As part of their sales arm in the waterproofing sector, training is a crucial part of the Wykamol Group’s day-to-day tasks.
The Wykamol Group have a network of registered installers and yearly checks and on-site guidance is part of their registration scheme for contractors.
They also attend site to advise and train new contractors with their waterproofing products, whether Type A or Type C systems.
In the images, one of their Southern training officers, Simon Smith CSSW, is training a contractor in the Use of Cavity Drain membranes, a Type C waterproofing system.
This service is of no charge and part of the service from their team when they attend sites with new contractors or existing installers.
The Wykamol Group always like to attend site and check on the progress of projects to ensure that their systems are being installed correctly and so they can always sign these projects off for insurance warranties also.
The Wykamol Group have been supplying waterproofing systems for in excess of 40 years and the company in recent years has invested over £3.5 million in state-of-the-art manufacturing plants to produce cement based waterproofing systems and a Cavity Drain membrane plant also based in the North West of the UK.
Keeping levels of workmanship high is why the company has thrived in the marketplace and having a network of trained technical managers UK wide means no matter where the project is, they can attend site and help with guidance.
The Wykamol Group also receive plans for new projects which they can design the waterproofing on to BS8102 and NHBC Chapter 5.4
Their Technical Waterproofing Director Reg MacDonald has been in the industry for nearly 35 years and being an Engineer and holding CSSW also enables them to design schemes from multi-level commercial basements to domestic basement conversions.