Roof with felt underlayment

Roof Underlayment and Water Barrier

Roof covering is an important part of your roof but what happens when the metal or shingles become wind blown or the tile crack? It is your underlayment that protects the inside from water intrusion. Underlayment is the probably more important then the roof covering. Selecting the right underlayment may also help save on insurance premiums.

Contact the roof experts at Affordable Roofing by John Cadwell, Inc. today to learn more about which roofing supply underlayment is best for your roof and budget.

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Types of Roofing Deck Protection, Vapor Barrier, and Underlayment for Residential and Commercial roofing.

Roofing Underlayment, Felt, and Water Barrier Information

Torch Down – Heat Sealed Roof Barrier is incredibly durable and allows you to provide your roof with comprehensive watertight covering to protect it from wind and rain. A mineral surface roof floor water barrier. When heated with a torch, the underside of the tar felt melts allowing you to fix the material in place. When it cools, the liquid solidifies holding the roofing felt in place.

Peel and Stick – Underlayment Water Barrier roll roofing is extremely strong, offering water barrier within the roof system while protecting the structure from water damaged. Compatible with shingles, metal roofing, and tile roofing. Constructed of synthetic, woven polypropylene fabric, heat sealed, with UV and water resistive coatings and used in code approved roofing.

Base SheetFelt Paper is premium nailable roofing felt paper that can be mechanically attached to plywood, wood fiber, poured gypsum and light weight insulation concrete decks. Constructed of fiberglass asphalt organic saturated felt and available in 15lb, 30lb, and 43lb to work with local and state building codes.

Underlayment for Roof Install