Tired of receiving email notices that your project has been placed on hold by the Project
Review and Design department? Here are few tips to ensure that your NOA will be processed
Upload your roof plan when you upload the NOA
This prevents your project from being placed on hold and expedites the inspection process once the roof is complete.
Verify insulation type, brand, and thickness
Omitting this information will cause your project to be placed on hold.
Confirm that the membrane type and thickness comply with the
It is important to confirm that the membrane type and
thickness comply with the warranty requirements. For example, if your NOA is requesting a
20-year Total System Warranty but the membrane thickness is listed as 45-mil, the project will
be placed on hold.
Include the deck type
This helps to ensure that the roof system you plan to install
is acceptable for the intended application. If the deck type is not indicated, the project will
be placed on hold. Worse, you may end up installing your roof over a substrate that is not
acceptable for the application, which can lead to additional costs or even rejection of the roof
system from warranty consideration.
Carlisle’s Web Resource Center is full of tutorial videos and helpful tips. Click here for a short instructional
video about adding a new Notice of Award (NOA) and uploading a drawing.