NERO Decoupling and Waterproofing Membrane

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NERO Decoupling and Waterproofing Membrane

105.00

THE PROBLEMS:

1. Cracks in the subfoor

When renovating older foors, cracks can be present in the subfloor, making it impossible to installa safely watertight new tiled surface.

2. Stresses in the subfloor In the subfoor beneath the fooring it is possible for tensions to appear in materials, depending on the design and the kind of materials they are. These can then be transferred to the tiling and cause cracks to appear in it. For instance, with concrete, even after six months or after many years of expansion and contraction, deformation can occur. Cement and hot screed surfaces can also deform after tiles have been laid. Chipboard or plywood too can deform considerably due to absorption of moisture.

3. Damp from the subfloor. When laying on top of anhydrite screed, residual moisture from the screed itself can collect undert the tiles and damage the adhesive layer.

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