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  • M/s Janaki Enterprises though formally incepted on 2020 but the founder cum promoter Mr. Sagar Baliarsingh has more than a decade of experience in providing waterproofing construction chemicals & pest control services since 2010. A Management Graduate by qualification & businessman by profession has excel in providing unmatched all round solutions for waterproofing needs from basement to the roof and everything in between. With a dedicated team of experienced engineers, Technical Expert & site surveyors we assures solutions from the grassroots level with a complete eradication of problems.

    Whether it’s new, old or age old irrespective of the age of the building we cater to all problems with our unique state-of-the art solutions with guaranteed peace of mind.
    We excel in providing customized solutions by our highly skilled expert in a consultative approach with our clients by carefully analyzing each situation with a result oriented approach.
    Our Range of services includes

    1. Waterproofing Services

    a. Roof/Terrace Waterproofing
    b. Toilet/Wash Room Waterproofing
    c. Basement Waterproofing
    d. Swimming Pool Waterproofing
    e. Water Tank Waterproofing
    f. Lift Pit Waterproofing
    g. Retaining Wall Waterproofing
    h. Expansion Joint Waterproofing
    i. Wall Damp Treatment
    j. PU/Epoxy/Cementing Grouting
    k. Wall Decorative Painting (Interior & Exterior)

    2. Repairing Services

    i. Structural Treatment
    ii. Crack Treatment
    iii. Epoxy Flooring
    iv. Wall Protective Coatings
    v. Damp Proof Service
    vi. Heat Proof Coating(Thermo cool Paint)
    vii. Pest Control Treatment

    3. New Civil Construction

    All our services comes with high efficacy & guaranteed peace of mind with service warranty (T&C Apply)
    Waterproof or water-resistant describes objects unaffected by water or resisting water passage, or which are covered with a material that resists or does not allow water passage. Such items may be used in wet environments or under water. Waterproofing describes making an object waterproof or water-resistant.

    Waterproofing is a method by which an item is made resistant to damage by water. Waterproofing is the formation of an impervious barrier which is designed to prevent water entering or escaping from various sections of building structures. Internal areas that are waterproofed include bathrooms, shower recesses, laundries and toilets. Whilst an External area waterproofed extends to roofs, planter boxes, podiums, balconies, retaining walls and swimming pools.

    Waterproofing is the combination of materials or systems that prevent water intrusion into structural elements of the buildings or its finished spaces. Basic waterproofing and envelope design incorporates 3 steps to ensure a watertight and environmentally sound interior:

    1. Understanding water sources likely to be encountered
    2. Designing systems to prevent leakage from these sources.
    3. Finalizing the design by properly detailing each individual envelope component into adjacent components.

    For leakage to occur, 3 conditions must be present
    • Water in any of its forms must be present.
    • Water must be moved along by some type of force, including wind, gravity for above-grade envelope components and hydrostatic pressure or capillary action for below-grade components.
    • Finally and the most important, there must be a breach (hole, brak, or some type of opening) in the envelope to facilitate the entry of water into the protected spaces

    Available water is moved into the interior of a structure by numerous forces that include:
    • Natural gravity
    • Surface tension
    • Wind/Air currents
    • Capillary action
    • Hydrostatic pressure

    The first 3 typically are encountered on above-grade portions of the envelope, whereas the last 2 are recognized at grade or below-grade areas of buildings or structures

    In construction, a building or structure is waterproofed with the use of membranes to protect contents underneath or within as well as protecting structural integrity. The waterproofing of the building envelope in construction specifications is under '07 - Thermal and Moisture' protection and includes roofing material as well as waterproofing materials.

    new technology in waterproof membranes relies on polymer based materials that are extremely adhesive to create a seamless barrier around the outside of a structure.

    If we bifurcate a structure in to different categories with respect to waterproofing perhaps we can classify the structure in to following: -

    1. Waterproofing of foundations
    2. Waterproofing of basements
    3. Waterproofing of bathrooms and toilets,
    4. Waterproofing of terraces

    Waterproofing of the above mentioned areas needs a detailed site investigation in case of old construction but in new construction if the proper methodology and proper materials are used the structure can be made waterproof for period of five years extended to twenty years depending on the materials used for waterproofing.


    Mold and Mildew
    Fungus that grows in damp and dark areas, and cause discoloration, or musty odors.
    Moldy Odors This is the result of the decay process from mold, and dry rot. Peeling Paint
    Peeling paint is a sign that you have moisture problems and waterproofing issues.
    Damp Spots on Walls
    Water has absorbed through your walls.
    White Substance on Basement Walls
    This is a chemical breakdown of the bonding agent that holds your walls together. This white substance is a sign of possible structural deterioration.

    Cracked Walls
    Should be inspected to determine the exact cause.
    Rust on Appliances or Furniture
    Like furnaces. Rust is caused by a wet environment and is the sign of waterproofing issues.
    Dry Rot
    Black fungus grows mostly on walls or wooden surfaces, causing wood to decay.