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.
I have been a roofer for 21 years, I've owned my own company for the past 13.
The National Roofing Contractors Assoc and Virginia Association of Roofing Contractors
I have attended numerous manufacturer training programs as well as sought out experts in specialized work for instruction.
A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau, A rating from Angies List, highest mark for quality and value from the Washington Consumer Checkbook
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Sounds like they may have spilled some glue- when applying adhesive to the membrane and insulation the installer will generally use a thin coat on each. Once the adhesive has dried the surfaces are mated
When shingle roofs are first installed they go through a period of shedding granules; this only lasts for a few months and then the roof will enter a long period where the shedding stops. There is
Hello Carol, His initial application and his attempt at a remedy are both failures. Your roof should not have fasteners placed through the shingles to hold down plywood that wasn't properly installed
These questions are impossible to answer without seeing the job; but from what you've said it doesn't sound good. My best advice would be to hire a local roofing contractor and pay him to for a written
The answer is no, all flashings should be replaced when installing a new roof but there can be exceptions. If the existing flashings are 20oz copper, TCSII, or stainless steel then everything will probably
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