This flashing grade, standalone silicone roof patch provides a long lasting one-step solution for a leaking roof. GacoPatch remains permanently flexible even under permanent ponding water; it is UV stable and will not chalk, crack or peel.
Provides all the features of an elastomeric, with the added benefits of a Gaco Silicone. GacoElastomeric is easy to apply to almost any roof surface; it withstands ponded water, remains permanently flexible and is ideal for flat roofs.
Gaco Western was founded in 1955 with its roots in technology and product innovation. The Gaco family of brands offer best-of-class solutions for a variety of commercial, industrial, and residential applications including specialty coatings for roofs, pedestrian and traffic decking, and spray polyurethane foam insulation.
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August 10, 2017 – GacoPatch is a fiber reinforced silicone roof patch from Gaco Western designed for roof leak repairs in a one-step application. Primers, seam tapes and top coats are not required. Due to the success of GacoPatch Gray, Gaco is now introducing GacoPatch White and Black to use on existing roofs without leaving unsightly […]
May 2, 2017 – GacoFlex S20 Solvent-Free 100% Silicone has received NSF P151 Certification of Rainwater Catchment Components. With water quality and quantity concerns on the rise across the US and around the world, local codes use NSF P151 as a requirement for rainwater catchment to allow the water to be used for potable water or […]