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0099 Side Laps in Single Ply Modified Bitumen Roofs - Flat Roofing - Modified Bitumen
 
0099 Side Laps in Single Ply Modified Bitumen Roofs - Flat Roofing - Modified Bitumen -

Image Text: The side laps of adjacent rows should be staggered so that stresses do not concentrate along a single line > watch for opened seams if the laps have not been staggered > 39 inches (1 meter) > seams may be mopped or torched > downward slope of roof > roof sheathing > typically installed with a 3 inch overlap at the edges and sides

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