Are you are suffering with a cold house, rising damp or penetrating damp? House Guard’s exterior wall solutions can help.
WHY CHOOSE SECOFLEX COLOURED EXTERIOR WALL COATINGS?
- SecoFLEX is a unique coloured masonry protective coating which is 400% Elastomeric – This means it will NOT peel or flake.
- The formula is 100% waterproof, preventing the development of penetrating damp.
- SecFLEX exterior wall coatings are microporous meaning treated properties are left with a fully breathable system.
- The unique coloured coating features a high film thickness which bridges cracks and imperfections, creating a smooth finish.
- Unlike other exterior wall coatings on the market, SecoFLEX has a U.V and Alkali resistance which ensures that the application wont discolour over time.
- The coating is also protected against sodium and damaging salts from the coast and main roads.
- Finally, SecoFLEX has a long life expectancy which reduces maintenance costs.
Damp walls are thermal bridges – If moisture collects in the pores of your brickwork, more heat is transferred than would be possible if they were waterproofed and filled with air. Our products eliminate this, ensuring you a more energy efficient home.
Our products have been independently tested to confirm these exceptional characteristics, so you can be rest assured – that by having a SecoFLEX or SecoMUR installation on your property, your giving your home the best, long lasting and energy efficient protection currently available on the market today.
SECOFLEX IS 100% WATERPROOF
SecoFLEX wall coatings are 100% waterproof at consumption levels from 1 kg/m2 (DFT > 0.3 mm).
The formulas 400% elasticity results in the permanent bridging of cracks & fissures. It also remains flexible at temperatures as low as – 20°C.
SECOFLEX IS BREATHABLE
The wall coating creates a constantly breathing system which provides sufficient permeability to water vapour, allowing walls to “breathe”
PROTECTION FROM SALT CORROSION
Salts corrode masonry brickwork. SecoFLEX however can protect your property from damaging salts, also known as Chloride, which are found in coastal environments and in the salts used to grit roads in winter which can easily splash properties.
INFLUENCE OF CHLORIDE ON THE CORROSION OF CONCRETE
Damaging chloride salts can enter your wall areas for a number of reasons, through prolonged coastal exposure, through exposure to wet stray salts from the roads in winter and through the use of hygroscopic salts i.e. calcium-chloride to give the concrete a faster hardening.
INFLUENCE OF SALTS ON BRICKWORK
An ongoing corrosion process is taking place.
Hydrogen gas is evolved making the steel brittle thereby reducing its reinforcement properties.
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