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Grace Ice & Water Shield 36 in. x 75 ft. (225 sq. ft.) Roll Roofing Underlayment in Black
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Grace

Ice & Water Shield 36 in. x 75 ft. (225 sq. ft.) Roll Roofing Underlayment in Black

  • Protects against driven rain
  • Water Tight Installation
  • High quality seal around roofing nails
$17810 /each

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Product Overview

Grace invented fully-adhered roofing underlayments more than 35 years ago. Grace Ice & Water Shield fully-adhered smooth surface roofing underlayment provides best in class roof leak protection against wind driven rain & ice dams. Grace Ice & Water Shield roofing underlayment, a registered trademark of W. R. Grace, is the name that contractors trust the most to protect their reputations.

  • Strong adhesion to the roof deck: Helps ensure watertight seal, protecting roofs from harsh weather conditions
  • High quality seal around roofing nails: Delivers best in class roof leak protection; providing peace of mind against costly call backs
  • Forms superior laps: Helps ensure a watertight installation with no special treatment of the laps
  • Ripcord split release on demand: Makes it easier to waterproof detail areas such as valleys, chimneys, roof to wall transitions
  • Longest performance history: With over 35 years of performance history, Grace Ice & Water Shield roofing underlayment offers the highest confidence for the life of the roof
  • Protects roofs from wind driven rain and ice dams
  • 36 in. x 75 ft. size provides 225 sq. ft. of coverage

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Customer Questions & Answers

I have an area that's 16'by 20'. How many rolls do I need

Asked by: Mike
You would need two 75' rolls
Answered by: Jackofall
Date published: 2016-12-04

what is the length & width?? I have roof 35' by 25.5' I wnat to know how many rolls i need

Asked by: James
Roll is 36" wide by 75' long you need to overlap 1" so each roll would make two passes starting at the bottom 71" up the roof because of the overlap joint you would need 5 rolls
Answered by: Jackofall
Date published: 2016-12-01

After installing ice and water shield, do you felt paper over it?

Asked by: NyGregg
No
Answered by: Davey
Date published: 2017-06-06

Does this have a zero or close to zero permeable rating?

Does this have a zero or close to zero permeable rating?
Asked by: MikeBailey
Yes zero it's waterproof
Answered by: Jackofall
Date published: 2017-04-04
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Ice & Water Shield 36 in. x 75 ft. (225 sq. ft.) Roll Roofing Underlayment in Black is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 74.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The company that I used to roof my home did... The company that I used to roof my home did not like the ice and water shield of that I originally purchased and they told me that they would not warranty the roof unless I went out and bought the Grace brand ice and water.
Date published: 2017-05-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Rating provided by a verified purchaser... Rating provided by a verified purchaser
Date published: 2017-04-05
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Compared to other Ice and water shield, this stuff is a total pain to install. Its thin and wrink... Compared to other Ice and water shield, this stuff is a total pain to install. Its thin and wrinkles easily. Has a half inch of thin sticky but extremely weak seal line for overlapping additional rows. When you lay the roll out to get your line, and then re-roll it back to peel the paper off, the paper sticks to this and messes everything up. You end up with a gooey line at the top that usually folds onto itself. Your fighting it the whole time rolling it out and this causes wrinkles. It does not install like Grace U tube videos show unless you maybe have worked with it for years. I have used other products like IKO that is thicker, already has a split backer so its easy to just pull half off, and then the other half without causing wrinkles because its not necessary to to lay your product out and re-roll. Just lay it out. Pull half the backer off on an angle making one half stick, then do the other half. No wrinkles, no hassle. I just wasted $160 on a job, and going to peel it all off and go get IKO, so I have a flat roof to start with before laying down my peel and stick mod bit. I am extremely upset I purchased this garbage, but it was Sunday and was stuck going to Home Depot instead off a roofing supply house. For you DYI'ers stay away from it and go to a roofing supply house like ABC. You don't need an account, you can still purchase from them.
Date published: 2017-05-14
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I'm building a shed alone. I dug a 20'x13' foundation, 3' deep on one side through clay, rock and... I'm building a shed alone. I dug a 20'x13' foundation, 3' deep on one side through clay, rock and roots with just a shovel and pickaxe. Pounded in 8" of gravel and had an 8 yard concrete foundation poured (the concrete was delivered, I didn't mix it). Next I framed a 11'x18' shed with 6x6 7 foot corners, 6x6 11 foot center, and a center beam made of two 2x12 by 20 foot planks. Then I installed 14 pairs of rafters made of 2x6 by 8 foot pressure treated lumber, and finally sheathed the 40 degree pitch roof with ten 4'x8' 3/4 inch plywood. And by far, the most frustrating, unforgiving, unsatisfying part of the whole shed build so far was trying to install the GAF Ice & Water Shield. It would not roll smoothly given the pitch, it slid down making a mess and mercilessly grabbed itself at every turn (forming an unbreakable bond of waste). I'm a bit of a perfectionist (not a good trait), but until I used Ice & Water there was always a way for hard work, patience and determination to achieve the desired result. But undoing a mistake with this stuff was harder than laying it in the first place. Maybe a team of roofers working with less pitch would like it, but not me. What a waste of $300 (2 of these 75 foot rolls) when I could have used traditional felt for a fraction of the cost and with better results. I've moved on to shingling, and GAF starter pro shingles and GAF Timberline shingles can't be beat. If only their underlayment performed half as well.
Date published: 2017-06-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This stuff is extremely good. It seals the roof like nothing else. I also used it as flashing und... This stuff is extremely good. It seals the roof like nothing else. I also used it as flashing under and on top of the edges of two skylights by cutting 6 inches wide strips. It sticks to plywood, but once it touches metal flashing it is impossible to pull away. Laying it down requires two people on both sides to: peel away the paper with one hand (each person) and smoothing out the rubber shield on the surface ...... while holding it 4-6 inches above surface. I tried to do it alone and I wasted 7 feet, because once it folded, it was impossible to pull it apart. But that's why this stuff is so good. My wife was willing to help and together we applied it on entire roof. I wish they had this stuff 20 years ago.
Date published: 2016-11-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Expensive but probably worth it Very sticky. Gets harder to install as the temperature climbs. 70 and below is perfect. The stickiness lets this be used to correct mistakes and problem areas. I keep a small piece in my tool belt to patch paper from rips or cutting out missed nails or staples. I use it for any areas that have been or may be exposed to wind driven water. Ice is not the problem here. Especially effective for sealing over the top of drip edge or flashing where needed.
Date published: 2017-05-30
Rated 1 out of 5 by from One of the worst products I've ever used This product is so hard to work with. When the outside temperature was 45 it was very hard to get it to roll out flat and true. It wrinkled, it stuck to itself, even with two people working. At 65 degrees it was almost impossible to keep it from sticking to itself and wrinkling during laydown. If you are willing to roof at temperatures below 40, it might be worthwhile. Otherwise don't bother.
Date published: 2017-02-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from i used this on my roof it worked great but keep in mind it will take some practice to do right. ... i used this on my roof it worked great but keep in mind it will take some practice to do right. also the hotter it is outside the more sticky it is .its been on my roof for 4 years so far so good if your doing the roof and it starts sticking to everything and wont let go. wait to it gets cooler out than keep going. it does go on .hope this helped .
Date published: 2017-06-11
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