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Full SBS type felt over a base layer of SBS 2mm underlay.Really ! what sort of felt is it ? Does the fact its a slope rather a flat roof make a difference to the life span .
Full SBS type felt over a base layer of SBS 2mm underlay.
Just pulled this from Google as it can spell better than me
SBS modified bitumen roofing is a material made out of asphalt and synthetic rubber, making it an exceptionally flexible material for flat roofs. ... This material works best on low-slope commercial roofs, and many manufacturers use glass, polyester, or composite reinforcements.
If i thought you never had the skills for the 2 rolls downstairs i would not have told you about it...it will look fabulous when done and a bit of patina thrown inIf that felt is what I think it is, it is bloody good stuff. I took Roofmans advice a couple years back when I needed to felt my little shed roof, it went on beautifully and looks lovely.
The only snag was, I listened to his other bloody advice too. I now have two (yes, just two) rolls of felt downstairs that cost a fiver shy of six hundred pounds, sterling I am still speechless over it. But I think it is going to look very special when it's done.