Newton Waterproofing Systems’ article addresses the considerations that installers should make when using cavity drain systems to waterproof refurbishment or new-build basement projects.
The article suggests that incorporating a drainage conduit, such as Newton Basedrain, is important in providing a solution which meets the requirements set by the Code of Practice for Protection of Structures Against Water from the Ground, BS8102:2009.
It also outline the requirements of BS8102:2009 to ensure that the building contractors, designers, architects and specifiers reading the magazine adhere to it.
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