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Sunniland Roofing Supplies – Underlayments

With all the seams in a roof, especially with traditional shingles, there needs to be a layer of protection between the roofing materials and the physical structure of a house. That’s where roofing underlayment materials come into play. Traditionally, an asphalt-saturated building paper acted as a weather barrier between roofing materials and the roof; however, nowadays there are many options for roofing underlayment materials including everything from rubberized asphalt to organic, fiberglass to synthetic. The right underlayment for a roof will keep moisture, cold weather and stifling summer air out, giving the roof a longer life. Many have anti-slip technology to protect the people who install the roof, and they can be exposed for up to six months while the roof gets built. If going green is important, choose from organic underlayments, as well as synthetic ones which can help the home become Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certified.

The brands we represent include:

Atlas

Atlas® Roofing Corporation is an innovative, customer-oriented manufacturer of residential and commercial building materials. Atlas has grown from a single roofing shingle manufacturing facility in 1982 into an industry leader with 19 plants in North America and worldwide product distribution. All Atlas products are manufactured in state-of-the-art facilities and shipped worldwide from its network of manufacturing plants and distribution facilities in the United States and Canada. Atlas Roofing Corporation is made up of 6 major divisions: Wall Insulation, Roof Insulation, Roof Shingles, Roof Underlayment, Web Technologies, and Atlas EPS.

Boral Roofing

While tile is ultimately the first line of defense against the elements on a roof installation, underlayments play a critical role by providing a secondary level of waterproofing protection directly on top of the wood roof deck. As a crucial barrier that contributes to the performance and longevity of the entire roof system, it is important to choose the right underlayment for your roof and your particular climate.

Certainteed

certainteed-logoCertainTeed Commercial Roofing offers a complete line of hot asphalt, cold process, torch welded and self-adhered low-slope roofing systems providing a wide array of APP and SBS modified bitumen roofing choices and built-up roofing options for the applicator and designer.  CertainTeed’s commercial roofing products and systems are engineered to offer superior performance and longevity.

Mid-States Asphalt

Since 1994, Mid-States Quik-Melt Asphalt has been helping contractors across the country save time and money, all while providing a safer working environment for their roofers. They package traditional roofing asphalt into a manageable and compact 50lb brick that’s proving to be more than just easy to work with. It’s actually changing the way top contractors view and estimate their built-up roofing
(BUR) projects.

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Self Adhered Underlayments

RhinoRoof by InterWrap

RhinoRoof U20 is a highly engineered, mechanically attached, coated woven synthetic roofing underlayment for sloped roofs. RhinoRoof’s durable and high strength design along with its fiber grip walking surface provides a considerable improvement over asphalt saturated felt. Its fiber grip textured walking surface can also be chalked just like felt.

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RhinoRoof U20

SDP Advanced Polymer Products

SDP Advanced Polymer Products (SDP) is a sales & marketing company engaged in world class advanced polymer processing R&D, novel product design, and intellectual property development and commercialization. The founding principal of SDP has over 20 years combined experience in advanced polymer processing research, product development, product design, manufacturing, sales and marketing.

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Palisade Synthetic Underlayment
Palisade SA-HT Underlayment

TAMKO

Today, TAMKO remains headquartered in Joplin—the very place it first began— and operates additional manufacturing facilities and warehouse facilities across the country in order to serve its customers with roofing and decking products.

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TW Underlayments

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