Flat Roofing Soprema 250 GR Cap Sheet Torch-On



Installation of a 2-ply Soprema SBS torch on system on flat commercial building in Vancouver, BC.
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34 Comments

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    Mens Ink January 14, 2018

    Looks ok, try standing on the other side of the roll and push it foreword with one foot, constantly putting pressure on the roll, so the bitumen can really vulcanise. And a hugh plus is that you're not walking backwards so you won't fall over any obstacles or into openings

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    magnmadsen January 14, 2018

    wow…so slow. barely any bleed out on end laps…

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    Max Steel January 14, 2018

    The first installer I have seen on the tube installing torch applied roofing correctly. THANK YOU!!!!

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    Filip Kotecki January 14, 2018

    super

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    FuckEbonics January 14, 2018

    Proper except there's too much bleed.

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    DACH PRO January 14, 2018

    good job!

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    User Orange January 14, 2018

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    Devan McDonald January 14, 2018

    good work man.

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    Elevated Naulty January 14, 2018

    Looks good to me

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    Hassan Malang Harifal January 14, 2018

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    justin bieber January 14, 2018

    world champion winns

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    Muzzy January 14, 2018

    Good job, nice and steady (some smartarses would say slow). Throw in a 60km/hr wind and its a whole different story. I degranulate all my end laps too, never had a failure in 30 years doing torchon. Have come across a lot of work done by others, separated where overlapped without scraping the granules away.

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    Pvt. lunchbox January 14, 2018

    what tool is he using? to move the roll as he walks.

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    please write in the average cost of square meters? Thank you!

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    Moerakski January 14, 2018

    Is this top layer to soft to stand on when its hot or is this just a different way of torching ive only seen videos of. Seems legit

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    Kodak B January 14, 2018

    Juicy

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    Yuvraj Patil January 14, 2018

    does this thing stop water leakage from terrace? even during heavy rain fall?

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    joetake holly January 14, 2018

    my dad did built up felt flat roofing for over 50 years .I done it on an off for 30years .we used to use 2 gas guns an a roll bar on big Areas always better ,but I still use the good old roll an pour to this day .or do a clean finish .

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    higgy one January 14, 2018

    nice to see good work, i do flat roofing in ns. modified,epdm and pvc's. it's nice to see that someone else takes pride in thier work. yes degranulation, i like!!

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    Fer Cia January 14, 2018

    nice

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    thein tunaung January 14, 2018

    Good job .. two people would be quicker and better perhaps?

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    Kevin Mccausland January 14, 2018

    Now that's a roofer who does things the right way.

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    johnnymwmadden January 14, 2018

    job welll done

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    G January 14, 2018

    good bye felt in summer heat

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    Quality Roofing Services LTD January 14, 2018

    nice done 

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    Florin Gramaticu January 14, 2018

    best workmanship ever seen on youtube! congrats!

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    trevor francis January 14, 2018

    have you tried nailing the base layer up side down at 9 inch ctrs, you have bitumen on bitumen and don't need as much heat on the area, just the lap, it's vented from the deck,for timber decks only,I tried it  years ago and it works fine,black glass fibre drip to eaves,bonded to base layer and nailed the cap sheet bonded to trim.

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    trevor francis January 14, 2018

    brings back memories 30yr ago,bronze debigum,euroroof italy, hyranger france good felts, bark brown mineral pour and roll much quicker,soapy water for picking up the seams,I miss it,you cant beat a woodwool slab roof,any jobs for an old hand

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    Giuli Bellu January 14, 2018

    cambia lavoro!! 1 la guaina la devi far sormontare 10 cm 
                           2 non si cammina MAI all' indietro su un tetto
                          3 si fa scorrere il rotolo con i piedi cosi da far aderire la guaina 
                          4 se a stende un rotolo ci metti 5 minuti mi immagino che tu stia lavorando ad ore e non al metro!

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    rick baker January 14, 2018

    Good job from a London felter

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    DaveSender66 January 14, 2018

    I like to watch a pro in action. Good work !!!!

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    Jack Superior January 14, 2018

    Nice Work! I LIKE THE BUTTERED JOINTS ON THE BASE SHEET.

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    Dementox X January 14, 2018

    nice bleed

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    brushrescue1701 January 14, 2018

    AWESOME WORK man good job 🙂

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