How to Replace Rotted Roof Plywood Sheathing - how to work with manufacturers to develop skin care products
All the roofs have a plywood sheath underneath, providing the basis for the wood tile connection.
Although plywood usually lasts longer than most wooden tiles and roof coverings, leaks can cause them to rot.
Rotten plywood can be identified by sinking area of the roof or visible leakage.
Before replacing with new plywood and roofing materials, damaged wooden tiles and rotten plywood must be removed.
The process is simple, but it needs to work on high ground.
Set the ladder in a flat position on the ground next to the home.
Get up and walk carefully onto the roof.
Be extra careful when you go to the rotten part, as other areas of the roof may also be weak.
Remove all the wooden tiles using a crowbar or a wooden tile Ripper tool to remove the nails.
Pry the tiles and slabs up from the bottom, which can cause the tiles and slabs to break.
Once the nails fall off, grab the tiles or tiles and pull them down.
Discard the roof material as you will install the new one later.
Go through the black roof felt with a tool knife and take it out until the entire rotten plywood is exposed.
Find the nail that holds the plywood to the raf on the roof.
Pry each nail with a crowbar.
Once the nails fall off, grab the rotten plywood and pull it up from the roof.
Throw away the old plywood.
Place a new plywood in the same position to make sure the two ends are aligned on the roof raf.
Fix the plywood by inserting six P nails along the raf Sub, spacing every 6 inch nails.
Open new roof felt on new plywood and extend at least 3 inch on each edge of new plywood.
Use a tool knife to cut off the excess part and fix it on plywood using more roof nails with a spacing of 18-
Intervals along the inches at the top and bottom.
Then install another row of central nails along the roof felt, with the same interval of 18-inch intervals.
Depending on the type of roof cover you have installed in the rest of the home, continue to reinstall the new wood tile, slate or tile roof.