(KEE) Ketone Ethylene Ester Membrane

Best Roofing Membrane

When it comes to release-ply roofing membranes, it is hard to beat (KEE) ketone ethylene ester membrane. The use of (KEE) ketone ethylene ester membrane has been gaining popularity in Texas because of its fantastic waterproofing safeguard and lightweight design.

Commercial Roofing/

(KEE) Ketone ethylene ester membrane is a lightweight, release-ply vinyl that is extremely simple to install. Most types of manufactured (KEE) ketone ethylene ester membrane materials require a commercial roofing contractor to install the membrane using simple hot air bonding techniques.  This hot air bonding makes a seamless molecular bond between each sheet of membrane.

Easy Install or Repair

Because (KEE) ketone ethylene ester membrane is a specially designed vinyl that requires no torching or adhesives to install, these roofing materials are simple to repair. The membrane also ruins highly flexible with age, building it simple to uncover the substructure for repairs.  If a roof made of (KEE) ketone ethylene ester membrane ever needs to be repaired, your roofing contractor has to place a patch over the repair area and use hot air to bond the patch to the rest of the membrane.

No Tear-Off

A further fantastic advantage to (KEE) ketone ethylene ester membrane is that it can be used to replace some types of built-up roofs lacking having to tear off the ancient roof.  The roofing contractor can lay the new vinyl release-ply membrane over the existing roof and bond the sheets together. (KEE) is a fantastic option for some types of ancient buildings where the existing roof would be hard to remove without causing harm to the substructure.

Uneven Structures

The best use for (KEE) ketone ethylene ester membrane is on roofs that have a lot of variation in the decking substructure. The membrane can be laid down over uneven substructures and bonded together to provide a fantastic safeguard against water leaks.


How to Generate Your Own Renewable Energy

Where to Start

For many people generating renewable energy is an extremely important aspect of greener living. This could be for a number of reasons, namely an awareness of the environment and a want to save money in the long term. There is plenty of talk in the news regarding environmental issues and why it is down to us to help keep the planet in shape. Often individuals appose forking out lots of money for their electricity, hot water, and heat, when in fact they could get rid of the supplier and provide themselves.

So you like the idea of saving our planet, and saving some money, as well?  And, How can you get involved?

Read on:

Here is an explanation of the three most popular ways to generate energy in your home. These are by no means quick and easy solutions, they require significant investment and plenty of love and care. But once in use, you will be able to sleep safely in the knowledge that you’re not damaging our planet or your bank balance.

Wind Turbines

Wind Turbines

Wind Turbines use the power of the wind to generate electricity. The United Kingdom is one of the windiest places in Europe and therefore a model place to generate electricity from this natural resource. As well as large-scale wind farms that generate much electricity, you can also install a smaller wind turbine on your property for personal use. Often referred to as micro-wind turbines, these can power your lighting and provide electricity for household appliances.
There are generally two different types of wind turbine. One that is in the garden or well-exposed position and one which is mounted on the roof of a house and it varies, from property to property, which is the most ideal. In some places, you can even make money from your turbines, by selling the electricity you have generated to the National Grid.

Biomass Heaters

This can be as simple as burning some wood logs or chips and heating a single room in your home or it can go further and heat up water or power the central heating. You can easily buy a biomass heater and they are relatively cheap compared with the cost of other energy generators. They would certainly be advised as a good thing to fit in your home for newcomers to green living.

What You’ll Need

You will need an area of your home, that is dry, to store your wood. Unless you have a vehicle that can collect large quantities of wood, then you will need to have your wood delivered. You must also have a chimney and flue in your home. A flue is to help air movement from the biomass heater to the outside of your house and they can be fitted to an existing chimney.


Solar Panels

Solar panels are used on the roof of your home and they capture the natural energy from the sun, using photovoltaic cells. The cells change the sunlight into electricity and this can, in turn, be used to heat water and as electricity to power household appliances as well as lighting. Free and environmentally friendly energy; what is not to like about this idea? The process of installing solar panels on your roof is, as you would expect, quite a difficult one. If you are somebody who doesn’t have much experience with DIY jobs, then you would be advised to call some professionals to do the work for you. Depending on the size of your house and roof, it is a job that can be completed in quite a short space of time. If you have extensive knowledge of DIY then you would be recommended to stock some top-of-the-range tools, such as a Makita LXT202 and a nail gun. You would, therefore, cut even more costs by not having to hire professionals.

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