Guest User
1/22/2009
A small building at our local church had a metal roof installed with no underlayment. Unfortunatly people have walked on it and damaged the roofing material and open up the seams. I found out that the seams were: 1" standing seam with a crimped cap The roof material was: 27ga terne We are going to replace the roof and was wondering what teh best underlayment is and material/gauge/seam type. I know that when the roof is off a plywood deck will finally be applied but other recommendations will be helpful. Copper won't be used due to the enormous expense. Thank you
Todd Miller
Classic Products, Inc.
1/23/2009
There is not really a "best" suggestion I can make but there are many options. Email me at [email protected] and I will send you some additional info that should be helpful.
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