How to Replace a Section of Tar Paper on the Roof - how to work with manufacturers to develop skin care products
Tar paper is the bottom layer of the asphalt tile, not the finished roof product.
If tar paper is exposed to these elements at any time, it will start to deteriorate.
If your roof part is covered with tar paper and torn, it needs to be replaced as a temporary measure until covered with a permanent asphalt tile.
Use a sharp tool knife to cut off parts of the tar paper that are severely torn, wrinkled, or damaged.
Nail a new edge with a roof nail through a metal disc.
These discs, as large washers, distribute the pressure of the roof nails and reduce the risk of tearing.
Buy a disk in any hardware or roofing store.
Some retailers call them roofing washers, while others call them metal discs.
Release the bottom edge of the tar note you are repairing.
Cut a tar paper from the new roll with a sharp tool knife, which is long enough to cover the damaged area with at least 3 feet overlap on both sides.
Slide the new tar paper under the tar note you loose.
The new section must cover the area where you cut the damaged tar paper.
Run a bead from the roof tar tube along the bottom edge of the tar paper, you loose, under the bottom and sides of the new tar paper, using a caulking gun
Press all the tar paper on the roof and nail it in place with a roof nail and a metal disc.