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PolySeal Sill Sealer

Roofing Insulation

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Sill Seal - Makes Your Structure More Efficient


Plymouth Foam's polyseal sill plate sealer is made from a lightweight polyethylene foam. By filling irregularities between the sill plate and the foundation, air infiltration is significantly reduced to provide savings on heating and air conditioning costs. Its durable, moisture-resistant characteristics aid in the prevention of water and insect intrusion, two of the leading caused of sil plate rot. Discover the PolySeal advantage and close the gap on energy leaks.
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Advantage of PolySeal
• Water resistant - prevents sill plate rot
• Reduces air infiltration - save on utility costs
• Extremely durable - will not deteriorate
• Resilient - seals imperfect surfaces
• Easy to Install - labor saving advantage
• Available in widths of 3 1/2”, 5 1/2”, 7 1/2”
• Rolls are 50ft in length
• Material thickness is 3/16”
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Enviromentally Friendly
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Plymouth Foam manufactures roofing insulation for the United Sates including the states of Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Minnesota, Michigan and Ohio. Plymouth Foam provides roofing insulation using Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) in the form of flat insulation, tapered insulation, fan fold, laminated insulation, drain sump insulation, cants, tapered edge strips, green roof channel insulation, insulation saddles, crickets, roofing flute fillers, direct to deck, UL and FM rated systems. Plymouth Foam’s EPS, the safe insulation, is manufactured in Wisconsin, Minnesota and Ohio. EPS roofing insulation has been known to be used with Rubber or EPDM roofing systems, PVC roofing systems, TPO roofing systems, hot asphalt or built up (BUR) roofing systems, modified bitumen roofing systems, metal roofing systems, green roofing systems, garden roof systems, thermoplastic membranes, thermoset membranes, CSPE roofing systems, ECH roofing systems, PIB roofing systems and CPE roofing systems. National Roofers Contractors Association

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