waterproofingwellington.nz

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88958625

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