If you are a professional in this field Follow these steps for DIY roofing.
The roof can be re-sealed to provide more protection from the elements, without having to replace it completely. Even shingles that are properly installed can be damaged by windblown snow or rain. Ice dams, which are made of frozen water or snow on the roof’s edges, and could cause chaos and seepage of water under the lower shingles, which then flows into your home, are far worse. Install a self-adhesive, waterproof underlayment (“ice barriers”) to prevent the water from seeping through. This adheres tight to the roofing sheathing and secures it to any nails, and can be self-adhesive. Your roof is covered with No. 15 Asphalt-saturated felt underneathlayment. The layers cover each other by 2 inches. Follow this step by nailing drip edges on the rakes (sides of the roof) and then on top of the underlayment. Look for the middle of your roof between the top and edge. Next, create a chalk line horizontally. The line is utilized by most professionals to start shingling. Then, they’ll move from left to right in the direction of the rakes. wo3jfvg9m1.