Bullet Boot - The Best Pipe Boot

By:
The Roof Store | Jairo

89 percent of roof leaks are preventable because most roof leaks come from areas around pipe penetrations. Avoid the roof leaks by installing better pipe boots.

With pipe boots, you have many options. There's IPS Roofing Products, which they make products like 3N1 Hard Base, 3N1 Flexible Base, 3N1 Galvanized Base, 4N1, and they make many more other products.

There are also lead pipe boots, which are unpopular with homeowners, because homeowners associate lead with toxicity. By the way, lead pipe boots are the worst pipe boots you could install on a roof.

There is also the Bullet Boot. It is a one piece design warrantied for 35 years and it's made out of a flexible TPE material. TPE is thermoplastic elastomer.

The one piece design on the Bullet Boot guarantees that it will not leak. When you see the Bullet Boot pipe boot from the bottom you notice that the hard piece slides into the pipe to guarantee the water as it enters the pipe, will not find a way to get outside of the pipe and create a leak.

The 1 1/2 inch Bullet Boot measures 10 1/4 inches in height.

The 2 inch Bullet Boot measures 10 1/2 inches in height.

The 3 inch Bullet Boot measures a little more than 10 1/2 inches in height.

The 4 inch Bullet Boot measures 13 1/2 inches in height.

The 2 inch Bullet California Boot measures 12 inches in height.

Heights of Bullet Boots Pipe Boots are important because later in this article we'll cover some information about building code.

The 1 1/2 inch Bullet Boot has a base measurement of 10 inches by 10 inches.

The 2 inch Bullet Boot also has a base measurement of 10 inches by 10 inches.

The 3 inch Bullet Boot has a base measurement of 11 inches by 11 inches.

The 4 inch Bullet Boot base measurement is 13 1/4 inches by 13 1/4 inches.

The Bullet California Boot base measurement is 15 inches by 15 inches.

The Bullet Boot pipe boots are available in 6 colors: Black, Gray, Brown, Weatherwood, White, and Terracotta.

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