|Type:||Waterproof Membrane||Place of Origin:||Tamil Nadu India||Brand Name:||Water Reed|
|Type::||Other Waterproofing Materials||Color::||White Yellow||Package::||in bundle|
|Quality::||high||Usage::||for thatching roof||Material::||Water Reed|
|Packaging Detail:||in bundle or sheaf, we also can do as your request.|
|Delivery Detail:||within 7 days after receiving your Order|
dry and no leafage
natural for roof thatching
natural golden, durable and waterproof
size can do as your request
Insulation laid so that it covers the eaves, significantly reduces ventilation to the roof.
Insulation is often laid in contact with the roofing felt. Where the felt is impervious any contact condensation will run down the felt and make the insulation damp.
Many modern insulation quilts such as fibreglass, in comparison with alternatives that are now readily available, retain moisture. Where an impervious roofing felt has been used, this type of insulation may not dry out readily.
In the worst case the insulation becomes a soggy mass at the bottom, causing the feet of the rafters and the ends of the joists to decay.
This brief overview of some of the problems that can be encountered where the roof of an old building has been provided with a secondary barrier and insulation, illustrates that there is a need to evaluate the
influence that any changes in the traditional ‘breathing’ performance of the roofs of old buildings is having.