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Whether you are replacing your old asphalt roof or looking to install a new one, Ondura roofing has a variety of benefits over traditional roofing. It is highly affordable, durable, and easy to install. What’s more, it is recognized by the EPA as an Environmentally Preferred Product (EPP), making it the ‘greenest’ roofing material on the market. However, installing new roofing is not without its own set of dangers. Listed below are some tips to avoid these dangers. metal roofing

Before installing Ondura roofing, you need to know how to properly attach each panel to the roof purlins. ONDURA nails have a 3-inch-long shank with a rubber washer around the head. To secure the panels, drive them into the roof purlins from the center of each corrugation ridge. Repeat this process for the next row. After installing the first row of panels, cut the remaining roof panels to the correct size using a utility knife.

Ondura roofing has a lifetime warranty. If something breaks or is not installed properly, Onduline will replace it with new material. You will need to provide proof of purchase and homeowner’s warranty certificate. However, keep in mind that the warranty does not cover color coating. While Ondura does provide instructions, it is not a substitute for a licensed contractor. As always, you should take precautions while working on roofing.