Need some input here to clarify things. I have a 5 square patio roof with a 1.5 inch per foot slope. I’m going to install a roll rubber roof. The Home Depot folks say to just use the Rolls on a primed plywood surface. However, the Liberty instructions say to use it over base rolls that lay between the top roll and deck.
Now to add more confusion, my Dad in Florida did his roof as per a close friend of his who is a roofer in Dade county,and he did it as such: Felt paper over treated plywood, no primer, then the roll rubber which he use the Liberty seam cement on, and also nailed it and tarred nail heads and sprinkled stone on the tat spots to match the roll roof texture. (This method has withstood alot of hurricanes on his friends customers roofs)
OK, sooo, which way is proper, if any of the above ways are, and is there really an “absolute proper way”.
I’m in Western New York State, so I don’t need to be preparing against Hurricanes.