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Tag & Stick Underlayment Is Better In More Ways Than One


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When you live in Florida, you witness the power of mother nature. It’s not strange to consider, how does a roof measure up? During hurricane strong-winds and torrential rains, how is it that we remain dry underneath?

The roof underlayment is primarily responsible for a leak-less ceiling. It’s the first waterproofing material placed on your roof and acts as the main defense in the event of stormwater penetration.  It’s water-resistant qualities allow for the protection of our families and belongings.

In this article, we will discuss the traditional peel & stick underlayment and explain why Tag & Stick systems are even better.

Self Adhered Roofing Systems

Peel and stick is a self-adhered underlayment system that is fast becoming one of the more popular options for roofing in Florida. It’s cheaper than alternative methods and it’s easier to install. Roofing professionals across South Florida are catching on to the advantages of peel and stick roofing underlayment and choosing these materials as their top choice.

There are several advantages to choosing peel and stick roofing underlayments.

  • Easy Installation

    It’s no secret that non-adhesive underlayments are trickier to install. In addition, the rolls of felt are larger meaning that only one worker is required to install the materials.

  • Moisture Barrier

    Without nail holes, peel and stick underlayment with adhesive applied roof tile installation, leaves very little room for moisture to seep through.

  • Worker Safety

    In addition to being easier to manage, the rolls of peel and stick material is also easier to walk on. By improving the walkability of a work surface, the roof becomes a safer space to maintain, inspect, and restore.

  • Stronger Material

    One of the most impressive benefits is the strength that the material offers. Peel and stick underlayment options leave behind the concerns of cracking and tearing which are so commonly associated with asphalt underlayment.

    The thickness and durability of the material are two important factors that set it apart from other underlayment options.

Tag & Stick – The Ultimate Peel And Stick Underlayment

Peel and stick underlayment materials introduce a modern and effective solution to your roofing needs. Leading the progression is Tag & Stick, the two-ply water-barrier underlayment system.

The mechanical attachment of the base sheet portion is the leading edge of the self-adhering technology which makes Tag & Stick the perfect solution for all your roofing needs.

Advantages of Tag & Stick

There are many advantages to choosing Tag & Stick as the ultimate peel and stick roofing underlayment solution.

  • Quick installation
  • The only self-adhered system with a base sheet for sloped roofs that meets the wind uplift requirements in the High-Velocity Hurricane Zones
  • No deck-priming needed
  • Works with battens and all existing flashings
  • Can be used with tile, shingles, metal, shakes, and slate roofs Removable in the future
  • If for some reason the roof needs to be replaced, it can be removed without de-laminating the roof deck

Tag & Stick boasts an impressive, and proven, self-adhering technology that far surpasses other peel and stick roofing underlayment options. The mechanical attachment combined with the two-ply water-barrier system makes Tag & Stick the perfect solution.

You don’t need to concern yourself with water moisture in your home due to the poor underlayment or damage.

Installing a roof underlayment is a smart first-defense against a number of roofing problems and you want to make sure that you do it right. Have questions? We have answers! Call us at 954-255-3107 to find out if Tag & Stick is the support and underlayment solution that your roof needs.

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