Seam Products


Roof Seam Repair and Roof Seam Maintenance

Regular roof seam repair and seam maintenance is one of the best ways to avoid costlier problems in the long run. The roof seams are typically one of the primary areas where roof leaks develop. This is true whether that roof seam is a RV roof seam, a flat roof seam house or apartment roof seam building, a mobile home roof seam or a huge office building roof seam. As a roof coatings are exposed to a variety of weather conditions, erosion, expansion and contraction can eventually cause separation of these seams, leading to necessary roof seam repairs.
Roof Seam Repair

If the roof on your manufactured home develops a leak, find the source and fix it right away. If you don’t, your walls, flooring, insulation, woodwork, doors and windows can become permanently damaged and will require roof seam repair.

Finding the roof leak can be the most challenging part of the roof repair. Don’t be surprised if a roof leak in your bathroom originated from a separated roof seam leak over your living room’s roof. When it comes to roof leaks, water does not always travel straight down. It could follow the truss system, it could seep down the sidewalls, or it could pool up in the moisture barrier until it finds an outlet.

To get started, closely inspect your entire roof leaks. Pay particular attention to:

  • The J-rail.
  • The flashing around vents, pipes and skylights.
  • The roof seams and roof sealant.
  • All existing crash buttons
  • Any rusted or worn-looking areas.

You should also make sure you have a roof leak and not a condensation problem. If you can’t find the roof leak, you may need entire roof coatings, which needs to be done every two years anyway. RV Roof Seam Repair

To most RVers, nothing is more annoying than a pesky rv roof water seam, especially the one that pops up in a place of rv roof where there are no rv roof repair centers. In the old days, one would squirt on some silicone or, in pure desperation, cover the rv roof area with duct tape, but these on-the-spot rv roof repairs were very temporary. If you have an rv rubber roof, using the wrong roof sealing material can cause more problems that the initial rv roof seam.

Three Types of Seam Repair Products:

PolyScrim-Roofing Fabric

SeamStitch-Butyl Tape

Eternabond Web Seal Tape









  • Testimonials

    • Ronald S
      Virginia Beach VA

      I ordered a gallon of Liquid Rubber last summer, and inquired if it could be spread with an adhesive applicator trowel; the sales person was not aware of this having been tried. I tried using a commercially available trowel with 4 sawtooth teeth per inch, and 0.135 inch notch depths, holding the trowel at about a 45 degree tilt.
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    • G Sorrell
      Lufkin,TX
      Diboll Lumber Operations

      Everyone was SUPER helpful and knew the product, properties and application methods well. I applied to product on the trailer in about a 2-hour period one evening. It was tricky with the application, from a novice who had not done this before.
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    • H&W Property Management

      Donna,your staff and your customer service is the reason we buy from you. You had asked us several months ago if we would write up something for your Website. We wanted to get some additional orders first before coming to conclusions.
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    • T. Basset

      We have completed the resurfacing of our commercial roof back in April and ordered a few more pails for areas where we probably did not apply it thick enough. Just wanted to share these photos with you.
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    • B & T Contracting

      You have a great product here and we will be ordering for future jobs we have. We were a bit skeptical at first but when it was fully dry it looked as if we installed a new 15,000 sq piece of sheet EPDM.
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    • Jed L
      Biloxi MS

      This will be the third time our firm has ordered. We completed a project in 05 in the fall and waited for the winter. This was actually the first winter without any leaks. Great product overall.
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