How to solve the indoor dripping of resin tile in winter?
Today, I accidentally saw a customer's question: What is the reason for the water leakage when the old house is renovated and installed with resin tiles? I'll show you the secret today. If the synthetic resin tile roof is not waterproof before, it is easy to cause water leakage. Just move the leaking part to 2-3cm deep and clean it. You can pour it with asphalt. Now with finished asphalt coating. When the weather is nice, it doesn't leak.
A water leak in our home must be the first place to know about a leak. There are two situations: one is the improper installation of the roofing resin tile, and the other is that the waterproof layer is leaking. The first thing to do is to find roof leaks, mainly from the top to the bottom of the roof. First, check whether there are cracks on the roof, whether the original waterproof layer is aging, and whether there are air bubbles in the original SBS waterproofing membrane of the roof. If there are air bubbles, it will prove that water has entered the bottom of the waterproof layer, so it will leak. There are also gutters on the roof. If there is a waterproof layer, it will be more troublesome. The waterproofing in the surrounding area must be removed and re-waterproofed. Pay attention to strengthening the seam with the original waterproof layer. There are many ways to prevent leaks or find some professional leak prevention companies to solve this problem.
In winter the roof sometimes drips from the heat and cold outside. Since someone asked, I'll explain it to you today. Due to the high indoor temperature and low outdoor temperature in winter, resin tiles sometimes drip water on the roof. When hot and cold air meets on a synthetic resin tile roof, water droplets are created, which is a very common physical 'condensation' phenomenon. But synthetic resin tiles do not absorb water, so the water droplets condense more and drip.
In fact, the best way to solve indoor dripping is to make a layer of insulation for our house, so that we are not afraid of indoor dripping in winter. It is also possible to lay a waterproof layer under the synthetic resin tile or to enhance indoor ventilation.