Mastic Asphalt is one of the world’s most traditional waterproofing materials and has had a long and successful history, providing unbeatable protection from water penetration for centuries. Renowned for its high-quality appearance and robust nature, when was it first used and what makes it so appealing today.
This traditional material, comprising of limestone aggregates bound together with bitumen and more recently, modern polymers, is robust enough to withstand both foot and vehicular traffic and is both non-toxic and non-flammable. Its durability of use is one of its major benefits, with no application too tricky.
Offering a life expectancy of 50 years and more, this versatile waterproof membrane provides such excellent wear and is the ideal solution for a range of buildings including schools, offices, shopping centres, hotels and historic buildings.
Highly cost-effective, mastic asphalt offers low installation costs. The material can be delivered to site, direct from the factory, at the correct temperature for instant installation. Hot charge transporters and insulated dumpers make this possible. One 18 tonne hot charge delivery vehicle can supply enough mastic asphalt to lay 360 square metres of material to a depth of 20mm. Its versatility makes it the ideal choice for not only flat roofing but also flooring and paving.
In 2008, the UK mastic industry became the first in the world to achieve the Carbon Zero standard. This means anyone choosing mastic asphalt as a means of waterproofing will enjoy the peace of mind that their developments will be 100% carbon neutral.
The quality and experience of our installing operatives is paramount to ensuring a successful project.
Extensive warranties available.
Proven track record for durability.
Installed by trained craftsmen.
Flame free application.
Scope of use.