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Roof Underlayments - September 2015

Roof underlayments featured in Metal Architecture's September 2015 issue.

Atlas Roofing's WeatherMaster PolySeal SE is a self-adhering modified composite roof underlayment with a selvage edge.

 

Atlas Roofing Corp.

Atlas Roofing's WeatherMaster PolySeal SE is a self-adhering modified composite roof underlayment with a selvage edge. The 50-mil roof underlayment features a soft surfaced polyester face that allows for direct-to-deck application, and provides metal roofs a barrier to storm damage, ultraviolet degradation and moisture. WeatherMaster PolySeal SE can be applied to dry roof deck surfaces during fair, dry weather in temperatures above 45 F before a metal roof surface is installed.

www.atlasroofing.com

 

Barricade Building Products' Roof Pro synthetic roof underlayment provides tear resistance and has a non-skid, cool gray surface.

 

Barricade Building Products

Barricade Building Products' Roof Pro synthetic roof underlayment provides tear resistance and has a non-skid, cool gray surface. Roof Pro lies flat, doesn't wrinkle, is water resistant, and has a faster installation time compared to felt and other narrower synthetics.

www.barricadebp.com

 

Firestone Building Products' CLAD-GARD SA FR with CoreGard technology is a self-adhered, waterproof, UL Class A roof underlayment.

 

Firestone Building Products Co. LLC

Firestone Building Products' CLAD-GARD SA FR with CoreGard technology is a self-adhered, waterproof, UL Class A roof underlayment. It self-seals around nails or metal roofing fasteners and primer is not required in temperatures of 40 F and higher. CLAD-GARD SA FR with CoreGard technology is ASTM 1970 approved.

www.firestonebpco.com