Roofing/Experts

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David Garcia

U.S.
Available
I can answer questions regarding asphalt shingles such as Gaf, Owens Corning, Atlas manufacturers. I can also help with flat roof installation such as torch down.

Nick Bowen

U.S.
Available
I am especially well versed in the repair and installation of slate and copper roofing systems, but I can also answer questions about sheet metal, shingle, tile, cedar shake, EPDM and TPO roofs.

Brad Zacharia

Available
All aspects of residential Roofing. This includes shingles and flat (low slope) roofs. I have knowledge in the installation as well as the design of roofs from an engineering standpoint.

Jesse Curry

U.S.
Available
I can answer questions pertaining to residential roofing, including shingles, roof tile, and low slope roofing.

Tom Petrilli

U.S.
Available
I can answer questions about residential and light commercial roofing. I really enjoy solving complicated problems. My expertise is in shingle, slate and traditional metals (copper, lead, terne, stainless) as well as single ply low slope roofing. I have also installed a considerable amount of synthetic slate.

Aaron Nelson

U.S.
Available
All types of questions with regard to roofing, waterproofing and sheet metal. This includes commercial and residential buildings, along with the various aspects of the construction means and methods, ventilation, steep-slope or low-slope, code requirements, installation errors and other such problems

Leon R. Dazey

U.S.
Available
Metal roofing on all structures. Emphasis on standing seam roof systems.

Tom Souza

U.S.
Available
Can not help in The new single ply roof systems Rubber systems mostly wood shake, wood shingle, fiberglass shingles,Torch-on, some concrete some clay tile and some still tile gerard,decra tile

Bruce A. Ryan II, RRO

U.S.
Available
I offer solid knowlege of all types of Commercial and Residential Roofing, Waterproofing, and, Building Envelope systems. Experience ranges across low slope and steep slope roof systems. I am also well versed in matters regarding condensation and ventilation. I enjoy donating some of my time and knowledge to the betterment of others.

Danny Wirth

U.S.
Available
I am in the metal building industry, i can answer questions regarding metal building insulation, metal roofing, steel insulation, steel roofing, metal roofing panels, metal building construction ans sales of used metal buildings.

Jerry Iselin

U.S.
Available
I am pretty comfortable with all metal roofing related questions. We can discuss performance, application, practicality, technical and detail. It is difficult to deal with pricing issues due to the regional differences.

Brian Atkins

U.S.
Available
I can answer any questions related to all type of roof repairs (especially tile roof repair and flat roof repair work). I can also answer most new roof or roofing related questions with the exception of questions in regards to single ply roofing (PVC) and standing seam or metal panel roofing. I have little or no experience with those applications.

D. John Henderson

Canada
Available
My 33 years in the building science business has involved air barriers, waterproofing, and flat & steep slope roofing systems.

Steven C. Wadding RRC,RRO,CDT

U.S.
Available
General questions in regards to most roof types and situations. As the Technical Services Manager for Polyglass USA, Inc. this would not be a forum to address any issues directly related to a product my employer manufacturers.

Todd E. Miller

U.S.
Available
I am available to answer any questions pertaining to residential (or other sloped) metal roofing. I have knowledge of most available products but I like to approach projects from a "needs" basis and analyze them individually. Additionally, I can answer most questions about building ventilation.

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2016-12-05 weaving roof in townhomes in continous run:

Hi Carlos,  sorry I didn't get back to you sooner, I was out of town and just got back.    It can be done but it could be a possible leak area.  Are you planning on doing the roof yourself?  If it's a

2016-12-05 weaving the roof on townhouses:

Age old question:    If you are facing a neighbor that is unwilling to replace their roof at the same time, you could try installing a wood framed separation wall which would stand no less than 6" above

2016-11-15 Roofing question...:

The more vents the better. The idea is to have input vents at the bottom. As the air heats up it rises and goes out the top pulling more cool air from the bottom. It does not hurt to add any vents anywhere

2016-11-15 Roofing question...:

David,    The best answer to your question is:  If you do not have any performance problems with your current attic ventilation system, don't change it.    However: The current ventilation system may not

2016-11-15 Roofing question...:

Turbine vents are fine when you don't care about what is below them.    Turbine vents can occasionally let in fine dry snow, I don't know where you live so this may not be an issue  but here in a minute

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