Tyvek Protec Synthetic Underlayment – Now In Smaller Rolls


Tyvek Protec is fast becoming an industry favorite. Protec is a safe, high-quality underlayment for any roofing type. In our previous blog post on Tyvek Protec we compared Protec 120, 160 and 200 and explained which roof types are compatible with each synthetic roofing underlayment.

To make Protec even more desirable, DuPont is now offering smaller rolls. While all three Protec options: Protec 120, Protec 160 and Protec 200, currently come in 4’x 250’ rolls, they can now be purchased in the new, 4’x 50’ roll sizes. With smaller rolls, you can bid jobs with less waste and have easier to handle rolls when managing underlayment products on a roof.

Learn why pros are switching to Tyvek Protec

Industry-Leading Walkability

The unique pattern allows for better traction while walking on the roof, in dry, wet, hot, cold and dirty conditions.

Grip

The bottom layer includes a slip-resistance coating providing grip to the roof deck.

Easy to Chalk

Accepts and holds chalk marks for visible lines and a better-finished product.

Trusted Quality

Another innovative material breakthrough from DuPont Tyvek.

Certifications

DuPont Tyvek products are industry tested and meet a variety of code standards.

Tyvek Specialist Network

Supported nationally by the DuPont Tyvek Specialists Network and the DuPont Building Knowledge Center.

Easy To Install

If you are wondering about Dupont Tyvek Installation, this video shows just how comfortable and easy Protec is to install.

Shop all Tyvek Protec rolls and experience how Protec has set itself apart from other roofing underlayment products. Find many Dupont Tyvek Products at DIY Home Center.

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