NEW PRODUCT FLASH: EverSeal Roof Repair Tape

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OMG Roofing Products, a supplier of fasteners, adhesives, retrofit roof drains, and pipe supports, has added a professional grade roof repair tape to its product line. EverSeal Roof Repair Tape bonds instantly to all common roof materials for long lasting, watertight repairs.

EverSeal is designed to seal roof seams, tears and punctures, as well as for flashing skylights, curbs, edge metal, and repairing gutters. Based on Advanced Synthetic Adhesive Polymer (ASAP), EverSeal is not butyl or asphalt and can be used on EPDM, TPO, PVC, Hypalon®, modified bitumen, smooth BUR, architectural metal, in addition to other construction materials. It is also resistant to chemicals and UV radiation, can be used year round, and comes in 6″ x 50′ rolls in both black and white.

EverSeal is packaged in OMG’s Ready-to-Roll™ dispenser box for convenience and storage. Users unroll and cut the tape to the desired length, remove the EZ-Release Liner™, and secure EverSeal in place with a steel roofing roller. The unused tape remains contained in the dispenser box until next use.

EverSeal can be purchased in individual Ready-to-Roll dispenser boxes and in four-pack master cartons through OMG’s national network of roofing distributors.

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4 Responses
  1. Robert Swanson says:

    I am located in Amarillo, Texas. Please give me the contact information for the distributor in my area.

    Thanks

  2. Ayo Oluwarinu says:

    How applicable is it in africa and can it be uused on long span aluminium roof and concrete flat roof? In what colour does it come.
    Thanks

  3. Sam Everett says:

    EverSeal Roof Repair Tape is available through a national network of roofing distributors. In Amarillo, check with ABC Supply (806) 374-7709. It comes in black and white rolls 6-inches x 50-feet and adheres to all common roofing systems and many construction materials.

  4. Roof Repair Cleveland says:

    Looks like a great product. Is there a vendor in the Cleveland Ohio area?

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