Re: Sealing The Dome
- To: domesteading at sculptors dot com
- Subject: Re: Sealing The Dome
- From: Oregon Dome <oregon at domes dot com>
- Date: Wed, 29 Jul 1998 09:14:17 -0700
- Organization: Oregon Dome
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- Reply-to: oregon at domes dot com
We've had a number of folks use the elastomeric roofing on domes. The
experience has almost universally been that it costs twice as much as a
comp roof and lasts half as long (hardly a ringing endorsement). A
good, professionally installed, comp roof remains the most reliable and
cost efficient system, although it is certainly possible for individuals
to install this well themselves.
Malcolm Rieke wrote:
> Hmmm? So it was the contaminants from
> the cow pie...?
> On another non-deficatory thought.
> Does anyone have any experience with
> elastomeric paint? How reliable is
> this stuff? I'm sure there are other
> threads-ad-infinitum regarding the
> successful and unsuccessful sealing
> of dome house exteriors but I figure
> I'll start another one.
> To date what sealing techniques work
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