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  1. If i understand it correctly, i think 16inch for vertical distance in between?
  2. Hi Jim, thanks for the reply. Attached is a pic which is one if the few spots showing cracks. Since the guy working in it said there was some “putty” for fiberglass which he would use. I figured posting a question online might confirm such a thing. first option of setting a new plywood in top of one thats there could be an issue given the slope of the roof might not line up and water ponding could take place. Putting a new roof is another option, any idea how much such a job would cost? -thanks again...
  3. Hi Guys, I am seeing some cracking n leaks on my fiberglass roof deck. Its just 7 years old. However, mistake i made was to recoat it elastomeric aluminum fibered coat instead of gel coat. Now sanding is not working as fiberglass is thin n coating is too rough/strong. Without sanding its not bonding to the aluminum coat. Is there any other option to seal the crack? Maybe some “ special putty” ? - Thanks All
  4. Hi Guys, I am seeing some cracking n leaks on my fiberglass roof deck. Its just 7 years old. However, mistake i made was to recoat it elastomeric aluminum fibered coat instead of gel coat. Now sanding is not working as fiberglass is thin n coating is too rough/strong. Without sanding its not bonding to the aluminum coat. Is there any other option to seal the crack? Maybe some “ special putty” ? - Thanks All
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