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Estos boletines ofrecen información concisa y fácil de entender sobre temas comunes relativos almantenimiento, la reparación, la instalación y el clima que afectan los techos residenciales ycomerciales. Nota: Tanto los documentos como los diagramas asociados son propiedad de ARMA yse proporcionan para el uso personal de los visitantes de este sitio. Se prohíbe su reproducción,distribución o inclusión en otros textos sin el consentimiento expreso y por escrito de ARMA. Losejemplares de todos los boletines técnicos ARMA se pueden descargar directamente haciendo clicen el título del Boletín técnico que necesita.

Las publicaciones adicionales de ARMA, como por ejemplo el Manual de Techado AsfálticoResidencial—que se puede comprar en la librería en línea de ARMA—ofrecen información técnicaadicional. Haga clic aquí para explorar la amplia variedad de publicaciones generales, educativasy especializadas de ARMA sobre techos asfálticos residenciales y comerciales.

Residential Roofing

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Recommendations for Storage and Application of Asphalt Roofing Shingles in Hot Weather

Introduction

Asphalt shingles have been used successfully in various climate zones around the world, including desert and tropical regions, for over one hundred years....

Recommendations for Installation of Asphalt Roofing Shingles in Cold Weather

Asphalt shingles have been used successfully in cold climates for over one hundred years. Improved application efficiency, and more importantly, enhanced long-term shingle performance, can be...

Recomendaciones para la Instalacion de Tehas de Techado Asfaltico en Climas Frios

Las tejas de asfalto se han utilizado con éxito en climas fríos por más de 100 años. Puede obtener una mejor eficiencia de la aplicación, y principalmente, un mayor rendimiento de las tejas a...

Use of Self-Adhering Membranes as Underlayments in Steep Slope Roofing

Self-adhering bituminous membranes have been used as underlayments in steep slope (greater than 2:12) roofing for many years. When applied as an underlayment, they are primarily used to help...

Self-Adhering Underlayment Removal Prior to Steep Slope Re-Roofing

Self-adhering underlayment is generally applied to the roof deck on the eaves, rakes, and valley areas of steep slope roofs and as flashing around roof penetrations. Self-adhering underlayments...

Photovoltaic Systems and Asphalt Shingle Roofs

Introduction

Photovoltaic (PV) systems convert sunlight into electricity. These systems have been successfully installed on residential asphalt shingle roofs for many...

Sistemas Fotovoltaicos y Techos de Tejas de Asfalto

Introducción

Los sistemas fotovoltaicos (FV) convierten la luz del sol en electricidad. Estos sistemas se han instalado con éxito en techos residenciales de tejas de...

Asphalt Shingle Recycling FAQs
Tejas de Asfalto Preguntas Frecuentes de Reciclaje

 

¿Qué es el reciclaje de tejas de asfalto?
Cada vez es más común reciclar tejas en lugar de tirarlas a la basura. El reciclaje de tejas...

Asphalt Shingle Recycling Do’s and Don’ts

Asphalt shingle recycling is becoming very common as an alternative to sending materials to a landfill. Shingle recycling is the process of taking asphalt shingles from roof tear-offs and...

Nail Application of Asphalt Strip Shingles for New and Recover Roofing

Criteria for proper placement and application of roofing nails.

 

The Asphalt Roofing Manufacturers Association (...

Algae Discoloration of Roofs

For many years, roof discoloration caused by algae...

Decoloracion de Techos por Algas

Por muchos años, en los Estados Unidos y en Canadá se ha observado la decoloración de techos por las algas. La decoloración generalmente tiene una apariencia entre marrón y negra, y puede...

Preventing Damage from Ice Dams

Installation procedures for eaves flashing over low and steep sloped roofs. Includes illustrations.

 

Snow and ice formations on roofing structures can create ice dams at the...

Prevencion de Danos por Acumulaciones de Hielo

Las formaciones de nieve y hielo en las estructuras de techado pueden generar acumulaciones de hielo en los aleros. Las acumulaciones de hielo generalmente se forman por el congelamiento y...

Recommendations for Application of Asphalt Shingles on Steep Slopes and Mansard Construction

Defines the maximum slope for normal shingle application and suggests different installation methods for slopes beyond that maximum.

 

Over the last few years, architectural...

Plain Facts About Buckled Shingles

Reviews the causes, prevention and correction of buckled shingles.

Description

Buckling is the result of asphalt shingles not laying flat due to the wrinkling of the...

Color Shading of Asphalt Shingle Roofs

Outline of the primary and secondary causes of color shading. Suggests ways to avoid this purely aesthetic problem.

 

Definition

As a roof is viewed from...

When Does a Shingle Comply with ASTM D3462?

Shingles that are in conformance with ASTM D3462 at the time of manufacture have a proven track record of performance, meeting and exceeding customer expectations.

 

Asphalt...

Water Soluble Residue Found on Asphalt Roofing Products (“Tobacco-Juicing”)

The formation of a “tobacco-juice” residue, so named for its color, has been widely attributed to the weathering of asphalt roofing (i.e., roof coatings, base and cap sheets and...

Coating of Asphalt Shingles After Installation

ARMA strongly advises against the application of any type of field-applied coating over installed asphalt shingles. There are many types and formulations of roof coatings so it is important to...

The 2010 Florida Building Code, Building and Asphalt Shingle Wind Classifications

Introduction

The selection of asphalt shingles to meet the 2010 Florida Building Code, Building (FBC-B) requirements for wind resistance relies on three separate sets of...

The 2010 Florida Building Code, Residential and Asphalt Shingle Wind Classifications

Introduction

The selection of asphalt shingles to meet the 2010 Florida Building Code, Residential (FBC-R) requirements for wind

resistance relies on three...

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