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Butynol membrane is a synthetic butyl rubber waterproofing membrane with properties that resist ageing from heat, sunlight and ozone. This product is a fantastic solution for a roof with little to no pitch, but you need to ensure you are getting it done by people who know exactly how to install it, or you could end up with a big leaky problem on your hands.
If you have a butynol membrane roof that is causing problems, you’ve come to the right place. Our skilled crew know exactly the level of care attention that is required to properly repair or replace your worn/damaged membrane roof.
Butynol Membrane Facts
Ardex Butynol is a butyl rubber waterproofing membrane engineered for roofs, decks and water containment. It is BRANZ appraised and is an E2/AS1 acceptable solution.
It is proven the world over to provide a durable, extremely long-lasting roofing system with the flexibility to conform to the shape of virtually any roofing profile. It has excellent gas impermeability and toughness and remains flexible at low temperatures.
Regardless of whether it’s laid on a high pitched roof with a good run off or a flat roof subject to periodic ponding, Butynol® will protect against water. Because it has a potable water certificate it can be used on roofs that feed water tanks used for drinking water.