Did you know? Wood shingles are a fire hazard and can cause a build up of mold and mildew causing rotting. We recognized quickly that the previous roofer nailed the asphalt shingles to the previous wood shingles, which can cause leaks and shingle lift.
This roof has weathered many storms, causing leaks and other damage. When you do a patch job, it not always matches and doesn't always hold for long periods of time.
This roof in particular was a very steep roof, we take extra precautions to make sure our crew stays safe on roofs like these.
When metal is exposed to the outside of the shingle it can cause rust from chemical elements in the atmosphere and from the materials.
This roof was particularly interesting, not only did it have a steep slope shingle/wood shingle roof it also had a flat roof that was needing replaced due to rot.
The average life of a hot mop roof lasts around 20 years. This is normally applied to flat roofs such as this one. It is not a DIY project, you will need a professional, like us, to get the best results.
This area is particularly tricky because it contains ridges, hips, valleys and even a peak! When it is layered wrong it can cause leaks and shingle blow off.
This peak shows proper layering of shingles for maximum coverage protection.
The field shingles are laid beautifully and the suns reflection reveals this radiant hunter green color that matches well with the red brick.
Mr. Reilly called in and was referred to us by another roofing contractor. We specialize in all types of exterior issues, so they knew that we were the ones that could handle this job. The owner, Carl Smith, went out and assured Mr. Reilly that we could take care of their roof replacement.