Updated: Mar 4
This guide is a materials breakdown per square meter of waterproofing works. All you have to do is to multiply the factors below with your computed total area (in square meter). All in straight-to-the-point calculations.
The link below might help you if you are into DIR one-story residential construction.
To give you ideas, liquid and preformed membrane waterproofing are ideal for roof deck and suspended swimming pools. If you are only doing waterproofing for your second floor toilet and bath, cement-base waterproofing is fair enough.
Check other construction data with the same concept on the links below.
These are shared here for the non-technical people to do their own material computation without the need to ask or hire engineers or quantity surveyors.
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