Peel and stick underlayment can be a very important solution for roofs in areas that have high winds. Roof underlayment can act as the best weather barrier for your roof between the plywood and the other roofing structures. Asphalt saturated underlayment was previously the most popular choice for a roof, but peel and stick have become a favored choice in areas like Florida which tend to be humid. The greatest benefits:

Unlike the traditional forms of underlayment, the peel and stick style underlays are more durable. When put up against the weather in Florida, this underlayment can improve your roof over time and help you get a longer lifespan from the materials.

Installing quality underlayment is faster and easier with the help of the proper adhesive components. Peel and stick is a system that makes installing underlayment easier than ever before. There is no need to nail the underlayment over time and this will reduce the requirements for labor considerably.

A better quality barrier happens with this underlayment because of the non wrinkle properties. There is no way for the water to pool along the barrier or penetrate below the barrier. The underlayment can cut installation times and lead to better results with a roof.

It is a stronger material as well. Unlike traditional asphalt, this is a system that will not tear or crack and the risk to the installation is very minimal.

If you are considering the option of a roofing replacement, peel and stick underlayment is a huge asset to your next roofing job. Contact us today to use it in your next repair or installation.

This post was written by Ted Williams! Ted is the owner of A Old Time Roofing which offers the best Pinellas County roofing! Ted is a Master Elite Weather Stopper GAF Roofing Contractor, a double award winner of Best Steep-Slope Contractor from GAF, and an achiever of Master Elite Consumer Protection Excellence from GAF. He has been serving the Pinellas County area since 1978. Old Time Roofing has a tradition of quality workmanship, servicing residential and commercial properties.