Through the Roof! is a high-performance co-polymer rubber elastomeric sealant that seals leaks fast...even in standing water.
Roofs move. Wind gusts and changes in weather put roofs in constant dynamic motion. Most roof caulks dry hard and crack. They can't handle the movement like Through the Roof! It's the clear, waterproof, ultra-elastic sealant made to permanently stop and prevent roof and gutter leaks.
Seals active leaks immediately & permanently in a matter of seconds.
Yearly repairs (that can sometimes turn into monthly repairs) are now a thing of the past.
Apply in temperatures down to 0⁰F up to 120⁰F, in snow, sleet & rain.
To permanently fix failed repairs. It even has a maximum stretch of 600% and strong tear resistance.
When there’s a nagging roof leak that others can’t fix, or when you don’t want to take your chances, use Through the Roof! Its unique co-polymer rubber formula creates a permanent, invisible seal, even when applied in the middle of a rainstorm. (It works great on dry surfaces, too.) Through the Roof! will stick to almost any roofing surface – metal, plastic, asphalt, wood, concrete, and more.
Through the Roof! goes on clear and stays clear, easily blending in with your roof. And unlike silicone, paint sticks to Through the Roof! for a professional, finished look. UV protection keeps it from cracking and yellowing.
Through the Roof! comes in crystal clear, black, and white in our 10.5oz plastic cartridges. Crystal clear is also available in 1-quart and 1-gallon containers. Low VOC formula is available for the crystal clear 10.5oz plastic cartridge, 1-quart, and 1-gallon containers. Low VOC* formula is available for white and black in 10.5oz plastic cartridges (*excludes CA).
I had a 10 ft. leaky section of an asphalt-shingled roof valley that leaked through the attic and ceiling drywall on and off for years. One quart of this applied generously to the entire roof valley completely stopped the leak. This was applied directly on the asphalt shingles and flashing. I sprayed a garden hose at many angles with force after the repair to test it, and that was more than a year ago in Midwest US weather. No leaks to date. Better than an $800 repair. Awesome product.
Roofer by trade for 14 years and never met a leak I couldn’t fix, until it happened to my own mobile home. I have a metal roof and I’ve seal coated, tarred, caulked, and treated several suspect spots and could never get the drip to stop. Used this and it’s gone. Had to wait till now for some rain to review, but it’s storming like crazy last 2 days and not a drop. Also used on my shuttle bus where I had a few drips occasionally from a faulty termination bar, and sealed that too.
We have had a bay window in the kitchen that has leaked for 15 years. No one (including the original home builder) has been able to figure out how to fix it. We finally narrowed it down to the stucco at the top of the bump out. There were hairline cracks that were hard to see. I liberally applied a thick coat of Through The Roof and tested the leak after a few days. It’s dry, no leak. Monsoon season this summer will be the ultimate test, but I’m 99% sure this stuff fixed it. It’s very thick and gooey, almost like molasses, but perfectly clear. It did not need any mixing, and it stinks until it dries (a day or so). Because it is so thick, it did not drip. It stayed where I applied it and is invisible when it dries. This is great stuff, I am very pleased.
D. Goulian, Amazon.com review
Seal everything and anything that goes Through The Roof!, with permanently elastic roofing sealant that goes on (and stays) clear on the following common roofing fixtures and materials:
Aluminum, Anodized Windows, Brass, Steel
ABS, Acrylic Sheet, Fiberglass, Lexan®, Nylon, Plexiglass, Polycarbonate, Polystyrene, PVC, Urethane, Vinyl
Asphalt, Brick, Cinder Block, Concrete, Corian®, Cultured Marble**, Drywall, Fiber Cement, Formica®, Glass, Mortar, Porcelain, Stone, Stucco, Tile, Wood
Even Through the ROOF!® isn’t 100% foolproof. You shouldn’t use Through the ROOF!®:
In areas of constant water submersion or frequent, prolonged puddling. (Think ship hulls and swamps.)
Where temperatures may exceed 200°, or when the roof is on fire… whichever comes first.
On polystyrene insulation.
For containment applications, including but not limited to zombie quarantine(s).
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