Atlas Summit 60

Summit® 60 is a lightweight, synthetic roof underlayment designed as an alternative to #15 asphalt saturated felt. This shingle underlayment features a woven polymeric scrim for increased strength and reduced slippage between underlayment and the roof sheathing. A textured top surface fabric improves walkability during installation. Also, the synthetic roof underlayment is highly resistant to tear, whether it is by walking on it or UV breakdown.

Summit® 60 synthetic underlayment can be mechanically fastened to several different substrates, making it an excellent underlayment for new and re-roofing applications.

Synthetic roof underlayment is built to provide a secondary weather barrier to help fortify your roof from wind-driven rain or simple exposure to the elements. Which is why Summit® 60 synthetic underlayment is designed to enhance the life of the roof and qualifies as an Atlas Signature® System Component. Equally as important, this moisture resistant synthetic underlayment is a water barrier built to give you peace of mind as it stands strong when you need it the most. For more information, reach out to an Atlas sales rep to learn how Summit® 60 synthetic roof underlayment can help fortify your home.

Synthetic Roof Underlayment Benefits:

synthetic underlayment

  • Meets ASTM D6757, Inorganic Shingle Underlayment Standard
  • 60-Day Exposure To UV
  • Unique Top Surface Fabric Allows for Enhanced Walkability
  • Slip Resistant Polymer Coating Applied To Bottom Surface Designed To Reduce Slippage
  • Lays Flat
  • Water Resistant
  • Performance Characteristics Exceed ASTM D4869 & D226

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Certified Roofing Company

Atlantic Roofing is proud to be a certified installer for many different roofing products for residential and commercial properties. We would love to take this opportunity to spotlight a few of the products that we trust and use on an everyday basis. We stand behind our workmanship and the products we install.

Roof Maintenance

A roof inspection is a preventative maintenance job that is easy to overlook. Don’t! Inspect your roof twice a year, in the spring and the fall, and fix any problems you find.

When inspecting your roof, check to make sure the shingles, flashing, and other features are in good shape. Binoculars might be helpful.  Here’s what to look for:

  • Cracked caulk or rust spots on flashing
  • Shingles that are buckling, curling, or blistering
  • Missing or broken shingles
  • Cracked or worn rubber boots around vent pipes
  • Missing or damaged chimney cap
  • Masses of moss and lichen, which could signal the roof is decaying underneath

If you are concerned about doing this yourself, Atlantic Roofing can help! Give us a call at 352-327-7663 with any questions or to schedule an appointment and sign up for our annual roof maintenance plan.