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.
Bruce Ryan has 20 years of roofing, waterproofing, and building envelope consulting experience with PRC, with 5 years of commercial roofing experience prior to joining the firm. He became Vice President of the company in 1998. Bruce Ryan plays a key role in the development of practical, long-term roofing and waterproofing solutions, along with implementation of on-site forensic studies. Bruce also has a high level of experience with regard to the impacts of roofing materials and construction for demanding clients with heavily occupied structures.
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Ash, Company 1 seems to have made a generic proposal whereas Company 2 appears to have addressed the project specifically (do you have rake edges or a chimney?). Company 1 has a better layout for
Lisa, If you have the ice and water shield at the perimeters of your roof areas as you say, you should not fear an ice dam. If you are not having condensation issues in your attic or are experiencing
Brian, It sounds like I will not be able to solve your problem from here. I suggest you visit RCI-online.org Roof Consultants Institute. There you should be able to easily find a few qualified building
Sorry for the delay Sandy, The temperature setting is not going to make much difference on the conditions for mold growth. Controlling the temperature of the attic is usually a summertime concern where
Kenny, We don't make manufacturer recommendations. Stick with the major manufacturers with name recognition and you should be just fine. Remember you get what you pay for in almost all circumstances
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