EternaBond-WebSeal® : Best Fit for a Roof Restoration ProjectJune 3, 2019
EternaBond-WebSeal was developed to stop relentless elemental forces from penetrating roofing breaches. When rain seeps through a cracked roof tile, the microsealant and its woven backing stop the flow. For intangible threats, it’s the same, with the flexible, ultra-tacky material shrugging off the effects of the harsh UV rays. To really test the product’s strengths, though, we’re going to put it through its paces on a roof renovation project.
Monitoring Roof Exposure Incidents
When a partially finished renovation project gets put on pause, the sun won’t stop its attack. It’ll rise in the morning, ultraviolet rays will strike exposed roofing, and those harsh energies will attack vulnerable plastics. Happily, EternaBond-WebSeal is UV resistant when it’s coated with EternaBond’s own UV Protector, which features a tintable, sunlight blocking compound. As soon as the job resumes, the roofing materials go up, and the woven repair tape finds shelter. Of some concern, lesser sealants, upon being exposed to UV radiation, harden and peel after they’re concealed under roofing materials. Left like that, they’ll leak. All sorts of clumsy solutions can be implemented as tape shielding strategies when the project is left exposed. As a best renovation project candidate, UV shielded Websealing works best, even when exposed to the sun for long periods of time.
A Powerfully Flexible Roof Improvement Companion
Flexible in more ways than one, EternaBond-WebSeal is available in 120-cm wide sheets. If that’s too unwieldy a sheet size, select a 5-cm strip. Alternatively, split the difference by opting for a medium-width 45-cm ribbon. The point is, no matter how a roofing renovation proposal changes, there’s a roll of weave-backed microsealant tape that’ll suit the job. Also, while still thinking about the adaptability factor, try to imagine the reasons for carrying out the job. Perhaps the building needs a full structural upgrade. Maybe the roof is leaking, and there’s just no other option. At any rate, as newer roofing materials enter the equation, there might be some doubt over whether a lesser sealant would adhere to those different surfaces. Microsealant tapes aren’t picky, they’ll stick to just about any material, thus leaving the builders free to concentrate on the task at hand.
To be clear, the specially formulated adhesive, which is further strengthened by a woven backing, will grip concrete and metal, masonry and wood, plus most plastics. As a roof restoration project changes course, the tape can shift and grip again, for it never loses its sticky hold. On balance, equipped with a conformable form that’ll adapt to clutch any screw head or roofing fissure, UV resistant EternaBond-Webseal rolls seem almost purpose-designed to suit roof restoration work.
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