Klober Permo Air Breather Roofing Membrane



Episode 33 ~ Klober Permo Air Breather Membrane Permo® air, a low resistance air-open underlay. It is the ideal solution where there is a high risk of …
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    marco sablan October 17, 2017

    thank you for responding. what tool can I use that's fast and efficient to nail those. staple gun? nail gun?

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    marco sablan October 17, 2017

    is that a Makita Brad nailer? for the battens

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    Шашни Женские October 17, 2017

    Hi. If you want to build it yourself just google for 'woodprix' . I know you'll find good solutions for your idea.

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    Ashton Stansfield October 17, 2017

    I am sceptical as to whether draping the felt will eliminate the problem.

    This would never have happened with 1F bitumin felt and I really see no benefit to using a breathable membran on a traditional pitched roof.

    A bitumin felt underlay with fascia vents around the perimeter seems like a proven risk free alternative in the majority of residential properties?

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    GARRY BASHAM October 17, 2017

    Nice to hear from someone who knows what they are talking about..!

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    Tim Hosten October 17, 2017

    in belgie gebruiken we sneeuwlatten op de keepers om dit probleem te vermijden. zouden jullie beter ook doen.

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    J Mobasheri October 17, 2017

    Good vedio . I am building a outbuilding flat roof annex for my disabled father. Just would like to know shall I put the breather membrane below the ply wood and above the beams or on the top of the ply outside

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    Dominic Mackrill October 17, 2017

    Thats seems sound advice about the drape, however if the celotex is pushed up tight to the underside surly then you are not letting the roof circulate air? Don't you want that air/drape gap so air circulates around the insulated part of the roof and then out through the membrane? By counter battening all I can see is you circulate air between the membrane and tiles which is not helping.

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    Liverpool Roofing Repairs October 17, 2017

    Very interesting, thanks for the information mate, here at liverpool roofing repairs we had some issues with it

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    taffytop October 17, 2017

    it's hard to ping chalk lines when it's saggy and I wouldn't believe everything manufacturers say they have an agenda only to sell product

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    taffytop October 17, 2017

    Rodger is not a roofer never has been his background is plumbing

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    michael cannock October 17, 2017

    to be fair all i do is roofing and rendering and 9 out 10 roof i do is down to people not knowing what there doing

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    Rob k October 17, 2017

    I suppose its a stupid question but can you put a membrane on an old roof (1920's) without taking the tiles off 😀

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    jason woods October 17, 2017

    I never knew that,but does that not make it noisy if you had a bedroom below,when its windy my sisters roof is quite noisy,but then again her builder was a proper back to front

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    Choppington Otter October 17, 2017

    What a useful tip! Really helpful.

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    Cameron Hamill October 17, 2017

    Thanks for this video. I like the idea of a counter batten system. Provide maximum air flow. Is there any issue with priming and then painting roof battens? I've never seen it done though. Why not prime and paint the battens to preserve the wood? Less worry about wood rot then. I would choose the roofing membrane as you showed and then a counter batten system with painted battens.

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    Iestyn Jones October 17, 2017

    Great video. Nice to have it explained so simply.

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    MrHavokman October 17, 2017

    Roofers have started using notched battens here in nz

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