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300 Center Drive Suite G#272, Superior, Colorado 80027, 888-875-3003
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I am sure that you have seen the 'caulk' around all the penetrations in your roof begins to 'crack'. Most DIY (do-it-yourself) owners pick up a tube of Silicone. Strangely enough this is the worst product you could use (explained later).

First, manufacturers use a free flowing rubberized product to set and seal all the penetrations in the roof, air vent fans, plumbing vents, Sat dish, refrigerator vent, etc. This is the same kind of material used in car windshields. Referred to as PID or Polyisobutylene. It is great to work with when setting because is flows and conforms. Unfortunately over time, the elements cause its surface to shrink, appearing as a crack in the surface. If you dig down though, you will see that the crack don't usually go to far into the material, but in another 10 years it will continue deeper because it is now exposed.

Some PID product manufacturers make repair PID material in a standard caulk tube, and tell you to clean and fill each crack, which to me doesn't really solve the problem for the surrounding area. We use a heavy, fiber reinforced, moisture curing, liquid product to be poured over the entire seam, filling any shrinkage cracks and protecting the rest of the old surface.

Our complete roof re-seal starts by cleaning the roof cap to side wall joint of existing sealant, Then we pressure wash the entire roof. Next, all the existing PID rubber seams are cleaned, first scrubbing with soap and water, then a wipe down with a solvent. The roof to side wall seam is also wiped down. A bead of UV inhibited Adhesive Sealant (not silicone) is run completely around the circumference of the roof at the side wall. Then the fiber reinforced, moisture curing, liquid is poured over each original PID rubber seal of all the roof penetrations. These materials at NOT fast curing, and need to sit for at least 24 hours to 'skin' over, and will continue to cure over time, well cured in 5-7 days. We love both these products because they stick to just about anything, even if damp with water, with no added cleaning or primer necessary.   

Total Cost: $380

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