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WeatherLock Self-Sealing Ice & Water Barrier Products

Your roofing system must include protection from wind-driven rain. This is accomplished by installing Ice & Water Barrier directly beneath the shingles. Owens Corning® Roofing offers WeatherLock™ Self-Sealing Ice & Water Barrier Products and are designed for both new construction and re-roofing projects.

Also use WeatherLock™ Self-Sealing Ice & Water Barrier Products on areas of the roof where water has a tendency to collect or flow. These areas include valleys, vents, chimneys and skylights. It's important to prevent water collection on a roof because that can cause an ice dam to form. This build-up of ice causes water to back up and sit on a roof, instead of properly draining off. This water can work its way under the roof covering and flow into the attic and cause water damage to a home's interior. To find out more about Ice & Water Barrier Products, click on any of the products listed below:

WeatherLock™ Flex Flexible Self-Sealing Ice & Water Barrier

Flexible, high performance self-sealing ice & water barrier for outstanding roof deck protection.

WeatherLock™ Mat Waterproofing Underlayment

Mat-faced surface waterproofing underlayment that is slip resistant, no scuff and lightweight. Provides superior roof deck protection.

WeatherLock™ G Granulated Self-Sealing Waterproofing Barrier

Granulated surface self-sealing waterproofing barrier for excellent roof deck protection.

WeatherLock™ Cold Climate

Dual-layer granulated composition designed for cold weather adhesion and flexibility.

WeatherLock™ G ProGrade Granulated Self-Sealing Ice & Water Barrier

Granulated surface self-sealing ice & water barrier for outstanding roof deck protection.

What Causes Ice Dams?

An ice dam is a ridge of ice that forms at the edge of a roof and prevents melting snow from draining off the roof. The water that backs up behind the dam can leak into a home and cause damage to walls, ceilings, insulation and other parts of the house.

Source: University of Minnesota Extension
ALFRED ELICIERTO
aelicierto@journalsentinel.com