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Old 09-11-2019, 04:46 PM   #1
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Price Per Sheet To Mechanical Fasten ISO Board?


I don't do a lot of flat roofs. Mostly asphalt shingles. I am bidding a commercial 5/12 pitch roof with asphalt shingles. Roof is a cathedral with Tongue and Groove Boards over interior purlins. No trusses. No batts or bays.

Specs call for 6" ISO Board fastened over existing decking, strapped with 2x4, decked with 5/8" TG TG Advantech, then shingled.

Pricing is no issue up until the ISO Board. We don't install enough of it to have a rate to go by on install.

Does anybody have a price per sheet to install 3" ISO Board, twice?. 6" thickness. I am looking for a labor price. Thanks
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Old 09-11-2019, 06:22 PM   #2
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