Adhesives, Fillers, Epoxies & Sealants

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Old House Online's directory of companies specializing in adhesives, fillers, epoxies & sealants for a variety of old house restoration projects including waterproofing, hole-filling, reinforcement of walls & ceilings, plaster repair, roof repair, and more. 

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Unico System

A central heating and cooling system using "aspiration" technology to warm and cool homes evenly and quietly with flexible small ducts that weave through ceilings, walls, and even floors.

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Nostalgic Warehouse

Classic-style door hardware, engineered for new construction or historic renovation, lacquer-coated, solid brass, patterned after original antique hardware, passage, privacy, mortise lock, or dummy sets and cabinet hardware and accessories.

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Abatron

Abatron

Manufacturer of adhesives, wood consolidants, and wood replacement compounds for structural and decorative restoration.

Larsen Products

Larsen Products

Larsen Weld-Crete and Plaster-Weld bonding agents have been specified by major architects, engineers and construction companies throughout the world since 1952. Use Larsen bonding agents wherever you require a high performance bonding of cementitious materials.

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Specification Chemicals

Specification Chemicals, Inc. is an Iowa corporation started in 1975. We manufacture waterproofing, roofing, wall restoration products, and are converters of polyester reinforcing fabrics for the roofing industry.

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West System

Six10® Thickened Epoxy Adhesive combines the strength and reliability of a two-part WEST SYSTEM Epoxy with point-and-shoot convenience. The self-metering coaxial cartridge dispenses a gap-filling structural epoxy that bonds tenaciously to wood, metals, fiberglass and concrete. The tube comes with a static mixer that lets you lay down a bead of thickened epoxy with any standard caulking gun.