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CARLISLE WIP PRODUCTS

Phone: 888-717-1440

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CARLISLE WIP PRODUCTS

CARLISLE WIP PRODUCTS – As a division of Carlisle Construction Materials Incorporated, Carlisle WIP Products manufactures premium construction products for steep-slope and low-slope residential and commercial applications.

Water and Ice Protection (WIP) self-adhering roofing underlayments and EZ-Flash products offer ideal solutions for protection against water and ice damming while withstanding some of nature’s most unfavorable weather conditions. 

CARLISLE WIP PRODUCTS - WIP 300

WIP 300HT is a high-tensile-strength rubberized asphalt underlayment specifi cally designed to withstand temperatures up to 250°F (121°C). Ideal for use under metal including copper, zinc and COR-TEN® (consult technical department for installation instructions), WIP 300HT can also be used under synthetic, concrete and clay tiles and asphalt shingles. This strong, skid-resistant membrane is available in either black or white and provides superior protection from water penetration caused by wind-driven rain and ice dams

CARLISLE WIP PRODUCTS - WIP 100

WIP 100 is a 55-mil fl exible rubberized asphalt, fi berglass-reinforced membrane used as a shingle underlayment on critical roof areas such as eaves, ridges, valleys, dormers and skylights. WIP 100 underlayment protects roofi ng structures and interior spaces from water penetration caused by wind-driven rain and ice dams and may also be used as covering for the entire roof to prevent moisture or water entry.

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El Niño has arrived. What does it mean for the weather?

 El Niño has arrived. What does it mean for the weather?
By Roof Source on Feb 28, 2019 at 10:36 PM

It's official, an El Niño advisory is now in effect for the globe. After several months under a "watch," teetering on the edge of El Niño, NOAA's Climate Prediction Center (CPC) has finally pulled the trigger.

The climate phenomenon may enhance an already very stormy pattern across California, making it even stormier.
The El Niño Southern Oscillation is a natural cycle of warmer and cooler than normal Equatorial Pacific Ocean temperatures. The El Niño phase is a warming of the Central and sometimes Eastern Equatorial Pacific sea surface temperatures, occurring every few years on average.

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