How To Stop a Roof Leak With Flex Seal
Many homeowners are subject to one major annoyance: roof problems. Wind, snow, rain, and other natural elements are the epicenter of roof damage. When roof damage starts, it greatly increases the chances of damage being done to other parts of your home. Many home owners simply need a better solution, at least until a new roof can be put in.
Luckily, the Flex Seal Family of Products can help fix. Flex Seal is a rubberized coating that sprays out the liquid, seeping into those pesky holes in your roof. Please note that Flex Seal Spray can be painted over. The following steps should serve as a guide to bring your roof back to life using Flex Seal:
The first and most important step is to make sure you have located the exact area where leakage is occurring. This can be done by pouring a small amount of water over the area you suspect the hole in your roof is located and checking for the leak underneath. Do a small area at a time, to really pinpoint the cause of the leak.
Be sure to check any areas where the roof comes to a juncture, or where there are any added items, such as exhaust pipes.
Clean and dry the area you wish to apply Flex Seal. Double check that there is no dirt, leaves, oil, or any other things that might have accumulated on your roof throughout the years. Allow to dry for best results.
If using original Flex Seal Spray, make sure that you shake the can very well. A vigorous 10 second shake will ensure that Flex Seal works optimally.
If using Flex Seal Spray, aim at the problem area and spray using an even, sweeping motion. Allow each coat to dry to the touch before applying additional coats. It may take up to 24 to 48 hours for a coat to fully dry. Reapply until all cracks and holes are completely filled. Inspect the roof and apply more as needed.