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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.
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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