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Henry Company with its 12 manufacturing locations throughout the United States, and Canada and over 75 years of experience as an innovator is something to marvel at. In the building envelope industry, Henry Company is one of North America’s largest manufacturers of roof coatings and cements. Headquartered in El Segundo, California, Henry Company specializes in integrating air/vapor barrier, roofing, and waterproofing systems, with the mission of improving the livability and sustainability of structures for their owners, occupants, and the environment. Henry Company’s recent breakthroughs in mastic, asphalt, reflective, and air/vapor barrier roofing technologies ensure that it will play a significant role in making buildings stronger and more energy efficient for years to come.
Henry Company’s Blueskin® single-ply modified bitumen roofing membrane is designed to be self-adhering on sloped roof surfaces as a secondary water barrier under shingles or tile and to protect against damage caused by ice damming. With a textured, skid-resistant polyethylene film surface for better traction during installation, Blueskin self-seals when penetrated by mechanical fasteners, protecting internal structures from lateral moisture migration. Henry Company’s flagship roofing membrane, Blueskin Roof Ice and Water Barrier RF200, features a split-release backing for fast application and meets both ASTM D1970 and ICC ESR-1930 standards. Blueskin PE200HT High Temperature is specially formulated to withstand temperatures up to 260ºF, and features a scratch-resistant surface that can be used under metal roof coverings. Blueskin RF200LT Low Temperature Roof Underlayment uses a compound designed for better performance in cold climates, and can be installed in temperatures as low as 14 °F.