Don’t Cut Corners When It Comes to Waterproofing Adhesive

Waterproofing is a crucial step in the construction process that can cause costly or impossible-to-fix damage if not done correctly. Choosing the right adhesive(s) for waterproofing is a vital decision….

Gluing Down: Best Practices

The following is a special excerpt of a feature article by GluDown President Chad Bruce published by the Tilt-Up Concrete Association. It is fair to say that the OSHA 1926.1153…

Still Using Nails for Tilt-Up? Start Saving With Adhesives (Calculator Included)

Gluing down the various materials used in tilt-up construction offers several major pluses over drilling and nailing down. One of those is reducing worker fatigue and strain. Another is maintaining...

A Quick and Easy Way to Achieve Waterproof Bonding

We’re excited to share with you our latest innovation in construction adhesives, WaterGrip® Membrane Adhesive and Primer. It’s a high strength, fast drying, versatile adhesive for bonding a wide range…

Spray or Sheets: Now It’s Your Call

Different construction projects demand different solutions designed to help make your job quicker, easier and safer. We’re dedicated to listening to construction pros and developing solutions that deliver on those…

Foam Board Adhesive Optimizes Below-Grade Protection

Protecting below-grade structures from frost and water is a special consideration that requires solutions designed specifically for that application. Water seepage and freeze-thaw cycle cracking are critical concerns that should…

Glue: Holding It Together for 200,000 Years

OK, so adhesives may not seem like the most sensational subject in the world (although it’s pretty exciting to us). But we invite you to stay glued to your seat…

Why Are VOC’s Regulated in Adhesives?

We see the acronym “VOCs” in a variety of references. But exactly what are they? There are several kinds of VOCs. They are very common. And they can be found...

What You Can’t See (Below-Grade) Can Hurt You

Most commercial buildings have a variety of below-grade spaces, sometimes on multiple underground levels. These can include offices, mechanical/electrical rooms, parking areas, storage rooms, crawl spaces, tunnels and vaults. Commercial…