How to Prevent Leaks from Haunting You All Winter Because the Damage Can Be Scary

Posted by Nick Leuci on Oct 31, 2018 10:24:23 AM

Winter is almost here, and for many of us the cold weather has arrived and looks like it’s here to stay. If your roof is not yet covered with a blanket of snow, now is the perfect time to seal up any areas where leaks may be present. Keeping moisture out of your home or RV will prevent unwanted damage, mold, and costly repairs. 

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Topics: Winter Waterproofing, waterproofing tapes, RV, leaking roof

How to Repair Roof Membranes Using Waterproofing Tapes

Posted by Nick Leuci on Jun 28, 2018 12:30:00 PM

Single-ply roof membranes are made out of plastic or rubber materials.

The most common types are:

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Topics: waterproofing tapes, 4EvaSeal RV, Campers, Metal roofs, leaking roof

4EvaSeal:  The Only Waterproofing Tape You Need

Posted by Nick Leuci on May 24, 2018 2:23:28 PM

There are several different versions of 4EvaSeal® waterproofing tape.  Each is designed for a specific use or uses. So, how do you choose the right one for your application? Let’s review the product line and break down the materials that form each product to better understand how and where each version of 4EvaSeal® can be used.

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Topics: waterproofing tapes, 4EvaSeal RV, 4evaseal blog

Do’s and Don’ts When Cleaning Surfaces with Solvent

Posted by Nick Leuci on Apr 26, 2018 11:01:00 AM

Self-adhesive waterproof tapes bond to substrates with greater force when the substrates are clean and dry and the tapes are applied in warm temperatures. The greatest challenge with existing materials is always how to get them clean. Outdoor substrates collect dirt that can become embedded in the surfaces. The surfaces can also be dusty or chalky from UV exposure. 

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Topics: 4evaseal blog, waterproofing tapes, Surface preparation

Reduce Time and Cost on Your Project! Use Reinforcing Tapes Instead of Reinforcing Fabrics

Posted by Nick Leuci on Apr 10, 2018 10:44:08 AM

Reinforcing fabrics are regularly used with roofing, coating and waterproofing systems.  They are  necessary to properly detail certain conditions. However, they require extra labor and materials to install. 

Reinforcing serves several purposes:

  1. It strengthens the roofing, coating or waterproofing over joints, seams, etc.
  2. It assures proper film thickness for liquid-applied materials.
  3. It assists in bridging gaps between materials.
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Topics: 4evaseal blog, waterproofing tapes

Learn How to Repair Roof Leaks on Single-Ply Roof Membranes

Posted by Nick Leuci on Mar 7, 2018 10:00:00 AM

Single-ply roof membranes are plastic or rubber roofing materials that consist of one thin layer of material. The most common types of single-ply roof membranes are EPDM rubber roof membranes, PVC roof membranes, and TPO roof membranes. These roofs can vary in thickness from 40 mils to 80 mils (1/16” +/-). 

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Topics: 4evaseal blog, Winter Waterproofing, waterproofing tapes, Leak roof

Testing the Bond of Waterproofing Tapes in 6 Simple Steps!

Posted by Daniel Libby on Feb 20, 2018 11:36:00 AM

Waterproofing tapes are used for various applications throughout the automotive, building, and construction markets. Many of these applications require a permanent bond to the substrate to prevent water or vapor permeation, but how do you know your tape application will meet that requirement?

One way to assess the bond is by testing the tape’s peel adhesion to the substrate being used. While peel testing can help to determine compatibility between the tape and the substrate, it can also help you figure out if the surface preparation or application procedures are adequate to provide the required adhesion. Peel testing is a destructive test method. It is often used prior to the start of a project to verify that the application procedure will result in an acceptable bond and to confirm that the project requirements are met.

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Topics: 4evaseal blog, bond testing, adhesion of the tape

Useful Things to Consider When Repairing Leaking Roofs

Posted by Nick Leuci on Jan 23, 2018 2:19:00 PM

Winter is officially here and for many of us, the cold weather has arrived and looks like it’s here to stay.  If your RV’s roof is not yet covered with a blanket of snow, now is the perfect time to seal up any areas where leaks may be present. Keeping moisture out of your RV will prevent unwanted damage, mold and other costly repairs.

There are many sealant tapes to choose from if you are you looking for a simple solution to seal a hole, seam, or tear in your single ply roof. So, the question is, how do you choose the best tape for your needs?  Most are competitively priced, but do they match up qualitatively?

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Topics: Winter Waterproofing

4EvaSeal Will Be Presenting At the RVIA Show in Louisville, KY

Posted by Nick Leuci on Nov 15, 2017 11:00:00 AM

RV’s, Campers, box vans, and trailers are subject to hurricane force winds that can drive moisture through the smallest of gaps when traveling at highway speeds.  Often the roofs of these structures develop leaks as the vehicle ages.  4EvaSeal Multipurpose Tape stops leaks, stays bonded, and prevents water intrusion.  It is also extremely flexible and UV stable.

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Topics: 4evaseal blog, 4EvaSeal Trade Show, 4EvaSeal RV, Campers, Outdoors

How to Fix Your RV / Camper Leaks with 4EvaSeal Waterproofing Tapes

Posted by Marty Schultz on Nov 8, 2017 11:09:00 AM

Recreational Vehicle (RV) roofs have to endure weather conditions of every other type of roof but also need to handle 70 mph winds on the highway.  The roof will flex and twist as the RV is in motion and endure the occasional low hanging branch at a campground.  Damage can happen and, when it does, a permanent waterproofing repair tape is often the best solution. 

Damage can happen, and when it does, a permanent waterproofing repair tape is often the best solution. 

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Topics: 4evaseal blog, waterproofing tapes, RV, Campers

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