TOPIC: I Have An Existing Metal Roof and Have A Question
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I need a new metal roof due to a hail storm. I know the hired roofer plans on utilizing a synthetic underlayment (Rhino Roofing Product U20). Should the asphalt paper, that seems to be in great shape, be removed prior to their new underlayment material? Will there be any chemical reactions due to the asphalt paper and the synthetic underlayment touching each other?
I am located in Santa Fe County area in New Mexico.
You can go over the existing underlayment with a layer of synthetic will no ill effect.
working with a contractor on a poorly installed metal roof on a stable-they have integrated skylights that conform with the panel-no curb-we want to use an insulated panel but having a hard time finding a metal company that offers complimenting skylights
What kind of panel roof are you using? There are skylight from Velux that have moldable flashings to them.
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