How to Choose Waterproof Deck Coatings: A Homeowner’s Guide

How to Choose Waterproof Deck Coatings: A Homeowner’s Guide

The average roof will collect over 600 gallons of water with just one inch of rainfall. One-eighth of an inch of rain is enough to fill a 54-gallon rain barrel. But it's not just your roof that gets pummeled with water during a rainstorm -- your deck does, too. That's...

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Ames’® Blue Max ~ Waterbased Liquid Rubber Sealant

Ames® Research Laboratories, Inc. has just released…… some remarkable testing on new technology that will protect your structures before and after hurricanes or storm damage! Ames Blue Max ® is a Water-based Liquid Rubber and has broken the barrier with new remarkable...

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How to Waterproof Concrete Roofs

Before beginning any waterproof concrete roof project, read all instruction labels. Always run a test patch first in an inconspicuous area, to ensure that proper adhesion and drying occur and the product works to your satisfaction. PREPARE THE SURFACE Power wash the...

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What Is Ames Blue Max?

Ames Blue Max is a special blend of elastomeric liquid rubber that dries to a tough, high strength, elastic membrane. It is easy to apply; simply roll, brush, or spray with a commercial airless sprayer. What makes Ames Blue Max the best coating? Ames Blue Max is high...

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How to stop leaks in your water tanks & cisterns!

Having a problem with leaks in your water tanks & cisterns? You're in luck! Ames Research has the solution on how you can fix your water tanks and fix your cisterns. To begin, repeat the concrete walls and foundations instructions... Concrete Walls and Foundations...

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How to fix your leaking basement!

Having problems with your leaking basement? Do it Yourself in Three Easy Steps! All specifications are the suggestion only 1. Clean & Prepare the Surface Read all instructions on the label before beginning. Do not use soaps or detergents prior to the cleaning...

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Safe-T-Deck Application over a Roof Deck

Introduction Roof decks, by definition, are decks that exist over living areas, a garage, or over an area that acts like a deck that is intended to be waterproof, yet can be walked upon. Roof deck applications are generally quite expensive to build and have a...

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