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Old 05-22-2017, 06:43 AM   #1
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How do I install torch down roofing?


Hello everyone, I need your help, could anyone tell me how to install torch down roof? I don't have any idea about it, but customer want to have kind of roofing done. Please help!!

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Old 07-05-2017, 03:37 AM   #2
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You have asked a very generic question, if a roof is torched down then obviously it needs to be replaced, if it is beyond repair. Will you please give me more details or contact us here for more assistance:http://mydfwroofer.com/contact-us/
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I have seen a number of pieces posted by Dimensional and from my point of view this guy is a spammer. I not sure how his posting on here is helping him but what he is posting is clearly contrived. Please help remove him.

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Re: How do I install torch down roofing?


Torch down roof is a type of membrane that needs to be heater to stick on top of the previous layer. This is likely elastomeric membrane, or mod bit roofing product, that you heat with a torch before applying it.

Although popular for years, this product main advantage seems to be that it's cheap to install, with a result similar to a 1 or 2 plies BUR, with staggered joints. From what I read about the different roofing techniques, torch down is still better than EPDM when installed properly, but personally, I would pay a bit more for TPO made by a reputable company.

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