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Timber slat decks – deterioration of decking/cladding

Timber slat decks – water leaking into house

  • Water is tracking along the bolts used to fix the deck to the wall cladding/framing

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  • The decking/framing is hard against wall cladding

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Waterproof decks – water ponding

Waterproof decks – water leaking into the house

  • The threshold from the house down to the waterproof deck or balcony is not deep enough

    How to repair

  • The deck membrane is not turned up enough (150 mm minimum) behind the bottom of wall and solid barrier cladding 

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Waterproof decks – deterioration under cantilevered balcony

Waterproof decks – impact or puncture damage

Waterproof decks – surface cracking, blistering, buckling or crazing

Waterproof decks – the deck is springy

  • There is damage to the substrate and/or framing due to water entry through the membrane or through adjacent wall claddings 

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  • The substrate material is not thick enough to span the rafters/joists

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Waterproof decks – seam separation or failure

Waterproof decks – membrane turn-ups improperly installed

  • Poor detailing and/or installation to membrane turn-ups at walls and doors (potentially allowing water entry)

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  • The waterproofing membrane was applied/laid after the cladding was installed

    How to repair

Tiled waterproof deck – water leaks

Balustrades and barriers – water entry/deterioration of solid balustrade