RockToRubber™
By The Fish Tender

RockToRubber

THE MUST-HAVE MASONRY ANCHOR FOR POND BUILDERS.

Safer. More Secure. Easy to Use. And it WORKS! RockToRubber™ Locks Rubber Liner to Rock!


Made In The USA - U.S. Patent 7,637,064; 8,028,484 - British Patent GB2448620; GB2472314.

Peeling back demo of rocktorubber

Perfect example showing concrete will not bond, adhere or stick to rubber pond liner - but RockToRubber™ will! PROVEN POND BUILDING PRODUCT SINCE 2006. SALES AVAILABLE IN USA, CANADA, UNITED KINGDOM.

The Problem

With the increased use of rubber liners in the construction of outdoor ponds comes the problem of securing the coping and veneering stones to the rubber.

The Why?

See picture above.

Rubber is too smooth. Concrete needs something else to grab on to.

The Solution

RockToRubber™ helps secure these incompatible materials. It is the only product of its kind, patented and proven! Learn more about RockToRubber.

First RocktoRubber pond, built in Austin, Texas in 2006.Pond Before with Rubber
A pond before the build, with rubber liner.

Pond After with RockToRubber

The pond after, every rock touching the pond liner is secured with RockToRubber™

 

1 Veneering

How is it applied? Often pond builders will employ a technique called veneering. This means they will use thin pieces of rock to cover the visible sides of the pond. RockToRubber™ is perfect for this application to keep the stones from slipping down from their intended position.

2 Coping

Coping stones are another great use of RockToRubber™. By attaching the stones with concrete and using our product, the builder can provide a safe and sturdy foundation to any pond project.

 

VENEERING AND COPING A WATERFALL

VENEERING AND COPING PHOTO ROCKTORUBBER

VENEERING AND COPING PHOTO ROCKTORUBBER

RocktoRubber pond building

Rock to Rubber

RocktoRubber pond building

RocktoRubber pond building

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Questions?


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Call Mark (512) 947-1391 or EMAIL today!

Locks the Rubber Liner to Rock

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