Protect Your Roof with High-Temperature Ice and Water Membrane

High temperature ice and water membranes are a tougher, typically thicker and more durable underlayment than traditional ice and water membranes and that makes them a smart choice for protecting your roof. In cold weather climates, it is smart to put the ice and water membrane along the bottom 6 feet as that is where it is typical for ice dams to creep up to.

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Extreme Temperature Resistance

Wisconsin can have some scorching heat in the summer and freezing cold in the winter. This advanced membrane remains flexible and resilient. It can withstand thermal expansion and contraction without cracking or leaking, ensuring that your roof stays intact and leak-free regardless of the weather conditions. This durability is crucial for extending the lifespan of your roof and reducing the need for frequent repairs.

Superior Waterproofing

Water infiltration is one of the most common causes of roof damage. High-temperature ice and water membrane provides superior waterproofing capabilities, forming a watertight seal around roof penetrations, edges, and valleys. This prevents water from seeping through and causing damage to your roof deck and interior spaces. By keeping water out, high-temperature ice and water membrane helps to prevent costly repairs, mold growth, and other water-related issues, ensuring that your roof stays dry and protected.

Protection Against Ice Dams

Ice dams are a common problem in colder climates, where snow melts and refreezes at the eaves of the roof, causing water to back up and potentially penetrate the roof. High-temperature ice and water membrane acts as a barrier against ice dams, providing an additional layer of defense. It resists water from infiltrating the roof, reducing the risk of damage caused by ice dams, such as leaks, rot, and structural damage. This added protection is particularly valuable during winter months and when the spring melts come, homeowners who make the smart choice are less likely to face the angst of water stained drywall.

Advanced Technology

High-temperature ice and water membranes provide advanced protection with the latest advances in technology. When performance and durability are top priorities, the decision to upgrade to high temperature is an easy one. 

Advantages of High Temperature Ice and Water membrane

  • Extreme temperature resistance
  • Superior waterproofing capabilities
  • Protection against ice dams
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