Renogy Solar mounts on Dimpled roof
I am adding a third 100 watt Renogy panel on my fiberglass dimpled roof. For my first two I used Stickyfeet adhesive VHB tape along with drywall anchors and covered with marine adhesive caulk. It's solid as a rock. The third panel will be up towards the front. I am concerned about the 1 1/2" air gap that the Stickyfeet provides which may allow for too much lift of the panel along with the high cost of $12 each times 6. The Renogy mounts are only 1" air gap and have holes for 2 screws and I can buy 8 for $19.99 on sale. I could apply 3M VHB tape to the mount base and attach them using drywall anchors or just use the screws provided. Then after sitting for a few days, apply the marine adhesive caulk over the mounts and let it sit for a week and cover with Dicor.
So has anyone used the Renogy mounts? I am aware the they are a PITA to remove after mounting, but can be done with patience.
HopHed, have you had any issues with your Stickyfeet?
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