Roofing underlayment serves as a protective barrier between your actual roof and the structure below it. While underlayment isn’t always used with thatch roofs, it’s a good idea to get to know some of the terminology associated with roofing when you’re thinking about installing synthetic thatch on your commercial building.
What is Underlayment?
Typically used beneath traditional shingles, underlayment materials can range from rubberized asphalt to fiberglass. The idea behind it is to prevent moisture, the elements, and air of extreme temperatures from causing damage to your roof.
Synthetic underlayment has become increasingly popular because it’s designed to last.
Does Your Building Need a Synthetic Thatch Roof?
We’d love to show you how Endureed can provide you with the imitation thatch roofing materials you need to create a beautiful aesthetic your guests will love.
Call us at 877-784-2824 or contact us online to learn more about our products. You can also explore:
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