Surface Shields announces new Builder Board Breathable Tape


ORLAND PARK, IL — Surface Shields recently introduced its new Builder Board Breathable Tape in response to industry need, according to a press release.

The Builder Board Breathable Tape allows protection for floors that are still curing, as it is formulated to allow vapors and moisture to escape, preventing stained lines from appearing on curing floors.

Like other Builder Board tape, the new breathable model is light, liquid-resistant, flexible and defends against high-impact drops.

“Surface Shields pinpointed the perfect adhesion level to ensure that installation is quick and Builder Board is held securely together, all while maintaining a completely breathable system,” The company said in the release. “Builder Board Breathable Tape was] developed specifically for Builder Board and is proven to outperform any other option on the market.”

View the images below, which show how Builder Board Breathable Tape stacks up against its predecessors.

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To request a quote or locate a distributor, contact Surface Shields by completing this request-a-product form.

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