Roofing felt diagram

What is Roofing Scrim?

Scrim is a non woven material used for reinforcing roofing.  It’s a relatively new product of technology, more effective than woven fibers. The fibers that make up roofing scrim are chemically bonded, and can be joined at a variety of angles, all adding to its strength and durability. Unlike the fibers on woven material, the fibers are not crimped.  Scrim is a strong, and flexible material that can also be fire retardant.  So, when you hear of the term ‘scrim’, associate that with a strong and resistant roof.

A high density, weft insertion knitted scrim laminated between two film layers.