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NRCA Repair Manual for Low Slope Membrane Roof Systems, 2nd Edition

Product Code/ISBN: 3905

The NRCA's Repair Manual for Low Slope Membrane Roof Systems is the perfect guidebook you need to repair all problems associated with low slope membrane roof systems.  The text has been expertly handcrafted by the Asphalt Roofing Manufactures Association (ARMA) and the Single Ply Roofing Industry (SPRI) along with the National Roofing Contractors Association (NRCA).  This essential volume of text will help you to identify and repair those tough roofing questions and troubles.  It will teach and instruct you on the best procedures dealing with modified butimen, thermoset, thermoplastic, and built-up roof systems.  The repairs taught in this book fall into three subcategories: major repairs, general repairs, and spot patching.  Through these categories you will get the best and most accurate information you can about these roofing systems.  The text even includes instructions on over 150 repairs to help you further identify what you need to do on the job site.  What makes The Repair Manual for Low Slope Membrane Roof System even better is the fact that it is specifically designed to be used on the job site.  You can bring it with you anywhere, anytime, and any place.  Don’t leave home without this must-have book!


About the publisher:  The NRCA (National Roofing Contractors Association) was founded in 1886 and represents all aspects of the roofing trade.  It is one of the most well known and well respected associations in the entire construction field.  Not only do they work in conjunction with roofers spanning across many different job types, but they work hand in hand with the county and government agencies to make sure their members receive the best information and benefits.  Their purpose and mission is to keep their members and the public informed about the roofing industry while also collaborating with their members to serve their customers.  The organization is non-profit and has over 3,500 members spanning across 50 states and 53 different countries.