The roofs on our buildings are incredibly important in keeping out the cold, wind and rain. It is what allows us to live in relative comfort in our homes and work in a nice snug environment in our offices. It is important that roof spaces are leakproof and that they are regularly maintained to ensure damage hasn’t occurred from strong winds and storms. One key material that helps to strengthen your roof’s ability to keep out the elements is that of Roof sealant.
It is important that before you apply any sealant to the roof, you check the tiles and the edging of the roof for any sizes of visible damage. You can then repair these before you apply the sealant. You should also make sure that you wipe away any dust and debris from the tiles so that the sealant has a smooth surface to adhere to.
There are a number of different roof sealants available, and some will be silicone-based and others rubber based. Silicone sealants can degrade over time so if you choose this type, make sure you repair and maintain the sealant on a regular basis to help prevent leaks from occurring in your roofing structure.
You are now in a position to add the sealant around the tiles, which will help to make a watertight roof. It is important that your sealant is flexible enough to move slightly if the tiles are affected by storm winds but secure enough to help hold the tiles in place.