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GE Enduris 3500

Snow, hail, rain, or shine, your roof should have you covered. But inevitably, performance and functionality dwindle as you approach the end of your roof's life cycle. Though replacing the entire roof may seem like the best option, this process is often lengthy, exorbitantly expensive, and challenging to say the least.

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Leak Seal and Water Stop Crack Injection Guidelines

If you’re reading this, you’ve likely encountered the headaches of dealing with cracks and leaks in your projects, whether you’re a homeowner or a professional installer. Luckily, advances in structural repair have led us to develop a revolutionary technique: crack injection. While crack injection solves the basis of problems caused by cracks and leaks on its own, it is essential for the applicator to have a comprehensive understanding of the technologies behind the material used. Arguably the most important step, ensuring a successful and enduring crack injection by selecting the correct materials with the appropriate properties is essential in determining the longevity of your project and its intended performance. Specializing in construction products and equipment for structural, water stop, leak sealing, floor repair, soil stabilization, filling, lifting, and geotech applications, SealBoss caters to both commercial and residential sectors.

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Flashing Membranes: Butyl VS SBS Modified Bitumen

Flashing membranes play a critical role in the construction industry. Available in many sizes and forms, all flashing membranes serve the same purpose: preserving the integrity of a structure by preventing water penetration and providing an extra layer of protection against mold, mildew, and rot. Commonly, you may see flashings in the form of flexible peel-and-stick tapes, liquid flashings, or rigid flashings. Two of the most notable types of peel-and-stick membranes today are SBS (styrene butadiene styrene) modified bitumen and butyl-based. Let's examine the differences between these two types.

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