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Old 06-26-2012, 10:57 AM   #1
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Underlayment over ice & water question


After laying the one row of ice/water membrane along the eve, where does the underlayment start?

A) Completely covering the ice/water membrane with the first row of underlayment?
OR... B) Just overlapping the top edge of the ice/water membrane?

If just overlapping ...what is the recommended amount of overlap?
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Either or.
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even though WOW is correct, I'd say B...it's cheaper
overlap minimum of 2"
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even though WOW is correct, I'd say B...it's cheaper
overlap minimum of 2"
True.

We use the synthetic and half the time it is about how many elevations of underlayment there are and not having to cut it back on the top so that we can use full 4' pieces.
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so that we can use full 4' pieces.
Very good point
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