Skye and others:
The other day, I was in Best Buy and saw the Dynamat stuff that is so
expensive. It was the first time I had seen this other than in a
catalog. It is about the same stuff Owens Corning makes under the trade
name "WeatherLock" and is used to seal valleys and edges of roofs under
shingles. I had some last fall when I re-roofed my house, but didn't
even think of it for this application.
The stuff is kind of a thin black elastic stuff that comes in a roll and
is self-adhesive on one side, covered with a white membrane that you
peel off. You just cut to size, peel the backing off and press on.
There is a web page...
The last I checked, Home Depot doesn't carry it, but a roofing supply
Give it a look. I even had a sample from an Owens Corning pamphlet, but
tossed it when I was done.
David Lynes, Woodstock, GA
Skye Poier wrote:
> Any other quieting suggestions would also be appreciated.
> Does anyone have a cheap alternate source of the material? I am going to
> have to tear it out in a year or so to repaint anyway, so I don't want to
> drop a bundle of money on it. Think Home Depot.