It is in the nature of things that listed and culturally interesting buildings come with the moisture and dampness that has accumulated over the years. Exactly this moisture is the basis for corrosion processes. KEMPEROL Waterproofing Systems eliminate this problem. Since they are applied as a liquid, they ensure permanently elastic and crack bridging waterproofing in very tight spaces and intricate connections between balusters, round details and edges.
The almost unlimited design options provided by quartz sand scattering additionally enable visual continuity so that the overall appearance of the building is not changed at all.
Waterproofing systems for listed buildings
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Manitoga Exhibition Center in the USA
Refurbished green roofs
Russel Russel Wright (1904 – 1976) was one of the most outstanding designers of the twentieth century and one of the most important figures in...
Restoration of Kiley Garden in Tampa - USA
A green roof on the car park
Kiley Park is a green roof on top of a car park. Structurally speaking, this quickly caused problems. After only a few years, water was found to be...
Refurbishing the roof of St. Thomas’ Church in Karlsruhe
KEMPEROL FALLSTOP: Let there be light – but with more safety!
Forty-four skylight domes positioned at approx. 40 cm intervals on a roof measuring just 200 m² – this was the almost ideal-typical scenario for...
Waterproofing the observation deck of the Hamburg Michel
The city’s “balcony” re-waterproofed professionally
The Hamburg Michel is one of the Hanseatic city’s most famous buildings. The 132-metre-high spire of the protestant St. Michaelis Church has been a...
Waterproofing the roof of the “House of Terror” in Budapest
Waterproofing with alpine rope techniques
The location of the house could not be better. Unfortunately, its history has been less than peaceful. A museum-memorial reflecting on the terrifying...
All quantities and times are approximate and without guarantee. For color specifications, absolute RAL match can not be guaranteed.