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Hyde Park townhouse investigation finds cause of water ingress problem


Conspar has carried out a destructive investigation at a balcony belonging to a townhouse opposite Hyde Park.

The investigation by Conspar was in response to owner concerns about water ingress damage at the property's basement.

Conspar's investigation found little evidence of a waterproof membrane underneath the tiles of the balcony.


Without a waterproof membrane, the structure is left vulnerable to water penetration creating problems such as water leaks and concrete cancer.


Conspar, established in 1969, carries out diagnostic and repair work for Perth buildings whether they be residential, commercial, industrial, strata, heritage or publicly-owned.


Its team of experienced building repair technicians is headed by two registered builders, a registered architect and a registered builder.




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