Project: Stormproof a Roof
Watch Mike Guertin in the first of two webinars on roofing details that can withstand extreme weather conditions.
When mother nature’s fury whips the roofing and underlayment off a house or beats it to a pulp what’s left to keep water from drenching the inside? By sealing up all the gaps, joints and penetrations in the roof sheathing we can keep most of the damaging water out when a hurricane, tropical storm, Nor’easter, tornado, or hailstorm tears up a roof. Learn how to strategically install self-adhering membrane at key joints on a roof to resist water penetration even when the shingles and underlayment are lost or damaged by a storm. And see how to detail the membrane to direct water back to the shingle surface.
Originally presented live on Monday, May 11, 2020
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Stormproof Your Roof – Self-adhering underlayment provides critical protection in vulnerable locations.