11:13AM | 03/18/07
Member Since: 03/17/07
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I need a solution to gain ice deflection control on a gently slpoed rubber roof


03:01PM | 03/19/07
Member Since: 11/10/06
138 lifetime posts
You have a few options, to name some, An ice railing standing a few inches high and a foot from the eves can prevent ice from dropping down durring melting. The fasteners must be sealed to prevent leaking.

Another option is to use a granualated roll roofing for the first six feet. ( torch down or cold applied) Stops slipping of the ice by providing grip, and can tie in to the rubber membrain.

When I have time later I`ll get more options to ya. Remember, Rubber roofing is designed to be on flat center drained roofs ten stories and up. There are better products for your home !!


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