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What’s the Secret to the Perfect Sealant?

Franklin International Perfect Sealant
August 10, 2022 at 9:00 a.m.

By Cass Jacoby, RCS Reporter.  

Our lips aren’t sealed! Franklin International's polymer formula makes their sealants a must-have for any job. 

In a Roofing Road Trips episode, Heidi J. Ellsworth she visits with Darci Kunard of Franklin International to discuss the performance of the Titebond WeatherMaster Sealant and its premium-grade, superior polymer formula that has made it an affordable roof sealant option for decades. 

Darci is the sealant product manager at Franklin International and has been in the sealant world for almost 10 years. “I absolutely adore sealants because who could live without them?” says Darci. “That's what keeps us safe, and dry, and free of pests and mold. And I know it's rare to have someone who is very passionate about sealants but I am that person.” 

Franklin International has made a name for itself through providing high-performance glues, however it is their polymers that make them stand out above the competition. “That is one of the things that makes the WeatherMaster line unique,” says Darci. “In addition to fantastic adhesion it also has extreme flexibility, so it will expand and contract up to 50% of the joint size, and that's throughout the whole sealant line.” 

Darci also explains why WeatherMaster is the kind of sealant that every contractor needs on hand at all time. “With the WeatherMaster line, all of these products have specific characteristics that make them that all-weather sealant, so you can apply them in extreme weather conditions, whether it's zero degrees or 120 degrees outside,” says Darci. “It'll stick to wet surfaces, damp surfaces; UV resistant, of course; and then that great strong adhesion and movement capability. And then also everything is paintable, as well as compatible with all types of foam.”  

Be it a reroof to new construction, this is a “you never know” product that offers a level of flexibility that can make a difference for contractors having that on their job sites.  

Listen to the entire podcast to learn more about WeatherMaster and the Franklin Internationals superior sealants. 

Learn more about Franklin International in their RoofersCoffeeShop® Directory or visit www.titebond.com.



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