Flex Seal Your Leaky Roof
Go ahead, flex your muscles. You are going to need something strong to repair that leaky roof. And one of the fastest and easiest ways to do that is by using a product called Flex Seal. You can get a contractor to help you if you need help. The guys at roof repair rockwall can help you do use this product.
Flex Seal is a rubberized product that sprays from a can and rubberizes as it seeps into any holes or cracks you may have in your roof. Though major roof damage may call for a complete roof replacement, Flex Seal can take care of those smaller annoying places on your roof allowing water to seep in at a fraction of the cost.
As with any project that requires getting onto a roof, extreme caution should be taken to make sure safety is paramount. Make sure you understand what the projects involves and what you will need to make the job successful and free of any risks of harm. Always use safety equipment if necessary. Ladders, clothing, tools, and materials should be well thought out before you start your project.
Finding the hole or crack where the water is entering through the roof can sometimes be the hardest part of the job. Just because you find a water stain on your ceiling in a certain area doesn’t mean that is where the water entered. Unless you can visibly see the hole from outside of the roof to address the problem then you will have to get inside the attic in order to trace where the water entered.
Finding The Leak
This will involve using a water hose on the outside of the roof allowing the water to run down over the suspected area of entrance then searching for the leak from inside the attic. Once you have located the point of entrance then you can address the problem. Be sure to thoroughly clean the area you will be repairing. The area should be free of any dust, dirt, and debris.
Flex Seal should be shaken well for at least a minute before using. This will guarantee the product will work at its very best. Just aim the can at the hole, crack, or problem area and spray. The spray will completely cover the holes and the area surrounding it. Spray evenly over the problem area until you are satisfied it has been adequately covered. Flex Seal will cure in forty-eight hours and you can repeat if you feel it is necessary.
After Flex Seal thoroughly dries you may paint it. Or, it comes in 12 different colors so you can get the closest match as possible to the color of you shingles. Flex Seal comes in twelve different colors; black, white, off white, clear, terra cotta, brown, red, green, almond, yellow, blue, and silver.
So if you are looking for an affordable way to address those annoying leaks then Flex Seal is the way to go.
There you have it… muscle in a can. Flex that muscle wherever you need to. It will take care of the job.