Promain offer an advanced range of basements paints, perfect for refurbishing your basement and other damp walls at home or at work.
Browsing through our range of products and you will find basement paints that have been designed and developed by the likes of Zinsser, Mapelastic and Rustoleum, including the bestseller ‘Zinsser Watertite Basement Waterproofing Paint’, perfect for damp, flaking or stained walls in basements or garages.
If you have any questions regarding the damp proofing garage and basement paints found in this section, please don’t hesitate to contact the technical support team. We will provide you with all the necessary information needed.
Paint for Waterproofing Basements use on Damp and Wet Walls, stops up to 34 lbs of water pressure.
Two-component, flexible cementitious mortar for waterproofing concrete surfaces subject to both positive and negative water pressure.
A two pack, solvent free, epoxy resin suitable for below ground or damp environments where concrete cannot be dried out.
For renovation for permanently damp walls, persistent damp flaking stained walls in cellars garages.
Specially formulated to provide an ultra resistant surface that prevents vapour, pressure and moisture build up, dampness from the substrate.
A water based matt internal emulsion paint specially formulated to resist mould growth for areas prone to intermittent damp conditions.
Limited airflow in rooms such as basements can cause mould to grow due to the damp surface. When this happens, a strong waterproofing paint is required to prevent the growth of mould and unsightly looking walls.
As it so happens, we have a range of solutions here to help you in your quest for a cleaner looking basement. Anti-fungal paints and coatings can be used to protect the surface from the growth of mould and products like Zinsser Water-Tite can be used to hold back the water pressure. Rustoleum Durbocem is an ideal solution for damp walls and surfaces too.
Durbocem has long been regarded as one of the best basement paints around. Once applied, it still allows the surface to breathe assuming all other existing paints and loose debris have been removed appropriately.
The garage and basement paints found within this section provide the answer to those of you looking to convert or improve existing cellars, garages or basements. These rooms in particular can be subject to flooding and wet areas, which can play a massive role in the deterioration of surfaces.
Areas of flooding or with a high water table create negative hydrostatic pressure, which is water pressure pushing at the paint coating from behind. When this happens, the coating can bubble, blister and flake. Coatings with poor adhesion properties will blister and ruin the look of your basement.
It’s important that the wall is clean and any loose material has been removed to ensure an effective renovation. Render additives such as Sika-1 can be mixed in with screeds in order to create a waterproofing layer. Mapei products such as Mapeplastic (which can also be used in Swimming Pools) are often used for basement projects.
Should you require on-site support or guidance on preparation and application, please get in touch with Promain and ask any questions you have relating to basement paints or any of the other products found within this section.