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Patio Cover Issue #13778092 11/20/20 01:04 PM
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Ideally, I want 1” insulated panels to replace old aluminum patio cover. All I can find is 3” structural- won’t work.

Option 2 - Adhere 1” Foamular to new metal roofing material. Foil side down, then spray paint. Haven’t solved for how to cove the ends yet. Not sure this is a great solution.

Option 3 - Any ideas?

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I have cross beam support on 4’ centers.
Total area is 12’6” by 20’ wide.
Why? To dampen noise from acorns falling on top of a thin metal roof.

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Re: Patio Cover Issue [Re: lakeforkfisherman] #13778116 11/20/20 01:27 PM
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I'm not sure if it's paintable.


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Re: Patio Cover Issue [Re: lakeforkfisherman] #13778128 11/20/20 01:34 PM
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I think I misunderstood what you were doing. You're replacing the old R panels and want new insulated panels. Sorry for the confusion.

I haven't seen anything like you are envisioning.


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Re: Patio Cover Issue [Re: lakeforkfisherman] #13778155 11/20/20 01:46 PM
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I did find this at 1.5 inches thick. https://americanstructuralco.com/insulated-r-panels/


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Re: Patio Cover Issue [Re: lakeforkfisherman] #13778164 11/20/20 01:53 PM
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thats a lot of expense

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Maybe roll on truck bed liner stuff on the exposed side to dampen the impact......

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Cut the offending oak down.

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Is it one of those pre-fab aluminum kits? If so you're likely going to have a hard time retrofitting anything major to the frame of it.

Man it sounds like a seasonal thing, what if you just laid some kind of outdoor carpet/turf on it and once all the acorns fall, pull it off.

Ultimate solution would be to have a GC build a wood stud structure, that's finished out on the bottom side. Either do a mod-bit torched roof or shingle if it's sloped enough.



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Post some photos. Might help with getting suggestions.


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Originally Posted by outdoor-addict
Maybe roll on truck bed liner stuff on the exposed side to dampen the impact......

Have thought of that. It’s on the table.


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Originally Posted by Flip-n-go
Cut the offending oak down.

NOPE! IT’s a 60 year old oak. Only tree in my back yard. As much of a fit it gives me, I love it.


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Go to Tractor Supply and purchase some of those rubber horse stall mats or those commercial size fatigue resistant floor mats from HD

Cut them to fit.

Glue them down with LEXEL and screws for permanent bonding
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those interlocking fatigue resistant flooring pieces at HD for a cheaper solution


I'll brainstorm on a temporary solution that could be easily removed.


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Originally Posted by lakeforkfisherman
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Cut the offending oak down.

NOPE! IT’s a 60 year old oak. Only tree in my back yard. As much of a fit it gives me, I love it.


for sure this
i love my trees also

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Northern tool has a good price on a large rubber mat
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