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Can I paint over Elastik?

Yes, you should leave the Elastik to cure for 15-20 days and then it can be overcoated with either Enviroflect (almuminium finish) or Aquaseal which is sold in Sandstone Grey but can be tinted to most colours (please contact TTP for more info)

Where can I use Elastik?

Elastik is a versatile product that can be used on gutters, roofs, spot repairs etc.

Elastik can be used on the following clean surfaces:

  • Metal
  • Concrete
  • Flat Roofs (rubber, torch-on and other membrane types)
  • Fibre Cement
  • Wood

How much Elastik do I need?

Depending on the surface type you are covering a fully reinforced system is approx 1-2sqm per kg per coat. If the Elastik is not reinforced then it can be 3-4 sqm per kg per coat.

  • You require at least 2 coats of Elastik
  • Elastik consumption may vary on different surfaces.

Under Floor Insulation

Does Expol meet the current insulation regulations for Landlords?

Expol not only meets but exceed the current regulations.

  • The current regulations for Underfloor are Zone 1, 2 & 3 = R1.3
  • Expol White is R1.4 and Black R1.8

Does it actually make a difference?

Yes it does. You will find that the house is warmer and there will be a reduction of power costs. It is important to remember that you will get the best results when the walls and ceilings are insulated as well.

What's it going to cost?

Measure the overall area you want to insulate. Measure between the joists and decide on the correct width. Check the table of coverage to see how many packs you will need.

Eg. 470mm Under Floor will require 18 packs to cover 100sqm. This will be approx $1100 and allow $100 for brackets and adhesive.

Are there more sustainable options?

There are always claims that other products are more sustainable.

Expol follow a full circle product philosophy. Expol Under Floor product is made of 25% plus recycled product. It can be recycled over and over again in other Expol products and we have a recycling cube for any material left over from a job.

Studded Rubber Flooring

Can you use Studded Rubber Flooring in a bathroom area?

Yes, however a waterproofing membrane must be applied prior to the application of rubber flooring tiles. As rubber tiles cannot be seam welded, they are not an acceptable solution in the building code. Wet areas require a wet area membrane and the use of a polyurethane adhesive.