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Synthetic Roof Underlayment Products.

The roofing industry had been stagnant for several decades. The challenge was to improve the performance characteristics of roofing. Keeping in Line with Technological Advancements, we came up with a product which is lightweight, & designed as an alternative to asphalt saturated felt. Our shingle underlayment sheet features a woven polymeric scrim for increased strength and reduced slippage between underlayment and the roof sheathing. A textured top surface fabric improves walkability during installation. Also, our synthetic roof underlayment is highly resistant to tear, whether it is by walking on it or UV breakdown.
Mayur’s Synthetic Roof Underlayment can be mechanically fastened to several different substrates, making it an excellent underlayment solution for new and re-roofing applications.

Our Synthetic roof underlayment provides a secondary weather barrier to help fortify roofs from wind-driven rain or simple exposure to the elements. Our synthetic underlayment is designed to enhance the life of the roof. Equally as important, this moisture resistant synthetic underlayment is a water barrier built to stand strong when its needed the most. Also our Synthetic Roof Underlayment is a highly engineered and coated with woven which combines a durable and high strength design with a fibre grip walking surface.

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Roll length: 1000 – 4000 sq. yards

Roll width: 40 inch – 120 inch

Roll GSM: 85 gsm – 400 gsm

Approx. Coverage: 1000 – 4000 sq. yards

UV-stabilized polypropylene construction resists UV degradation for up to 180 days*

Customized colour options

4 X Lighter and Stronger than traditional Asphalt Felt

Easy & Accurate Installation

Printed lap lines and fastening points

More material coverage per roll

U.V. resistant

Non-Woven top

Anti-Slip coating

Dynamic steep slope traction

100% water & air resistant

Enhanced Walkability

Better Leak Protection

Less Tears Around Fasteners

No buckling, warping or cracking

No mold growth, rot or dry out

Advanced backside non-slip coating

Low temperature flexibility

Synthetic Underlayment Advantages

Synthetic underlayment last longer when compared to felt paper underlayment. In fact, most manufacturers guarantee that it’ll last as long as your metal roofing system, if not longer. Longevity also applies to how long the bare underlayment can be exposed to the sun during an installation. The number of days or months varies by supplier, but some synthetics can last up to an entire year of UV exposure without drying out. This can be very helpful for some projects where the installation is temporarily halted or where there are harsher weathering elements.

One of the biggest complaints regarding felt underlayment is that it tears with relative ease. Plus, felt paper has been known to fly off the roof and into neighbouring properties during the installation before it’s attached to the roof deck. Synthetic underlayment is engineered with thermoplastic polymers that are significantly stronger to resist tearing, moving, or other damage that could occur during installation

Synthetic underlayment also makes a great choice in regions with higher temperatures. For example, Mayur underlayment products can withstand temperatures of up to 260 degrees (Fahrenheit), which makes it a good choice for buildings in desert, tropical, or other high-heat climates.

Most synthetic underlayment’s come in a mid-to-lighter gray color, which means the material retains less heat from the sun and doesn’t get as hot to the touch. This is especially helpful for the contractors handling and installing the underlayment.

Synthetic underlayment rolls tend to have more material and square foot coverage per roll because it’s often longer; meaning it’s a better ROI on your investment.

Synthetic underlayment averages around 2 to 4 pounds per roofing square, compared to asphalt felt paper of about 15 to 30 pounds per square. Not only does this reduce the stress inflicted on the building’s frame/structure, but it also makes it easier for installers to haul up onto the roof.

– As synthetic underlayment manufacturers we offer warranties on our products based on testing and industry standards

One of the biggest concerns for a roofing contractor is having a good, slip-resistant grip while walking and working up on a roof. Our synthetic products have a slip-resistant surface built into the material. For example, Mayur underlayment is engineered with a “heavy-duty fibrous top layer that provides superior slip resistance for wet and dusty conditions.”

One of the major perks to Synthetic Underlayments is that polyethylene and propylene are both recyclable materials. So when it comes time for the underlayment to be disposed of or if there are unusable leftover scraps, it can be recycled appropriately.

Many synthetics have a Class-A fire rating, meaning that when used in conjunction with a Class-A fire rated roof assembly, it offers the highest resistance to combustion or catching on fire.

It’s crucial to deliver underlayment that lay flat on the roof deck so the metal panels aren’t exposed to any stresses that could cause the development of oil canning. Our synthetic underlayment’s do not wrinkle when exposed to moisture, sunlight, or other elements.

House Wraps

House wrap (or house wrap) generally denotes a synthetic material used to protect buildings. House wrap functions as a weather-resistant barrier, preventing rain from getting into the wall assembly while allowing water vapor to pass to the exterior.

House wrap is defined as all synthetic materials replacing sheathing paper. They are made of a lightweight material and are wider than asphalt designs, allowing a faster installation procedure by builders and contractors. This material forms a weather-resistant barrier minimizing moisture intrusion and improving a building’s energy efficiency. This type of material will also permit the transfer of water vapor to the outside of the protected structure.
This is an important characteristic of a house wrap, because if water vapour is allowed to build up within stud or walls, moisture and mold will likely decrease and reduce the insulation characteristic or the R-value. All houses that are framed with lumber need protection. Most new house wrap materials do not perform well against nails or staples like asphalt products.

Increase energy efficiency.

Prevent mold growth, wood rot and other problems related to moisture infiltration

Make homes more comfortable all year round

Eliminate air leaks.

Provide some insulating value.

Improve efficiency of HVAC systems.

Our House wrap exceeds code requirements for air and water barriers.

Provide U.V. Protection.

Available as translucent material for easier installation of the wrap itself and the exterior siding.

Save homeowner money on heating and cooling costs.

Tear resistance.

Reduce air infiltration.

Excellent moisture control on humid climates

Allows vapour to flow out of the building.

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