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Bruce Ryan has 20 years of roofing, waterproofing, and building envelope consulting experience with PRC, with 5 years of commercial roofing experience prior to joining the firm. He became Vice President of the company in 1998. Bruce Ryan plays a key role in the development of practical, long-term roofing and waterproofing solutions, along with implementation of on-site forensic studies. Bruce also has a high level of experience with regard to the impacts of roofing materials and construction for demanding clients with heavily occupied structures.
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Thomas, I think you are ventilating your insulation layer if I understand correctly, which would nullify it. You would need to place your batten system on top of the insulation to vent the underside
Beth, please check out rci-online.org and find a roof consultant close to your area. I would suggest engaging one of them for advice. I think that your situation sounds complicated enough that a site
Gloria, I suggest you visit rci-online.org and search for a roof and building envelope consultant in your immediate area. You will find professionals listed there that can be counted on to provide
Gloria, I hope that things with your living situation improve for 2017! With regard to the standing water; the dangers can range from premature roof membrane failure resulting in water intrusion
Age old question: If you are facing a neighbor that is unwilling to replace their roof at the same time, you could try installing a wood framed separation wall which would stand no less than 6" above
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