Fluid Applied Roofing

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This topic includes information related to fluid applied roofing installed during construction. Fluid applied roofing is used on new and existing low slope and flat commercial roofs to keep rain water from entering a structure and provide an effective energy saving reflective surface. The viscous fluid is applied by a sprayer, roller or brush which creates a monolithic membrane that has no seams.

Fluid Applied Roofing
Last modified on Tue, Oct 19, 2010
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