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What type of underlayment would you typically recommend for an asphalt shingle roof? (moderate climate; average slope)

One layer of No. 15 (or Type I) felt underlayment
40%
Two layers of No. 15 (or Type I) felt underlayment
3%
One layer of No. 30 (or Type II) felt underlayment
25%
Two layers of No. 30 (or Type II) felt underlayment
3%
Other
28%
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Question: What type of underlayment would you typically recommend for an asphalt shingle roof? (moderate climate; average slope)
Top Answer (40% of 32 votes): One layer of No. 15 (or Type I) felt underlayment.

Answer: One layer of No. 15 (or Type I) felt underlayment
Explanation: The minimum felt to be utilized as an underlayment should actually be a # 15 lb. U.L. felt
Integrity Roofing Services
Answer: Other
Explanation: Synthetic underlayment is the current standard
Exteriors Inc
Answer: Other
Explanation: Most roofers use synthetic underlayment as they are more durable
Sharp Roofing
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Answer: Other
Explanation: Depending on the slope/steep of a roof will determine which is the best underlayment.
Aci Exteriors LLC
Answer: Other
Explanation: iCE AND wATER EVERY WHERE.
Driggz Roofing & Restoration LLc
Answer: Other
Explanation: synthetic underlayment
allstate exteriors & restoration services
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Answer: One layer of No. 15 (or Type I) felt underlayment
Explanation: What I always done
HAMMER & SONS CONSTRUCTION
Answer: Other
Explanation: We use all synthetic felt underlayments when we do a new roof. No. 15 or No. 30 felts are literally just paper dipped in asphalt and tear just like paper, where a synthetic felt does not tear and is much more durable
American roofing &remodeling
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