Simple DIY kit to seal cracks and watertight your cracked roof. Flexible, self-adhesive butyl tape with a UV foil to protect against all weather. This is the ideal product for homeowners wondering how to repair a cracked roof. Are you are looking for easy-to-use products with step-by-step guides? Do you want to get the job done safely and efficiently? At GooForIt, we understand that you want a long term solution in as little time as possible. The crack repair kit is the ideal solution to getting the repairs done fast with durability assured.
The crack repair kit includes tough and durable butyl rubber tape for longevity. A primer to ensure adhesion of the tape. It also includes a brush for applying the primer and gloves to ensure you stay as safe and clean as possible.
Small kit contains: 10 m Foil Backed Butyl Tape, 500 ml AT WB Primer, 2″ Brush, 100ml A Clean, 1 pair gloves.
Medium kit contains: 20 m Foil Backed Butyl Tape, 1LT AT WB Primer, 2″ Brush, 100ml A Clean, 1 pair gloves.
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How to fix your leaking roof Roof repair? Sounds complicated, right?
Yet that water’s going to keep on dripping, ruining your property.
That’s why we made our kits so quick and easy to apply…AND still more effective than the bitumen or acrylic based solutions on the shelves today.
You get a watertight roof after just a simple application.
3. Apply Crack Repair Tape
First off, a few notes on safety:
Ensure your roof is structurally stable and that you’re safe at all times throughout the repair If working on asbestos check out the HSE Guidelines. These are brilliant little guides that’ll keep you safe up there.
Got any questions? Get in touch and send us some pictures of your project
How to clean your roof This is more like ‘how to make your repair last for longer’. A good thorough clean is the way to a watertight roof.
Use a soft brush to remove all moss, dirt and grime from the affected area. Moss is a common downfall for a once perfectly weatherproof roof, and removing it is an important start to the repair. You should be left with an area free from growths and mould.
For cracks, it’s best if you apply the butyl tape to the full length of the sheet, so a strip going up the sheet needs to be cleaned too.
Next up, is the washing. Yes, there’s a bit of scrubbing but it’s made easy with ISO Paint’s A-Clean, a biocide especially designed for cleaning roofs and killing moss and spores. This powerful detergent stops growths from forming under the repair, the key to long-life weatherproofing. Mix 1 part A Clean to 50 parts water. Then dip a large brush in and scrub the area. If cleaning asbestos, keep the area damp to avoid asbestos fibres becoming airborne.
How to prime your roof Once the area is all clean and completely dry, you can move on to priming. Like all porous surfaces, your repair area needs priming. This ensures strong adhesion and reliable waterproofing. Open up the tin of AT S Primer and apply generously to the crack and surrounding area. Coat at least 5cm either side of the crack.
How to apply roof tape to your roof Wait for the primer to dry before reaching for the tape. Unroll and cut to size. Where sheets overlap, it’s best to but the tape right up against the upper sheet, or tuck it underneath. Apply all along the crack and beyond, putting pressure on all parts of the tape to ensure adhesion. This foil backed tape goes butyl first, so the foil faces the sky.
The foil will protect the butyl from UV rays, making your repair last longer. And the tough wide butyl will instantly seal that crack, stopping your leak today.
Tips and tricks from the roof repair experts We’ve put our years of experience and our most trusted products into your roof repair kit. You don’t only get a watertight seal, but the confidence that these solutions can stay the course.
Any questions, queries or asbestos related topics you’d like to message us about? Get in touch to learn more, and get the perfect finish for your roof.
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