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Torch on waterproofing

Torch On Waterproofing

Torch-on waterproofing membrane is a widely used waterproofing solution in the construction industry, applied using a heat torch. The heat melts the bitumen, allowing it to be spread evenly across the surface and forming a waterproof barrier. It is known for its durability and reliability, particularly in applications such as flat roofs, podium decks, and other areas requiring a waterproof barrier. The membrane is composed of a layer of bitumen reinforced with either polyester or fiberglass. There are several types of torch-on waterproofing membranes available, each with unique properties and characteristics. These include SBS (styrene-butadiene-styrene) modified bitumen, known for its durability and flexibility; APP (atactic polypropylene) modified bitumen, known for its high resistance to UV rays, low temperature flexibility and long-term durability; self-adhesive, which is easy to install and ideal for flat roofing applications; and fiberglass reinforced, which provides additional strength and durability. The appropriate type should be selected based on the specific requirements of the project.

At WetStop, we are experts in the installation of torch on waterproofing membranes. We have a team of highly skilled and experienced professionals who are trained to install all types of torch on membranes, including SBS modified bitumen, APP modified bitumen and self-adhered. We use only the highest quality materials and the latest techniques to ensure that your waterproofing system is installed to the highest standards. Our team is dedicated to providing our clients with the highest level of service and workmanship, and we take great pride in our ability to deliver quality results on time and on budget. Whether you need waterproofing for a new construction project or a repair of an existing system, we have the expertise to get the job done right. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and learn more about how we can help protect your property from water damage.

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