Welcome to Jacks Waterproofing NSW in Centennial Park

We are the ultimate waterproofing company in Centennial Park

Jack’s Waterproofing provides premium waterproofing options for residential and commercial interiors and exteriors in Centennial Park. Whether you’re refurbishing an old retro bathroom or building your dream house, we can handle any jobs of all sizes and troubles. Visit our website to learn more about the services we provide or call 0432 334 355 today to chat with one of our friendly employee.

Why us?

  • Friendly, Honest and on time
  • Quality Workmanship
  • We use the best Waterproofing products in the Centennial Park market
  • Bring your Quote and compare with our competitive prices
  • We are super-affordable
  • We are family owned and operated.
  • We value our clients!

Jack’s Waterproofing is well known for offering quality roofing options for some of the more challenging tasks in the area. Whether you are building your first house, an architecturally designed work of art or a commercial home, Jack’s Waterproofing can offer you a fast and dependable service from a skilled and devoted roofing team. You need to think of a Jack’s waterproofing shower choice to repair the dripping shower once and for all.

We offer waterproofing solutions in Centennial Park and Woollahra, Bondi Junction, Queens Park, Edgecliff, Waverley, Randwick, Double Bay, Bellevue Hill, Bondi, Bronte. Call us today!

It‘s important that you choose the best service proper for your scenario, something which your local Megasealed ™ consultant will help you with upon estimating at the website.

Our Centennial Park Services

bathroom wet areas Centennial ParkWater penetration through ceramic tiles in bath/shower spaces and other wet areas triggered by leakages, floods, substrate motion, and grout failure can cause comprehensive costs and much hassle to all those parties included.

Jack’s waterproofing can set up an approved waterproofing system to avoid these problems listed above.

Balconies and balconies can differ in size & construction – this will influence the choice of the waterproof membrane. There are lots of factors to consider to take into consideration including deck movement, differential movement, drain, waterproofing connection at expansion joints, drain outlets, deck surfaces and most important what is below the balcony or terrace– car parking? Habitable space?

Jack’s waterproofing can provide an ideal product for your needs.

Modern flat roofings tend to use a continuous membrane covering which can better withstand pools of standing water. These membranes are used as a continuous sheet where possible, though sealants and heat welding is readily available to allow for bonding numerous sheets and handling structures penetrating the roof surface and forms a homogenous layer impervious to wetness.

Spalling likewise know as Concrete Cancer is an outcome of water getting in brick, concrete or natural stone and forcing the surface to peel, pop out or flake off. This is because there is salt in water. Salt presses external from the inside. Ultimately, spalling can cause falling apart and destruction of a structure.

Structure or restoration of water features. We are qualified plumbers in Centennial Park.

Internal and external areas in colored non-slip coatings. Treatment of tiled areas to give more grip.

Centennial Park concrete crack repairConcrete crack repair work and concrete cancer treatment. High pressure crack injection to stop leakages.

Sealing new and existing water tanks.

Expert in unfavorable side waterproofing of internal and external retaining walls.

Our Basement Renovation Starts With Permanent Waterproofing

basement waterproofing Centennial ParkBasement improvement can include lots of extra home to your house but beware; basement water leakage could put a real damper on your hopes if not correctly fixed.
There are two conditions you should address for a dry basement, actual water leakage, and condensation. Water leakage is a pretty obvious issue to property owners but lots of are uninformed of the issues that high humidity can cause to a completed basement.

Humidity Issues

Because a basement is listed below ground, it will be naturally cooler than the floors above ground. When warmer air from upstairs or outside goes into the basement, it shrinks in volume as it cools. This shrinking or “condensing” of the air volume results in higher humidity. Everything porous in your basement will absorb the extra wetness in the air and cause a foul smell. Dehumidifiers are devices which mechanically eliminate the undesirable extra humidity from your basement. A good dehumidifier is a should if you intend on remodeling your basement. Even a basement that doesn’t leak will gain from using a dehumidifier.

Water Leakage

Without doubt, water leakage into the basement should be permanently fixed before you start your improvement project. Start by remedying obvious sources of the issue; broken or non-existent gutter, downspouts emptying next to the structure, ground outside sloping toward the house, uncovered underground windows, etc
. After you tire all preventative steps outside, attempt to determine areas inside where you are experiencing the leakage. If a corner of the basement appears to be a specific issue, once again, look outside at your rain gutter downspouts. If you see fractures in the walls dripping, some of these can be repaired with hydraulic cement or crack injection. If water appears to be being available in from a separated area, installing a sump pump listed below floor level can lower the water table and underground hydrostatic pressure in that area. If you are uncertain or your issues seem to be extensive, it may be best to hire a building inspector, engineer or other expert to help you determine and fix your issue. There are a variety of services readily available to fix your leakage issues. These include; outside excavating, re-parging your walls, interior or exterior drain systems, interior cove systems, grout or epoxy injection and others. Most of these alternatives will require a professional.

Basement Renovation Begins

remodelling Centennial ParkIf you can spare the extra space, 2X6s are even better because they permit space for more insulation. Never ever, under any scenarios, nail furring strips onto the walls. Permeating the structure will jeopardize its barrier versus water.
Usage construction adhesive instead of nails or screws to adhere your bottom wall plate to the floor. It’s okay to nail the upper wall plates into the upper floor joists.
Do not glue down your basement carpet. Carpet is something that is going to wear and ultimately need to be replaced. Glued down carpeting develops a real issue later when attempting to remove it. Tell your carpet installer to use construction adhesive to set up the carpet tack strips around the boundary. Do not permit them to drive nails into the cement floor.


With some good sense, construction technique, a reliable waterproofing system, and humidity control, and a good waterproofing company like Jacks Waterproofing NSW, you can delight in a great deal of extra home by remodeling your basement in Centennial Park.

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0432 334 355