Roofing Felt

Learn everything you need to know about roofing felt and its use in USA commercial or industrial roofing applications here. Learn about what it is and its uses in the following paragraphs.

Roofing felt, also known as tar paper, is a material that lies between the roof and the building and the final layer of roofing material. It is an added layer of protection from the weather.

Roofing felt consists of glass fiber and bituminous elements such as asphaltic bitumen and tar. Roofing felt is made in forms of huge rolls and oftentimes, a mineral-like material such as sand is applied on one of the sides of the roll to prevent it from sticking to each other.

Roofing felt protects the roof and is one of the lines of defense to protect the structure of a commercial building. It provides a barrier between the sheathing on the roof and the final roofing material. Should water or snow accumulate, this under layer will provide valuable protection.

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