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Old 10-17-2013, 10:39 AM   #1
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What brand(s) of pipe boots would you recommend...and why? Thanks, in advance, for your assistance.

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The properly installed kind.

No...but in all seriousness, is this for a new roof application?

I like doubled up exterior collars or something like a PermaBoot.

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What type of roof are we talking about here?
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It is a steep (5/12) shingle roof.
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Your options are rubber or metal. The metal ones are the best. But more expensive. Rubber will work if properly installed. Sealed (caulked) on top and on the side seam. Also when my roof was done. I had them run ice and water sheild for addition protection.
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