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Roofing

Henry’s superior line of self-adhered roofing underlayments shed water and provide secondary water protection to any roofing surface. Additionally, they act as a vapor barrier in cold climates and provide protection for wind-driven rain and ice-damming at the gutter-eave interface.

EVERY sloped roof needs underlayments! Choose Henry.

Low-Slope Two-Ply Self-Adhered Waterproof Roll Roofing

A self-adhered roofing membrane used as a two-ply roofing sheet for exposure to various weather conditions.

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Blueskin Roof Ice and Water Barrier RF200

An SBS modified bitumen high-temperature roofing underlayment reinforced with a textured skid-resistant polyethylene film; specifically designed to be self-adhered on sloped roof surfaces as secondary seal under shingles or tile.

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Blueskin Roof Tile and Metal RF200TM

An SBS modified bitumen high-temperature roofing underlayment reinforced with a textured skid-resistant polyethylene film; specifically designed to be self-adhered on sloped roof surfaces as secondary seal under any type of roofing including tile and metal.

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Blueskin Roof High Temp Roof Underlayment PE200HT

A self-adhered roofing underlayment consisting of a high softening point, SBS rubberized asphalt compound; adheres directly to roof decks or certain insulation panels prior to the application of finished roof coverings.

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Blueskin Roof Low Temp Roof Underlayment RF200LT

An SBS modified bitumen roofing membrane underlayment reinforced with a superior skid-resistant polyethylene surface film; used as a secondary waterproofing layer on slope roofs.

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SRR Eaveguard® Start-R-Roll

Specifically designed to provide a protective waterproof base beneath the first course of shingles; can be used for roof flashing and gutter repairs.

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Eaveguard® Self-Adhered Shingle Underlayment

Specifically designed to provide secondary waterproofing protection to shingles as well as prevent ice damage.

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