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Rubber Roof Questions

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Looking for opinions on installation tips for puting a rubber roof on a 14 x 6-1/2 V house. Do you put the sheeting material on the rafters & then glue it to that or do you have to put something over the sheeting ? What do you use for trim/attaching the rubber ? Also, how much glue would be required for this size house ? Looking at as an alternative to one peice galv roof.

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I just did my 7x16 bought the piece from menards and also in thet isle they have the aluminum strip to attatch it with mine took about 2 1/2 gallons put the piece on the roof pull back half than glue than do other half works really good.

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This should give you a fairly good idea of what I did. I sheated the top, used the insulation board recommended with the kit. I added a two by four around the entire outside roof edge to avoid getting dripped on. We glued it and installed the cheap transition strip.

I have had no problems at all with this method. I am sure it is not the best one it was the first on I have done but it was pretty simple and self explanatory.

Ed

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