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Posted by Terry on September 27th, 1999 01:44 AM
In reply to roofing by rudedog on September 26th, 1999 10:29 PM [Go to top of thread]

I've been a roofer for fifteen years.
One that still has the beleif of quality before quantity. So you can trust me.
Thats a common practice in roofing.
The tar paper is for an extension of time, when layed it is called a dry-in. its purpose is to keep the interior reasonably dry until the shingles are installed. If the shingles are installed correctly, rest easy.
Hope I helped.

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