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Have a problem? We create solutions.

When approaching a project, many contractors will cut corners by using cheaper grade materials or doing surface repairs. While this will save money in the short term, in the long term, homeowners end up facing even costlier problems that could have been solved the first time.

The way we approach projects is unique to every home because every home comes with its own history.  We take time to figure out the root issues and develop a solution that fits your budget and does not create new problems for you in the future. Below we've included some of our past projects to highlight some typical home owner issues that we've created solutions for. 

Here's why you never let anyone overlay your shingles.

Problem: Roofs have two main layers: a layer of sheathing and a layer of shingles. Sometimes rather than removing old shingles to lay new ones, contractors will just put a 2nd or even a 3rd layer of shingles on top of the old one. This is called an overlay and results in zero warranty and cuts the shingle life down to 1/3. This roof was one of those. Overlaying is just poor installation practice but inspectors will pass up to 3 layers in some counties.

Solution: The shingles were in really bad shape and beginning to break and fly off, so we decided to focus providing longevity for the future and giving the homeowner a roof that would last. We tore the entire roof down including the sheathing and installed a performance grade roof.


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