Replacing felt with modern-day equivalents Since the 1950s, sarking
felt, a bitumen-based membrane, was commonly laid underneath the roof covering to act as a secondary barrier to prevent rain from getting in.
Work done included fully recovering the principal roof, with modern sarking
felt below French reed thatching, which was renewed at the time.
Oerlikon Neumag offers the complete process from polymer chips up to roll goods for the production of substrate for bitumen roofing membranes, sarking
membranes and also geotextiles.
Tiled roofs need to be well fitted with fire-resistant sarking
such as fibreglass-based aluminium foil.
Q Our loft is well insulated but there is terrible condensation on the sarking
boards which has turned to frost.
And because all sheds, garages and summer houses are made from durable 16mm weather board, 2 in x 2 in framing, a 16mm sarking
roof and a treated floor, they are built to last.
There was a high demand for an anti-glare inks because the most common product in Australia is sarking
, a blue aluminized foil which Australian building regulations require to be installed in all new housing construction.
These included local limestone walling, timber sarking
board and timber roof trusses.
In large spaces, finishes are white-faced sarking
over the wool.
Instead, we line the underside with a black sheet material known as sarking