Dry-in Process for Shingle Roofing, Metal Roofing, and Tile Roofing
“Drying In” is short for dry inside. It means to make the roof impermeable to rain and weather. A roof dry in is accomplished by installing a roofing underlayment on top of the wood substrate of the roof.
Sabal Construction and Roofing, LLC only use Polyglass TU MAX and other high quality products like roofing waterproofing membranes and roof coatings for metal roofing, tile roofing and shingle roofing for residential and commercial clients.
Sabal Construction and Roofing, LLC Dry-In Process
Polystick TU MAX is a homogeneous rubberized asphalt waterproofing membrane designed specifically for use as an underlayment in adhesive foam or mechanically fastened roof tile applications. TU Max features a superior polyester reinforced surface fabric which provides for exceptional durability, UV exposure rating, and proven foam set adhesion.
Additionally, the surfacing has been tested to comply with all minimum requirements for roof tile applications including skid resistance, tile stackability and high temperature ratings. Polystick TU MAX is designed for use in new construction and re-roof applications where tiles may be stacked on rooftops for extended periods of time. Polystick TU MAX is rated for 180 day exposure.
What is the importance of Dry-in?
Drying in is a preventative measure that will protect the your roof is sealed and protected.
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