Originally Posted by TexasBBQ
Lou - I bet that really extends the life of the Dicor. Dicor is good stuff but like anything up there it degrades from the elements, especilly from UV.
Have you done that since day one? Curiois if it's reduce dicor maintenance.
No, but I wish I had though.
It was year two that I did it; right after it came back from the dealer from a full roof cleaning; seam reseal; and UV treatment.
Seriously, I am up there about every 2 months just checking on stuff. I have not had to crack my emergency tube of sealant yet. I did hit a tree branch that poked a hole in the edge of my roof material, but a piece of scrap EB and a spritz of primer fixed the tear permanently.
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