Low Slope Roofing Installation Guide – By Roof Repair 101

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► Rubber Repair Repair Kit available on Amamzon:
► “Low Slope Roofing Installation Guide” by Roof Repair 101

Full Installation Guide for Low Slope Modified Roofing (Cold-Applied Liberty System).
Low Slope Roofing Systems such as Liberty should only be installed on roof slopes of 2 in 12″ or higher. Never install it on roofs with ponding water.

70 Facts about Flat Roofs (includes Modified Bitumen, Tar and Gravel, Rubber Roofing / EPDM, PVC and TPO membranes) –

GAF Limerty is a 2-ply Modified Bitumen low slope roof system. A 1 in 12 roof pitch is required for this material to be installed and work properly. Otherwise the roof will most likely leak.

The base sheet is mechanically fastend to the properly prepared roof substrate.
The Cap Sheet is adhered to the base sheet.

This guide covers following procedures:

Deck Preparation
Base Ply Install
Middle Ply Install
Cap Sheet Installation
Drip Edge, Flashing and Accessory Installation details.


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