On a shingled roof you just nail the tarp in place using furring strips but you can not nail a tarp into a tile roof.
How to sucure a tarp to tile roof.
You want to get long 3 inch nails to get plenty of bite into the roof s sheathing and still be able to bend an upper portion of them to secure the tarp.
Lay the tarp out flat over the roof.
Fully secure your roof tarp to prevent flapping.
Installing a tarp on your roof is easier than you think.
This will prevent water and debris from entering the damaged area.
Find the source of the leak.
Secure the tarp by wrapping the ends around two by four lumber and screwing the lumber to the roof or the siding.
Never lay the tarp out during a storm.
Installing tarp on a roof without nails.
The screws must pass securely into the roof.
Here are the steps on how to install a tarp on your roof without nails.
Secure the tarp s remaining sides with additional 2 x 4 boards using your screw gun and screws.
The 2 by 4 should be about 2 feet longer than the tarp width.
Once every grommet has a bent nail in it add a dab of roofing tar into each grommet hole around the nail that penetrates the roof to protect against leaks.
Tarping is a way to temporarily stop leaks until the roof can be repaired.
After this step you ll want to sandwich the tarp between another 2x4 and temporarily secure the bottom 2x4 to the roof with a nail.
You can use 2 3 inch wide double sided tape to secure the tarp to the tile.
To begin securing the tarp screw through the rolled 2 x 4 boards with your screw gun.
Lay more 2 by 4s on either side of the tarp and attach those as well for a tight well secured water barrier.
It is best to also weight the tarp down with sandbags or heavy objects to keep wind from blowing up under it.
Screw the 2 by 4 directly into the roof to secure it.
Secure the tarp to your roof.
Then fold the excess tarp under a few rotations for a tight clean fit.
You need to know first which spot on the roof needs tarping up.
Lay the tarp across the roof so that at least 4 feet 1 2 m lies on the sloped part of your roof on each side known as the peak.
In the aftermath of a hurricane tornado severe storm falling tree limbs or other cause of roof damage.
It s even easier if you do it without nails.
Let the rest of the tarp hang off the lower border of the roof that overhangs the wall known as the eave.
Roll the tarp s edges using 2x4 s to secure the wood and nail it to the tarp using 3 inch nails.