Waterproofing balconies throw up their own raft of problems and we strongly suggest you contact one of our time served paint specialists for advice as…
Firstly, the degree of anti-slip coating and floor paint required is something that will need to be calculated to make sure you have complete protection. This will be governed by the exposure to weather and varying factors need to be taken into consideration. For example if your balcony has a solid wall preventing driving rain or open railings allowing rain, ice and pooling water also if it is westerly facing or not you may have to consider a different product to that if none of these factors were in place.
Another factor which needs to be considered is the exposure to the costal weather with salt in the air as this may have an impact on the suitable balcony waterproofing paint you require.
Secondly there is the feasibility of applying the balcony floor paint coatings as access to the property for the tenants whilst the paint (often 3 to 4 coats) is drying may cause an issue. Also paint dries a lot slower as the temperature drops, many stop curing below 5 degrees C. If the paint dries too quickly, the contractor is unable to lay the coating, If it is too slow, disruption to the tenants is increased.
A tough, flexible paint for tarmac, asphalt or concrete to colour and protect drives, paths, balconies, car parks, playgrounds, tennis courts.
A two component flint reinforced solvent free polyamine cured, epoxy compound suitable for the protection of steel and concrete.
A 3 part, high solids, surface tolerant, abrasion resistant anti-corrosive epoxy coating with a selected blend of fused aluminium oxide.
A one part, elastic, low solvent containing, low odour, UV resistant, coloured, moisture triggered polyurethane resin coating.
A two pack water based quartz exterior coating suitable for balconies and terraces, offering high abrasion resistance.
A two part, elastic, 100% solids, very fast curing and coloured pure polyurea liquid applied membrane with good chemical resistance.
A two part adhesion promoting primer based on polyurethane resin for several Sikalastic systems.
A 2 part, solvent free, self levelling coating for floors such as mechanically loaded surfaces subject to foot and vehicle traffic.