If you’re noticing wet patches on your property’s flooring or on the outside walls of a wet area like a bathroom it could be due to your wet seal leaking. Wet sealing is a vital component of your plumbing as it prevents water from penetrating through surfaces. Wet areas like bathrooms, laundries and basements must be as waterproof as possible. Find out if you have a leaking wet seal and what to do about it.
Sealed with A Wet Seal
A wet seal is essentially a rubber like membrane that is applied to a structure like a shower, walls and floors to stop water penetrating through. Sealing it from water. Usually, a water proofer or tiler applies several coats of the sealant to make it to work properly. This process is also commonly known as water proofing. Properties including your home, commercial offices and industrial spaces all contain wet sealing in structures like toilets, laundries and kitchens. To make sure your wet seal at your property is working as it should, hire a trusted plumber to check.