Thompsons Roof Seal 2.5ltr £15.99 @ Screwfix
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Thompsons Roof Seal 2.5ltr £15.99 @ Screwfix

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Found 14th May 2015
Lasts up to 10 years apparently

Thompsons 10 Year Roof Seal is a high performance elastomeric coating which cures to form a durable, flexible membrane suitable for resealing and protecting whole roofs or repairing large areas of damage to a variety of roofing materials.

The 10 year elastomeric formulation is designed to flex with the natural movement of the roof protecting the membrane from cracking and splitting over time. UV light stable iron oxide pigments provide a protective shield against harmful UV radiation ensuring 10 year weatherproofing performance under extreme conditions.

For best results the advanced formula should be applied directly to dry surfaces, the 10 year formulation forms a vapour permeable membrane that repairs and weatherproofs whilst allowing any trapped moisture in the substrate to escape.

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Thanks OP

Would this work on felt roofs?

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James_Polarbear

Would this work on felt roofs?



Certainly does' I've got a felt shed roof which is ripped and an asbestos garage roof with cracks - used on both and does a good job ( no leaks on neither ) messy job though with a brush but does what it says on the tin so to speak

yeah. was thinking the same. my shed felt roof had a few holes! maybe his would do the job?

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Remember hot tar bitumen ( Tarmac ) they used to use on roads?

That's what this stuff is - in a tin and obviously not the same temperature.

My next door neighbour who's an Irish man said he's got friends who'll do my roofs for a fraction of this price including my driveway!

I took a chance on a tin of this bearing in mind there's nothing wrong with my driveway oO

I'm a roofer by trade, it's good stuff, messy mind, it's temporary though, don't hold up for a 10 year guarantee, if you get half that you'll b lucky. but certainly worth a try on your shed for a cheap fix. definitely worth it on an asbestos roof mind, it's expensive to get rid of and I know a lot of people in the trade will avoid goin anywhere near it (myself included lol)

by a very cheap brush to apply as you'll be throwing it away after.

THANK YOUUUUUU

I have never used this particular product but in 1992 I used a similar one from Isoflex (also sold by Screwfix) on a very exposed leaky sloping roof and adjacent chimney breast. I sold the place in 2011 and it was still sound.

Can I use them on tiles , basically I have a bit of a leak from the chimney area so is it possible to use it from there I have already had led some glue put on basically I have a bit of a leak from the chimney area so is it possible to use it from there I have already had lead and some glue put on it. Is this the right thing thanks

showing 19.99 now?

salsheikh

showing 19.99 now?



oops, just realised the offer had expired. i'm going back to bed!

atifprince

Can I use them on tiles , basically I have a bit of a leak from the … Can I use them on tiles , basically I have a bit of a leak from the chimney area so is it possible to use it from there I have already had led some glue put on basically I have a bit of a leak from the chimney area so is it possible to use it from there I have already had lead and some glue put on it. Is this the right thing thanks


Yes, my roof was concrete tiles abutting a chimnet breast. We couldn't establish where the leaf was coming from so we just put loads of the stuff on the chinmey and where the flashing went. In my case it was at the back of the house and couldn't be seen from the front of the property as a load of black stuff is unsightly
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