No one else offers such a useful guarantee.
Subject to entirely reasonable terms and conditions.
I built basements for others from 2005. Before that I was a site engineer on big projects with underground structures. Over all that time I developed methods that always work.
The only guarantee I give is my free guarantee - in return for all my products and services appropriate to your job.
I am so confident that your work won't leak that I cannot justify charging a penny for the guarantee.
I have been offering and honouring this same guarantee to my basement customers for years.
I carried out repairs on a few of the basements I built from 2005 to 2013. Most were very minor. For instance, some repairs are described during this Youtube video about alternative energies here.
No basement built since 2013 has had any visible leak.
How does my guarantee compare to other guarantees for waterproof concrete?I believe that my guarantee is the only genuinely useful guarantee in the marketplace.
If you think differently, then insist on a copy of the guarantee from whomever you prefer to specify.
You will find, I believe, that Caltite, Pudlo, Sika and so on will make all manner of excuses and not provide you with their actual wording.
Kryton is the only publicly available guarantee we have seen. I reproduce it on my Kryton page on the Waterproof Concrete web site under 'Others examined'. It excludes absolutely everything you would want from a guarantee.
I hear engineers tell me that Caltite is the Rolls Royce of waterproofers. Yet if you truly understood their BBA certificate you would know it is evidence (other academic evidence is available) that Everdure Caltite does not work beneath ground where it cannot fully dry.
And their guarantee, reproduced on my page about Caltite, just like Kryton's, excludes absolutely everything you would want from a guarantee.
If Caltite is considered the Rolls Royce then Pudlo might be considered the Bentley. But it's BBA certificate proves only that it made concrete more watertight when they reduced the water cement ratio as well as adding about 8kg of cementicious powder. The BBA certificate for Pudlo provides no evidence that the concrete used on site will be waterproof as a result of adding Pudlo powder.
I might add that all these brands have been fully aware of what I say about them for many years. I got phone calls of complaint from a couple of sales people but I have never had a written complaint from any of them. What I say is true and unchallengable.