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Step by step guide on how to apply bituminous roofing felt to your shed roof. Includes useful advice on the best materials to use, together with information on the tools you will need to complete the perfect job. Related PostsHow to felt a shed roofHow to Felt a Shed Roof – Fit long life Roofing FeltBriggs Ave Green Roof ShedSHED Green Roof 01Build a Garden Shed – Roof FramingTorch On Felt Roofing

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17 Comments

  • Vilo Conshmillo 1 year ago

    3 minutes of fluff 

  • TBirdNeil 1 year ago

    Thank you – I knew most if it but wondered what the optimum overhang was.

  • joetake holly 1 year ago

    I used HT green mineral torch on ,on my shed ten years ago an is still perfect now ,Also go down with the felt not across .anyone will know this way it showed here is rubbish ;

  • CptSpears007 1 year ago

    Good stuff, thank you

  • IKO PLC 1 year ago

    Get some tips for roofing your shed in this video. Green shed felt is available at all our branches.

  • kavbk 1 year ago

    This is how I covered my shed 12 years ago (well except for the adhesive, I didn't use that, just nailed).  Completely watertight through the UK weather until last night when the storm winds pulled off the apex strip (should have used that adhesive).  Watching the video to refresh my memory and see how I should repair, which I now know, thank you for taking the time to post.

  • Proud Bristolian 1 year ago

    Ooo yeah, you give good shed.

  • Melissa Hall 1 year ago

    Best video for applying roll roofing that I've seen. Thank you! Answered all my questions I had :)

  • bartspants 1 year ago

    suits you sir.

  • John Carroll 1 year ago

    Well presented and informative, will see tomorrow whether it is as easy as they make out and will know by April if it's effective!

  • DeathShouldTakeMeNow 1 year ago

    I wouldn't even use this on my daughters doll house. So many things wrong with it, worst being nailing through the finish roof. Thats just asking for trouble because the nails will pop out with expansion and contraction even if you put mastic over it. I also doubt this system can stand up to a good strong wind. And don't get me started on the edges, yuck!!

  • Lonely Skull Kid 1 year ago

    what can be done to fix a felt roof that seems to have a bubble in it a few days after fitting?

  • ChickenOfAwesome 1 year ago

    This should be useful advice for our new chicken coop – unfortunately it just arrives, and it looks like the roof is going to be less than waterproof without some extra protection….

  • Sheds Direct 1 year ago

    Decent quality felt is the key to doing a decent job

  • Jacqueline Strand 1 year ago

    Very helpful and clear.

  • Iain Salisbury 1 year ago

    I cover all the timber with the bitumen before adding the felt as it hardly costs anything and provides a waterproof layer itself.

  • 1404Daisy 1 year ago

    hallooo…roofing nails in roof…made specifically for felt they are short and have a larger than normal surface area to deter rain from entering felt and roof. (PS they've been used for many many years)