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Old 09-26-2010, 07:50 PM   #1
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it is my understanding that 3 layers is the maximum amount of layers you can have on your roof in colorado, but i was also told that it would put to much weight on your house, so you should tear it all off and go with one layer, is this true?

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RIp it to the deck, install I&W shield and your shingles. Use HDD nails.

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I was always told 2 was the max....

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