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PostPosted: Mon May 07, 2018 12:56 pm 
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Hi all, just had this rubber roof installed. I am concerned about the bubbling and ribbles in it. When i questioned my roofer about it. He said it was normal and they will dissappear over time. Before i pay him the balance, is this normal?

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PostPosted: Mon May 07, 2018 3:30 pm 
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If you have microsoft office picture manager you can resize the photo in there. Otherwise email me the photo and I'll do it for you. I'll pm you my email.


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he needs 10 posts to accsess pm/emails i think :dunno:

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Sorry guys, I don’t have pic manager. What’s your email and I will it across. Cheers Raph


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Raph wrote:
Sorry guys, I don’t have pic manager. What’s your email and I will it across. Cheers Raph


Assuming Windows, right click the image> open with *paint* option to resize is top leftish. select 1200 as the maximum picture size.


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I am using iphone


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Raph wrote:
I am using iphone

You’ll need to download an image resizer app from the App Store.

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Raph wrote:
Sorry guys, I don’t have pic manager. What’s your email and I will it across. Cheers Raph


I sent you a pm a couple of hours ago


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Sorry guys, I don’t have pic manager. What’s your email and I will it across. Cheers Raph


I sent you a pm a couple of hours ago
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he needs 10 posts to accsess pm/emails i think :dunno:


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for anyone else doing rubber roofs we have found that if the deck is coated up with the water based glue and then the back of the rubber also it seems to work better and you get barely any bubbles or ripples. apart from the obvious ridges where the rubber is folded on the roll.


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Got no pm. Must be because I am new


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