How To Install Roll Roofing Over Shingles. Watch as these roofers lay out materials, set a starter course, and cut and nail down flashing and shingles. Don't nail them down through the shingles.
At this point, you’ll add the piece of roll roofing material that is 36 inches (1 meter) wide. Watch as these roofers lay out materials, set a starter course, and cut and nail down flashing and shingles. Start by installing a full shingle at one end of the roof.
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Remove All Loose Or Protruding Nails Or Fasteners
Nail the step flashing to the wall toward the top of the flashing at the end that's closer to the peak, so the next step flashing in line will cover the nail. Prepare a valley between joined roofs by cutting a strip that is 18 inches wide and covers the entire length of the valley. Cut a hole in a piece of roofing about 2 feet wide and slip it over the pipe.
Roofing Nails Should Be Used To Fix The Metal Sheets To The Pine Slats Beneath.
The screws should be placed in the center line of the first section as well. Follow the same pattern until you get to the other end of the roof. Add roofing cement to the edges of where you will install the sheet before slowly setting it down.
Besides, Roll Roofing Is Easier To Install On Your Roof.
Butt the end of each shingle in the course against the previous one. Start from the top and work towards the bottom for each section of roofing that you install. To seal a plumbing vent, spread roofing cement around the pipe.
Watch As These Roofers Lay Out Materials, Set A Starter Course, And Cut And Nail Down Flashing And Shingles.
Apply roofing cement under the top edge and nail the top edge of roll roofing in place. Place all the remaining rows of roll roofing in a similar manner. Install your next row of shingles over that first step flashing, then cover that row with a step flashing, and so on.
Continue This All The Way To The End Of The Roof.
Embed both roofing pieces in cement. Do this on both sides of your roof and then install ridge cap shingles over top of the ridge. Once you have it set, add the nails or screws at least 8 to 12 inches (20 to 30 centimeters) away from the center.