Cure it with waterproof roofing

05.08.2015
Blog Post
Picture of plastic waterproofing system for roofs

Innovative glass-reinforced plastic waterproofing system for roofs offers a long guarantee.

Cure It is a new, innovative glass reinforced plastic (GRP) waterproofing system for roofs. A Cure It roof is made with specially formulated roofing resin and topcoat designed for roofing applications and is supplied with a 20-year materials guarantee.

Cure It is a hard-wearing, structural waterproofing system which cannot be cut with a knife, will not deteriorate under UV light or extreme heat and will tolerate foot traffic - meaning it can also be specified for walkways and balconies. There are no seams, joints or welds used and as the system is cold applied, it avoids many of the risks associated with ‘hot works’.

The system, which has LABC and LABSS registration, not only comes complete with a 20-year guarantee on the materials from the manufacturer, but a guarantee from the installer that the roof will remain leak-free for at least 20 years.

Registration means the system has been assessed by Local Authority Building Control (LABC) and Local Authority Building Standards Scotland (LABSS) for compliance with English, Welsh and Scottish Building Regulations and Standards. Cure-It is also certified to BS and ETAG (European Technical Approval Guidelines) standards.

For more information on Cure-It visit www.cureit.uk.com.

LABC Registered Details, now known as LABC Assured (as of March 2019), is a one-off certification process proving compliance with building regulations and standards across England, Wales & Scotland. Registering your product, system or house type with LABC increases industry confidence while also raising the profile of your company.

Please Note: Every care was taken to ensure the information was correct at the time of publication. Any written guidance provided does not replace the user’s professional judgement. It is the responsibility of the dutyholder or person carrying out the work to ensure compliance with relevant building regulations or applicable technical standards.

Comments

Glass

Submitted 3 years ago

I am carrying out repairs to a factory roof, part glass, part corrugated alloy, is Cure it grp suiteabble for repairs to Glass, some with cracks that leak ?

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Submitted 3 years ago

Hello there - The manufacturers should be able to help you with this one. Sorry we can't be of more help, but we suspect you'll need a sound supporting structure.

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Submitted 3 years ago

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