There’s only so much room on your service truck so choosing what to stock can be challenging.
Your goal as a service provider is to be able to fix your customer’s roofing problem on the first visit. But, it’s nearly impossible to fit every product you could potentially need onto the vehicle and still have room for your tools and your crew. Having to make multiple trips between the shop and the customer’s location negatively impacts your bottom line. That’s why it’s important to choose the right products to tackle most emergency repairs.
Enter KARNAK. The company has specialized in roof repair products for more than 80 years. There is hardly a problem that one of their products can’t fix. And to prove it, they are offering a free emergency repair kit to keep in your truck, so you can see for yourself.
The kit will have a tube of KARNAK 19 Ultra, a rubberized wet/dry flashing cement that asbestos-free and ideal for repairing leaks in shingles, asphalt roofs, SBS and APP modified bitumen membranes flashings on walls, chimneys, flues, skylight flashings, downspouts and cornices. And Best of all, It can be applied in wet or dry conditions, it won’t shrink or crack, and it offers superior adhesion. See how to apply it in this video.
The other must have for repairs is KARNAK’s 502MS Karna-flex caulk, an elastomeric, thermoplastic-rubber sealant formulated for use on properly prepared metal, concrete, EPDM, TPO, and most PVC membrane as well as spray polyurethane foam and plywood roof substrates. Just like 19 Ultra, the Karna-flex adheres to wet or dry surfaces making it an ideal emergency repair sealant.
In addition to the two caulk tubes, you will receive a 6” strip of four-inch No. 55 cotton fabric, a pen, carpenter pencil and product data sheets.
Request your free emergency repair kit today. Quantities are limited so don’t wait to request yours before they run out.
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