Does your roof or gutters have any of these issues?

  • Shingles are curled, cracked or absent.

  • Wear and tear around roof vents & pipes.

  • Old 3-Tab or discontinued T-Lock Shingles.

  • Brown staining on interior ceilings or walls.

  • Lot of shingle granules in gutters.

  • Dented, leaking or discolored gutters.

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Why do you need a ridge vent?

Why Do I Need a Ridge Vent? A ridge vent is an important part of a home's roofing system. Installed at the peak of a sloped roof, the ridge vent allows damp, warm air to escape from the attic. A properly installed ridge vent increases energy efficiency and prolongs the life of your roof.

Why Deck Air Intake Vents?

This is known as the Lomanco Balance. The Deck-Air®, when properly installed with proper exhaust vents, provides a balanced ventilation system to rid your attic space of trapped heat and moisture. The DA-4 is an excellent solution for roofs with little or no overhang for the installation of traditional intake vents.

Why Drip Edge?

Drip edge is a metal flashing that is installed at the edges of the roof to help control the flow of water away from the fascia and to protect the underlying roofing components. ... It is non-corrosive and non-staining so that your roof looks good but is structurally

Why Synthetic Felt?

Synthetic Underlayment. For durability and enhanced water-resistance, some roofers are going with synthetic underlayment. Long-lasting polymers give synthetic underlaymentits strength and longevity. It's impervious to moisture and, when installed correctly, offers a higher degree of weather protection than felt.

Why Ice & Water Barrier

Water and ice barrier keeps ice and water away from what's underneath it, i.e. the decking and your attic or home beneath that. Because it adheres to the roof deck, it is a superior product to traditional underlayments

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