tinstartrvlr Posted March 28, 2016 Report Share Posted March 28, 2016 Edit: Found an earlier post that discussed this issue, so maybe I don't have a problem after all. Bubbles are common to a new roof apparently. I took a look at my roof of my BRAND NEW TT a while ago. I have had this TT one month. I noticed that anywhere anyone has walked, the TPO membrane has separated from the underlayment and bubbled up, in the shape of a footprint. It is the Alpha Superflex roof system by the way. As soon as I saw the footprints, I talked to the roof maker, and they said I need to talk to the mfg. Called the mfg, and they said perhaps the glue just hasn't set up because it could have been rolled on a little thicker than usual. They told me to give it time and see if it settles down. (I would think that several months in the Az sun would have cured the glue by now, but maybe not). Okay, I can see the roof membrane being a little mushy if that was the case, and maybe it would show footprints. Now I have discovered random bubbles popping up on the slide, where no one walks or otherwise disturbs the membrane. Called the mfg and they tell me it is just cosmetic and shouldn't be a problem. Not sure I am believing what they say....seems like it's already a problem, unless membranes aren't really supposed to stayed glued down. Pic attached Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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