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Roof felt 7 rolls for £20 instore @ B&Q Gloucester
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Roof felt 7 rolls for £20 instore @ B&Q Gloucester

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Posted 1st FebAvailable: South West (Gloucestershire)

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Heat from me though it Felt like a good deal 🍺
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Heat from me though it Felt like a good deal 🍺
I bought stuff out of b and q to do my shed roof. 2 years later its leaking again.

Can anyone recommend something more durable? Thanks
The good stuff cost about 30 40 pounds a roll
ran123ran01/02/2020 13:25

I bought stuff out of b and q to do my shed roof. 2 years later its …I bought stuff out of b and q to do my shed roof. 2 years later its leaking again.Can anyone recommend something more durable? Thanks



Was it the cheaper or the expensive one you bought?
ran123ran01/02/2020 13:25

I bought stuff out of b and q to do my shed roof. 2 years later its …I bought stuff out of b and q to do my shed roof. 2 years later its leaking again.Can anyone recommend something more durable? Thanks


I've just bought a couple of rolls of this for my shed. I did want slightly thicker but I was limited due to needing 10m rolls and thicker only comes in max 8m rolls due to weight.

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ran123ran01/02/2020 13:25

I bought stuff out of b and q to do my shed roof. 2 years later its …I bought stuff out of b and q to do my shed roof. 2 years later its leaking again.Can anyone recommend something more durable? Thanks


This video has some suggestions
ran123ran01/02/2020 13:25

I bought stuff out of b and q to do my shed roof. 2 years later its …I bought stuff out of b and q to do my shed roof. 2 years later its leaking again.Can anyone recommend something more durable? Thanks


You really got to go for the thicker stuff. And take care when overlapping. Use a bitumen roof felt paint (can’t remember what’s it’s called) to stick the overlap and felt nails. Being careful when you bang them in.
Great price. Make sure the wood beneath is firm otherwise the felt will not adhere or fix to it properly. In some cases it is easier to remove the old felt, fix new boards over the old, then fix new felt. Worked well for me anyway.
I did the same. Avoid cheap felt as my shed is like a shower with this stuff. Buy the polyester stuff. Skip on price, buy twice.
johnny00701/02/2020 14:13

You really got to go for the thicker stuff. And take care when …You really got to go for the thicker stuff. And take care when overlapping. Use a bitumen roof felt paint (can’t remember what’s it’s called) to stick the overlap and felt nails. Being careful when you bang them in.



Black Jack

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johnny00701/02/2020 14:13

You really got to go for the thicker stuff. And take care when …You really got to go for the thicker stuff. And take care when overlapping. Use a bitumen roof felt paint (can’t remember what’s it’s called) to stick the overlap and felt nails. Being careful when you bang them in.


Good advice the bitumen paint is available most places that sells the felt.
Good stuff but buy a papersuit and a roller this bitumen sticks to everything
stinkybeard01/02/2020 20:24

Black Jackhttps://www.toolstation.com/search?q=felt adhesive


That’s the stuff
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