SANI-TRED® is truly a one-of-a-kind waterproofing system that outperforms every other material on the market. How can we say that? Because thousands of contractors and DIY-ers around the world who have used, and love, our product. We’re so confident in SANI-TRED® that we offer a sample pack so you can learn the SANI-TRED® System for a nominal price before moving onto bigger projects.
Storage tanks play a vital role in many industrial, municipal, and agricultural environments. They are needed for various reasons, but they all have one thing in common: they can’t leak. From crops storage to non-potable water, and everywhere in between, storage tanks need to keep their contents in without letting outside factors threaten them. A functioning storage tank is one that is strong, durable, and capable of protecting its contents.
The roof of your home or business is a major part of the overall structure. With a complete, protected, and waterproof roof, your home or business can operate as intended. Part of keeping your roof functional is making sure it’s repaired. Flat roof repair is the best solution for any cracks, holes, or imperfections that you may find. Repair them as soon as possible before they get worse and worse.
Flat roof repair is a vital part of keeping your building waterproof and protected. Flat roofs offer certain advantages, but only if the roof is waterproof and capable of standing up to constant abuse. The good news is you can repair, protect, and waterproof your flat roof with the proper product. Finding that product may seem difficult, but I’m here today to tell you that it’s not. To completely repair and waterproof your building’s flat roof, you need a material this is strong and made to last. That’s why you need SANI-TRED®.
The SANI-TRED® Solution
SANI-TRED® is a one-of-a-kind liquid rubber waterproof coating that penetrates deep into your concrete’s pores and hardens to protect your concrete from water. Rain water won’t damage your roof after a successful application of the SANI-TRED® System. Our three-component system will repair, patch, and waterproof your flat roof with extreme durability and long-lasting ability. The innovative SANI-TRED® System adheres to your concrete surface to protect it while also forming a waterproof barrier to keep water out. Combining these two elements with its amazing durability and you have a flat roof coating that will stand up to whatever mother nature can throw at it. Keep your flat roof strong and protected with SANI-TRED®. You’ll be glad you did.
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Grain bins are a major part of many farms and agricultural spaces all around the world. Grain bins function to hole agricultural crops and keeping those crops dry is very important. Leaking or broken grain bins that expose crops to water are terrible for anyone whose livelihood depends on healthy crops to sell. To full protect your grain bin, you need to have it sealed, waterproofed, and protected from the outside elements. While there are a lot of concrete coatings on the market, the key to properly sealing a grain bin is finding the product that will effectively waterproof your grain bin.
A waterproof roof can mean the difference between a functioning space and a leaking nightmare. Water can cause untold amounts of damage if not kept at bay with an effective system. Rainwater is the primary cause of water damage to above ground surfaces and much of this damage happens simply because the surfaces isn’t sealed and protected. While basements present their own set of challenges, roofs can also allow water to enter your home or business and cause damage. For that reason alone, you need to make sure every part of your building is protected and waterproof.
A reliable roof is an important part of any building. Keeping your commercial building waterproof and safe from leaks is a key part of a dependable, durable roof. Commercial roofs are large spaces that require maintenance and a protective material to keep them functioning properly. From malls to office buildings, every commercial roof needs to be protected and waterproof for the business to continue as normal.
Many farms use grain bins to store and manage grain, corn, and other crops. Grain bins are important for this use and keeping them sealed is crucial. Sealing grain bins can be done in any number of ways, but it’s best to do it right the first time. By keeping your grain bin sealed, you’ll protect not only your crops, but your concrete pad as well. Most grain bins have a concrete pad beneath them and protecting it is just as important as the rest of the grain bin.
A leaking gutter is a common household problem that can cause a surprising amount of damage. Let alone the physical damage to the gutters themselves, but the potential water damage to your home is also a serious threat. Rain water that isn’t diverted away from the house with gutters and downspouts can cause serious damage to your house and even flood your basement or seep into your foundation. To avoid these problems for you and your home, it’s best to keep your gutters free of leaks and operational. For those reasons, here are some guidelines on how to fix a leaking gutter.
How to Repair Downspouts for Metal Gutters
What You’ll Need: Wire brush, SANI-TRED® PermaFlex™, LRB (Liquid Rubber Base), TAV™ (Thickening Activator)
When looking for a unique and sustainable home, a person has a whole host of building materials to consider. Traditional stick building is still the dominant construction method, but other methods and materials are gaining popularity. Grain bin houses are a prime example of this revolution in housing ideas.
What is a Grain Bin House?
Grain bin houses are exactly what they sound like, grain bins converted into livable houses. This basic idea is seeing more and more people choose this unconventional housing design. Grain bin houses re-purpose old, disused grain bins and turn them into functional, stylish homes. Grain bins vary in size and there are different construction methods one could use to build their own grain bin house. (more…)
Recently Dennis Olsen a commercial roofing contractor for 23 years, got presented a unique opportunity by one of his customers.
One of Virginia’s premier 4-season resorts is building a very large deck out the side of the main ski lodge. However, there was a building with an “A” frame roof right in the path. Several huge concerns came up… What type of flat roof to put up there and how to redo or recoat the roof when it becomes necessary because there will only be 7″ of clearance once the deck is built. Dennis suggested 3/4″ T&G boards be installed with a slight slope off the back.