• Customer Questions: Catching Above-the-Ceiling Leaks and Drips
  • Brittany

    Brittany Svoboda is the Technical Content Administrator at New Pig, where she is responsible for creating and editing content to help customers comply with regulations, select the appropriate products for their applications, stay safe and protect their environments.

  • Nicolesays:
    05/31/2017 at 6:20 am Reply

    Nice blog. Keep in mind that leaks and drips left too long with a temporary solution mighteventually still damage your facility and equipment and disrupt workers. Cost bounce noticeably concerned by evaluate of the Roof Leaks Repair and it will add life to your roof too permanently.

  • Lilia Robbertssays:
    06/06/2018 at 9:29 am Reply

    There has been leaks in our building. I have put buckets around those areas that have been giving us problems. It stated off with a leak in the kitchen sealing, then a bathroom sealing leak. It has been 3 years since our first leak, now we have ten leaks! It was good to know that, “If left unattended, leaks and drips can damage buildings.” I think we might start looking into a roofer to help us out.

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