Rubber roof repair

Old 03-06-07, 09:16 AM
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Rubber roof repair


I have a piece (2 sq feet) of my rubber roof torn away by the wind. It is
at the edge of the roof. I guess the wind just got under the edge and lift
part of the roof off.

Is it repairable? If so what is the best way to repair a rubber roof ?

It is a small roof over my 3-season porch.

Thank you for any advices
Old 03-06-07, 04:07 PM
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Yes, it can be repaired. But not easily. You will have to get a rubber roof splice kit. I am not sure if you need another piece of rubber or not. If you do, it will not be cheap. They do not sell pieces. Follow the instructions on the kit. You will probably have to buy glue also and maybe a couple of other things. If your existing roof has some age on it, it might be better to replace the whole thing. Good Luck PS. Your probably going to get 10 different replys with 10 different ways on how to do it.

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