|Today on Q&A Mondays, Thad, Adam, and Jeff discuss what pipe boots are, how they are installed, and why Sheffield Metals would endorse them for metal roofing systems. You will learn the differences between regular, high temp, and retrofit pipe boots, as well as how to install them when they fall in the flat of a panel and the seam of a panel. The Metal Roofing Channel has received many comments about why Sheffield would promote a rubber product in their system design, so hopefully this video serves to answer that question and more.|
►What are pipe boots? 0:56
►How long do pipe boots last? 2:07
►How else can you flash a round penetration? 2:42
►Why does Sheffield Metals promote the use of pipe boots? 4:51
►How do you install a pipe boot? 5:42
►How do you install a pipe boot that falls in a seam? 8:10
►How do you install a pipe boot on an exposed fastener roof? 9:44
►What sizes do pipe boots typically come in? 10:39
►What maintenance is required for pipe boots? 11:55
►How do inspect a pipe boot? 13:06
Download Sheffield Metals detail specs here.
Please note the installation details and methods shown in this video are for reference only. Sheffield Metals recommends following their published installation details or for WTW projects following the required details issued and marked approved for that specific project.
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