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HERE'S WHY YOU SHOULD HIRE A CONTRACTOR FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF YUR HOME

PROJECT SUPERVISION : While the masons and workers lay every brick and tile, it is the contractor's guidance that shapes your home. The contractor should be in sync with the work happening on-site and be aware of every small change and development.

LEGAL AND REGULATORY CHECKS : You may not know everything about home-building, especially the intricacies of the law and other regulations. The contractor is hence, your go-to person, who is well versed with all the permits and licenses required before starting the project.

In conclusion, your building contractor plays a key role in ensuring a smooth home-building process. So when it's time for you to get started, make sure you choose the right contractor, who has the right experience, problem-solving ability, and above all, is someone who you can truly rely on to help you in your home-building journey.

The best solution for protecting your home against water seepage in the long run, is waterproofing. Waterproofing is critical in the following areas of your home:

The bathrooms and kitchen as water is constantly used in these areas.

The water tank in case it’s located on the roof. If there is a leak, water can seep in through the roof.

Areas that are directly exposed to the elements like the roof, balcony and all outer walls and adjacent inner walls.

The basement since it’s in direct contact with the Earth and moisture from the ground.

When it comes to waterproofing,

UltraTech has a range of products like:

It uses high-quality polymer additives and is ideal for terraces, roofs, water tanks and balconies. It is most suitable for areas that are less than 10,000 sq. ft.

It enhances the compressive strength and water tightness of concrete during construction

It is similar to Flex in terms of properties and applications though it is ideal for areas greater than 10,000 sq. ft.

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