Rated 2.6 out of 5Â by 11
Rated 5 out of 5Â by JuanSC GAF Stormguard
I had been requested by an insurance agent to use the GAF Stormguard on a roof that had very little slope. The home owner had the roof replaced 2 time before & it always leaked causing damage. During a recent storm a tree limb broke & the wind brushed the limb against the rolled roofing causing tares but the water did not get through. I would highly reccomend this product for problem areas.
September 17, 2009
Rated 2 out of 5Â by FIshdisease Save a Nickel?
The release liner on this product is terrible. If the plastic release liner is nicked, the liner shreds as you attempt to remove the liner from the adhesive. They could also greatly improve the liner by applying the silicone release to the opposite side as well. That way if the liner folds back on itself to the adhesive, the liner could still be removed. For such an expensive product it is a shame that they choose to use a cheap release liner.
October 14, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5Â by Expensivedissapointment Horrible doesnt stick to new sheathing peels away and lifts up
I paid almost $100 for this and it does not even stick to new sheathing. Horrible stuff, I will stick to GRACO going forward. This was an expensive lesson. This stuff does not stick to what it is applied to. Save your money and order the GRACO or go to a roofing supply store to get the GRACO.
September 14, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5Â by HandymanDC Very disappointed... twice
Purchased this product since Home Depot no longer carries Grace Brand without ordering.... Helping a friend reroof a porch roof. Used this across the entire low pitch 2 on porch roof over both old and new wood. Product sticks very well to hands and especially latex (Nytril) gloves but that's about it. Had to staple down the edges on both new plywood and existing 1 x 8 sheathing. Cut and overlapped on itself and it pealed up in 15 minutes so I took a few minutes and pulled off the top gray plastic so the sticky rubber would adhere to itself, again it barely stuck even to itself!! Had to use a few staples to hold it down. Tried using it again 2 days later this time as a quick repair on a chimney top that had some large cracks just to get through the next few days of possible heavy thunderstorms. Figured this would be great. Stick it down to concrete and bricks and at least it would shed the water off the top... again wouldn't stick at all.... tried pressing hammering... kept lifting up. Folded corners together glue to glue still had to use PLIERS to squeeze them together after they came apart twice!!! Oh and air temperature 85 today and 90 for the porch roof. Home Depot needs to look again at the product and especially GAF needs to check in with these reviews and find out why their product doesn't work well at all. I've never used Grace but this product actually created more work for me going over it again and again then if I used simple rubber liner or tar paper. I do hope it seals around the nails better than it sticks to the roof...
August 31, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5Â by djrich first time buyer
was somewhat dissappointed. Box says 2 square and should read slightly less then 2 squares.Product is 36" wide and when put on a 12'x 18' deck roof following 3" over lap it was 9" short of covering roof. Noaw I have to buy more of this slightly expensive product to finish before shingling
July 21, 2014