Posts Tagged ‘keederoll’

Place Your Vote for Most Innovative Products!

Dependable LLC’s products Keedelath and KeedeRoll have been nominated for Concrete Constructions Most Innovative Products!   KeedeRoll has been nominated for most innovative product in: Concrete Surfaces & Decorative Concrete Equipment & Materials. To learn more about the product click here, to vote, click here   Keedelath has been nominated for most innovative product in: Masonry Materials…

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Southeast Building Conference

  Southeast Building Conference  Kissimmee, Florida July 28th & 29th   Stop by our booth and learn more about our variety of products from Keene. Our products include: Driwall™ products for drainage and ventilation and our Quiet Qurl™ products for Noise Control. As well as KeedeRoll™ MT Underlayment Product for Ceramic Tiles from Dependable, LLC.  …

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DEPENDABLE’S @ NAHB IBS & WOC 2016

DEPENDABLE & KEENE BUILDING PRODUCTS Visit Dependable’s booth at both shows. Learn about our floor preparation products including self-levelers, patches and moisture mitigation. Ask us about our new underlayment line which includes  KEEDEROLL, our entangled uncoupling mat.   NAHB IBS Show Booth #S2219 January 19-21     IBS WORKSHOP Caring from the Floor to the Ceiling:…

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New Booklet!

Dependable has a NEW Mini Literature Booklet for Rolled Underlayment Products! Learn more about KeedeRoll, KeedeBand, KeedeLath, & QQ Step Soft! Request yours Today!

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“Understanding Crack Isolation Membranes”

  “In a perfect world, movement would not take place in a concrete slab, and life would be good. Unfortunately, this is not a perfect world, and concrete does move and crack. Therefore, products such as crack isolation membranes, which fall under ANSI A118.12, are many times more of a necessity rather than a luxury.…

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“Installing Tile in Wet Areas”

“…Since we know that the tile itself does not create a waterproof environment, additional measures need to be taken as part of the installation process. For the most part, the tile surface, either glazed or unglazed, does repel water, but other than a porcelain product, the body of the tile is absorptive to some degree.…

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