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How to Prevent Wrinkling in Mod-Bit Roofing Membranes

Modified bitumen (MB or mod-bit) roofing membranes are a durable and long-lasting weatherproofing technology, incorporating overlapping bituminous sheets in a hot- or cold-applied configuration. If these membranes aren’t applied correctly, however, they can exhibit a few problems, including unsightly wrinkles and blisters which could potentially compromise the water-tight seal of your application.

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5 Things To Know When Installing Horizontal Expansion Joints

Every expansion joint is not created equal. There are countless variations in substrate conditions and transition ...
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Eliminate Costly Rework with the Field Adhesion Test

On the construction site, there is nothing worse than having to duplicate work due to a mistake somewhere in the ...
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The Top 5 Practices for a Quality Deck Coating Install

As we transition into spring, construction projects across the US and Canada will be subject to Mother Nature’s ...
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How to Select the Right Silicone Sealant

For over 40 years, silicone sealants have been used extensively in the construction market for applications requiring ...
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Pinholes: Cause and Control

Pinholes are defined as very small holes that form from the substrate and transfer through the membrane or coating of ...
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How to Choose the Right Backer Rod

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Winter Waterproofing: 8 Tips to Help You Apply

We all know the winter months are approaching and fast. But no need to get distraught. Tremco's Technical Application ...