Dry in a newly-sheathed roof with a roll of Zip System tape
Protect that expensive roof during installation
A drip edge overlapping strategy that won't catch the eye
The underlayment is the water control layer; valleys, crickets, and chimneys are the most vulnerable spots
There is more to metal roofing than standing seam and corrugated barn panels
Roofs peel off from the edges, so it is critical to hold them tight
Like an out-of-plumb wall, an insulated and unvented roof can work well—or not.
Overlapping tapes with gravity in mind keeps water out of the house
Left-, right-, and straight-cutting snips with single- and compound-leverage each have their place on a jobsite
Learn how to quickly lock out moisture and air in these three 30-second videos showing how to load, gun, and roll ZIP System tape onto ZIP System sheathing panels.