16
May
2012

Wood Roof Shingles

Many of our area's most beautiful homes are protected with wood roofs. Natural wood roofs have been protecting homes for centuries. Wood shingles are esthetically pleasing. At one time, the vast majority of homes in America were protected with natural wood. Problems with combustibility, reduction of the old growth cedar forests, competitive products and shipping expense have completely changed this one- time market domination.

Wood Roof Breaking Up
 

Worn Out Wood Ridge

 

Worn Out Wood Roof

 

Wood Roofing is just not the same as it used to be!

 

The quality of wood roofing has changed drastically. In earlier times, the old growth cedar, with its very tight growth ring pattern, was stable and lasted extremely well. But the old growth became rare and expensive and the wood roofing industry moved on to utilizing younger 2nd growth trees. These younger trees are much less stable in the Texas heat and they just don't last as long as the old growth. Wood shingle roofing right now is lasting about 13 to 17 years.

 

Curling Fragile Wood Shakes

 

 

Some Wood Roofs Are a Fire Hazard!

After the Plano Fires in recent years, area wood roofing shingles were required to be impregnated with fire retardant resins. However many wood roofs that were installed in the 80's and early 90's were never treated. Wood shingles have lost their market share because of this vulnerability to fire and the loss of reliability due to the scarcity of old growth cedar. They have also become much more expensive to produce and ship from Canadian Mills.

Wood Gone Bad                                                               Wood Roof Ridge Gone Bad

Wood roofing materials are often abused by poor roofing practice

 

And of course, wood shingles are at the mercy of the roofing mechanic putting on the roof. Great wood roofing products when installed poorly create a poor quality roof. The exposure or required distance between each row of shingles is not always correct. Different qualities of wood shingles each require a different exposure.

 

Bad Wood, Bad Vents

How does this situation impact you?

 

There is increased risk of fire when a home is covered with a combustible roofing product. This is probably impacting your homeowners premiums.

Also, you might have noticed that your shingles are twisting and curling. This might not be a serious water shedding problem and sure can be esthetically displeasing. These cured and twisted shingles are more vulnerable to hail damage and damage by foot traffic.

Hail comes in the spring. Foot traffic can come any time of year. The painter, the chimney sweep, the Christmas Tree light installer, the neighbor kids retrieving their airplanes, kites or cats, can break up fragile shingles with their footsteps. Falling or blowing tree branches, flying footballs and bouncing basketballs and baseballs are another source of breakage problems. Wood shingles will split under impact and destroy the carefully woven effect of overlapping shingles to shed water.

Wood Roof Coming Apart

 

16
May
2012

Roofs Gone Bad

An Ugly Mess

Roofing systems keep homes dry and waterproof. A proper cricket flashing around a chimney is critical to the integrity of a sound roofing system.  You can see the shingle roof is relatively new.  Somebody thought they were saving some time or money by constructing a cricket fast.  They were wrong. The cricket leaks evidence the patching cements someone hopes covers for a structural problem in the cricket.

Get it done right the first time. Keep your deck dry, keep your insulation dry, keep your interior dry and well painted.  There are an infinite number of ways to foul up roofing.  You are seeing one here.

 

Bad Chimney Left Un-Repaired

This is a chimney flashing that might seem remote to the roofing system but in fact, this wood chimney frame forms the protective flanks to the actual roof flashing and shingles.  If you don't solve the problem with this chimney flashing when you re- roof this house you have a built in problem that will cost the homeowner more money in the long run.  The chimney is poorly designed in the first place.  There is no crown to the metal flashing and so it does not drain well.  It probably started out flat but the lightweight metal has bowed in the middle. Someone cheaped out during original construction.  The roofer you want is not going to cheap out now and sell you a roof that does not solve this problem.

 

Poor Attention to Chimney Flashing

This roof area has a couple of problems.  We are interested here in the chimney counter flashing and the condition of the chimney itself.  It might have saved a few bucks on an estimate but the dollars saved passing over this poor excuse for a chimney flashing, will cost the homeowner much more through water penetration and deterioration.  The counter flashing on the chimney needs to be replaced and the chimney itself needs attention from a brick mason. The shingle roofing is close to the elevation of counter flashing. It is likely that the visible shingle roof has been recovered over an original roof.  This dooms roofing materials to an early grave in the intensity of the Texas sun. What was considered a right roofing decision will cost significantly more much sooner than expected.

 

Chimney Flashing Done Right

 

Here you see a roofing mechanic installing a proper counter flashing on a chimney.  He is scoring the masonry so that a reglet joint can be sealed and the counter flashing will properly shed water over the step flashings.  You can see the properly installed step flashing interlaced in the tile roofing.  This roof will hold up well because the potential problems on the roof have been eliminated by proper construction techniques.  You can afford nothing less on your home, if you are trying to save money.

 

Structural shifting has damaged this chimney.  The preceding roofers have also not paid proper attention to the step flashings and the covering counter flashing. You can see sections missing here.  Water is getting into the superstructure and is conceivably the reason that the chimney has shifted. Somebody saved some time and hard work by skipping over the installation

of roof flashing to a proper specification. Somebody is going to cost the homeowner a lot of money to solve the resulting problems. Get roofing completed with quality the first time.  Save your hard earned cash for other better purposes that to make premature repairs.

 

Chimney Base No Cricket

Broad encumbrances to the flow of water need a roofing cricket. This point is emphasized on this roof because this is the eave of the roof so there is a maximum of water flow at this point. The cricket construction would have been extra work in this case so a short cut was created to save time and energy. The siding is rotted out now and the cure is much more expensive than the original savings.

Step flashings are missing along the rakes, or outside sloped edges, of the chimney.  Deck could easily have been wet for some time. Shingles are pretty new.  You can reasonably conclude that the existing roof was installed with this defective chimney flashing in place.  Complete repairs were not made.  Some money was saved on an estimate and a buying decision was made on price.  Don't make this expensive mistake yourself.  Make sure the estimate you choose solves the problems on your roof.

 

Don't Want An Overlay

Well, here we see one roof overlaying another.  This saves the cost of tearing off the old roof.  It also reduces the life of the roofing by more than half.  It also throws off elevations of roofing and creates vulnerabilities to leaking. Several other problems are created. The extra layers of roofing are too heavy and the standing weight loading of the roof deck has been compromised. This overlay is also a violation of the roofing manufacturer's installation specifications.  Homeowners have to watch out for themselves here.  There are no cities with municipal roof inspectors on staff. This overlay did not save any money.  These mistakes will cost more in the future.  Don't make this mistake yourself. You don't want to afford it.

 

Get Skylights Right Or Create Damage

Skylights are a protrusion through the roofing just like a chimney.  They need special attention paid to proper roofing procedure to make sure they do not leak into the superstructure.  It is not rocket science to create a watertight roof.  It just takes proper roofing knowledge and attention to detail.  Unfortunately in this case, something went wrong and the result is rottted decking and wet insulation. Make sure your roofer understands proper roofing procedure and is committed to quality roofing.  Don't buy on price along. That lower price can get you into a lot of extra expenses.

 

Inadequate Flashing

These skylights are improperly installed too close to the roof surface. Problems with them are likely even though these skylights are very high on the ridge. The power vents are not properly installed either. We get very heavy rain in Texas during which water can enter these defective flashing assemblies. Perhaps not enough to actually leak into the home's interior. Just enough to wet some insulation and destroy some decking and maybe grow some mold. Not a good bargain for the homeowner.

The #1 Dumb Mistake Creating Roof Problems

 
Rubber Vents Crack Not Properly Installed

The number one mistake that creates roofing problems all relate to the placement of vents in roofing.  The roof assembly must accommodate pipes and metal chimneys to vent plumbing, to vent gas water heaters.  Placing proper vent flashings are easy.

You just need to know what you are doing, use proper components and construct the roofing materials and flashing components in a manner to properly shed water.

However, for a variety of reasons, roofs leak around vents.  Lets look at some of these problems and learn from other's mistakes so that these types of dumb mistakes are not allowed to damage our roofing systems and our homes.

Rubber vents are cheaper than lead flashings.  Unfortunately they don't last well under the intense Texas sun.  These cheap rubber vents are the #1 cause of leaks in the industry.  Rubber vent flashings are a poor investment. Don't let a roofer underbid by a few dollars and stick you with rubber vent flashings.  All roofers are not created the same. Make sure you understand the estimate and make sure it addresses the problems on your roof. Make sure your roofer is not installing a future roofing problem on your roof.

 

The second photo gives away the fact that the flashing is not properly installed into the layers of shingles. The shingles and all components must be layered together to shed water off the roof. This figure shows that the vent is cut down through all layers of the shingles. This is a problem. The nice messy application of roofing cement just might be someone trying to stop a roof leak through the area. Whatever, this dollop of goo has no useful purpose.

 

 
Pipe Not Cut

This lead flashing would appear to be properly placed into the layers of shingle roofing. Unfortunately, no time or effort was taken to either cut the pipe off to a proper length or find a lead pipe flashing to fit the length of the pipe.

Pipes move inside the lead sheathing by the coefficient of expansion of the material in the pipe, the length of the pipe and the change in temperature. Asphalt-based mastic is not flexible. Pipe movement causes a crack to form in the mastic between the pipe and the vent flashing. The mastic becomes a water funnel directing the water into the crack. Water entering the crack is entering the home.

Every drop of rain that hits the exposed section of pipe runs inside the house. Now in some climates, this might not be a big deal but in Texas, we get serious rain- several inches at a time. The vertical surface area of exposure on the pipe translates to an equivalent area on the flat roof. A mathematical function can be created to define this area. Now you will have to come by the office to see the math, but just understand that several inches of rain hitting the pipe translates to cubic inches of rain in the structure. The leak may not generate enough water to create visible damage inside the living space, but still leak into the structure enough to wet insulation, wet the roof deck, and create paint problems on the ceiling. Get the roof vents installed right the first time, by hiring a roofing company that does not skip over the minor details- like long vent pipes. Call Joe Hall Roofing and relax. We don't cut corners to low-ball bids. We get it all done right at the right price.

 

Poorly Flashed Vent

This photo shows another example of a pipe flashing that is not properly installed into the layers of shingles. The shingles and all components must be layered together to shed water off the roof. This figure shows that the vent is cut down through all layers of the shingles. This is a problem. You want your roofers to know what they are doing. Roofing is not difficult but poorly trained or poorly motivated roofers find an amazing number of ways to mess up the installation of basic roofing components.

This simple photo also raises suspicion that this roof might be an overlay of an existing roof. We talked about overlays earl ier. Overlays don't work, don't meet building codes, don't meet the manufacturer's specifications, but do create excessive weight on the roof structure and cost you money later to solve the problems created by an overlay.

 

Vent Not Covered Correctly

This photo is an example of a gas vent flashing that is not properly installed into the layers of shingles. Instead of being cut down through all the roofing shingles, this vent sits on top of all the layer of shingles, except for the very top exposed layer of shingle. The shingles and all components must be layered together to shed water off the roof. The gas vent flashing is to shed water around a large hole in the deck to vacate a gas venting duct. This flashing will not shed water properly. Water is entering and wetting roof members and insulation and doing a variety of bad things. This is a problem. You want your roofers to know what they are doing. Roofing construction is not rocket science. But it continually amazes us of the ways found to mess up the installation of basic roofing components.

 

Vent Not Right

This picture makes a conscientious roofer shudder. Someone has basically cut a whole right through the roof and installed this pipe vent and instead of doing any roofing work at all just spread out some kind of asphalt-based patching material instead. This vent is leaking. This vent looks really ugly. Someone did not know what they were doing, or did not care. Whatever type of contractor you hire, make sure they work in your community and that you check references. See our list of criteria for picking out a contractor. We meant this list to help you pick out roofers, but the same principals exists for every kind of contractor.

Friendly and glib talkers sell you stuff by making promises to you. You need  to substantiate what they  promise or you may just be cheated out of your  hard earned investment.

 

16
May
2012

Do You Have Defective Roofing Materials?

Manufacturing Defects Can Cause Premature Failure in Composition Shingles

Composition shingles are the most popular product used in residential roofing. There are many different manufacturers of composition roofing and many more varieties of manufactured shingles. Composition shingles are made up of a combination of paper, ceramic granules, fiberglass strands, natural and modified bitumens, talcs and fillers in a unique combination for each style of shingle.

All composition roofing will eventually wear out from the effects of the ultra-violet rays of the sun and the wear and tear of the elements. Our concern right now is when manufacturing defects cause composition shingles to prematurely fail. This does not happen often, but in our huge Texas marketplace and our many years of experience, we have seen manufacturer's defects create premature failure hundreds of times.

The premature wearing out of composition shingles can be manifest in many ways. Here are 4 specific examples.

Granular failure


This picture is an example of blistering in the roofing shingle. The difference here from hail damage is subtle but significant. This blistering is the result of asphalt problems in the manufacturing process.

 

Delamination


These shingles are all obviously the same age but the ridge shingles have prematurely failed. This situation is caused by a manufacturer's defect.

 

 

Blistering


This pictures shows a broad expanse of roofing shingle which is suffering from granular loss.

 

 

Cracking or Spawling


A close up of granular loss. These shingles have lost their ultraviolet protection because of poor granular attachment. This is an example of a manufacturer's defect.

 

 

Not all pre-mature failure is caused by manufacturer's defects

We need to be very careful not to confuse shingle problems caused by manufacturer's defects from shingle failure problems created by a lack of proper ventilation or even hail damage.

Inadequate attic ventilation can cause premature roofing failure. Roofs can suffer pre-mature failure due to mechanical damage created by foot scuffs or tree limb damage or other mechanical factors. Each of these roofing failure modes has nothing to do with manufacturer's defects.

Manufacturers Warranties and Installation requirements for Composition Shingles

Each manufacturer of composition roofing sells an initial warranty on their products and has a proper installation method for their materials. On those occasions when these manufactured products, usually organic and asphaltic shingle products, prematurely fail, homeowners can create a claim for warranty coverage.

Are you concerned that your composition roof is prematurely failing? We would be happy to help you understand what you are dealing with. We can help you document your situation and assist you with a warranty claim. Hall Roofing has helped guide hundreds of homeowners over the years through this process. Let us help you with the "knowing the what, how and where" to process your manufacturer's defect claim.

Get a Free Roofing Estimate

We have been in the roofing business for 25 years and are planning our success for the next 25 years. We want you to consider us as your roofing resource. We want you to call us for your roofing needs whether it is 2 hours, or 2 weeks, 2 or 10 years in the future. We would like to include you and your family in our future successes.

Each individual homeowner needs to know their exact situation from a roofer they can trust. It is our pleasure to be a trustworthy and knowledgeable roofing company. We enjoy helping people know the facts so that they can make informed choices that are best for them.

We are hear to help you understand your situation. Feel free to call us and ask us any question you might have. You don't need to worry, you just need the facts of what you are dealing.

 

16
May
2012

Information You Need to Have a Reliable Roofing System

How to Insure You have a Quality Roofing Experience.

  • The Key Ingredients of a Quality Roof
  • Roofing Safety Concerns MUST be Paramount
  • Protection of Your Property is Critical
  • Methods of Picking out a Quality Contractor
  • How many ways are there to make a mess of a roof?
  • Proper roof ventilation is essential to protecting your home and your roof

We want you to have the information you need to make sure you are not buying a roofing problem that you will get to pay for later. Quality roofing is much more that the roof not leaking when it rains. We see roof problems every day that were created when the roof was installed. Defects allow leaks that can destroy roof decking and allow the proliferation of mold but these same defects might never accumulate enough water to expose a leak in the interior.

Each step in the roofing process must conform to the specifications of the roofing material manufacturer and the Uniform Building Codes. Our crews have seen every kind of situation and know the proper solution to solve any roofing problem. We are thorough. We bid the job to be thorough.

We will not undersell your roofing project just to get the work. We have great confidence in and take great pride in our ability to get roofing projects done right the first time. We are interested in the long-term good relationship with clients. This is much more important than a single sale. We would like to win all our bids now, but many we have to win later after the prospect's roofing choice has turned into a problem.

The Key Ingredients of a Quality Roof

 

Every aspect of the roofing system, roof decking; chimney flashings, stack vent flashings; skylights - all components of your roofing assembly beyond the simple installation of roofing materials are carefully considered.

Roofing Safety Concerns MUST Be Paramount

Our crews pay careful attention to roofing safety. They don't want to be hurt and we don't want them hurt. Proper safety helps prevent accidents to workers and workman. Injuries are not a pleasant experience for anyone- contractor, employees or the homeowner.

Protection of Your Property

 

Replacing a roof has a big impact on your home, and is a massive and noisy undertaking. The roofing material on your home can often weigh 10 tons. The old roof is well attached to the deck and needs to come off. This is not only noisy but the process must be carefully controlled to not damage your home or your landscaping.

The protection of your property has our undivided attention. We have  systems to insure that your property is returned to you just as it was except with a beautiful new roof.

Thousands of fasteners hold your new roof in place. These can be lost in the grass and lost in the landscaping. We have a bright eyed young man with a knack for detail work to insure the nails are found and your home is returned to you in the same state as when Joe Hall Roofing first arrived.

How to Pick the Right Contractor

Nothing is more important than picking out a trustworthy contractor. In Texas, there is no such thing as state licensing for roofers. Any registration of roofers is completely voluntary. When storms come some people get up the next morning and

decide that they will be roofers for the duration of the storm damages. Here are some important ways to pick out a good roofing contractor versus a "fly by night".

Is your prospective contractor a member of the Better Business Bureau?

Is the company you are considering financially stable? Do they have the financial wherewithal to withstand all possible perils? How can you discern these qualities? Make sure your chosen contractor provides you with a "hold harmless" affidavit. If you have any concerns about Joe Hall Roofing, please give us a call; we are proud to answer any questions that might concern you.

Check references and look around and find your own references for a company. Joe Hall Roofing has thousands of references and many are right in your neighborhood. Roofing the homes of local celebrities does not make you a good roofer, but we are proud of the many local sports and television celebrities who have put their trust in us. We do good work and are very proud of the fact that we have served over 50,000 satisfied customers in our many years of service.

Where is the company located? You might want to drive by and check out their place of business. Are they substantial enough to have a permanent facility or do they represent their location as a P.O. Box? Your probably don't want to hire a roofer if he is operating out of his garage or pick up truck. Drive down Hwy 303 in Arlington and there you will see our

Joe Hall Roofing company facilities. Be sure to stop by and see our roofing showroom!

Just because someone might claim to be a roofer and works to get a job totaled with your insurance company, does not qualify them to install a roof. Our roofing crews are as good as roofers can be. They have put roofing down for years to exacting specifications. They are practiced and experienced teams of professionals that take great pride in their work.

Has your prospective roofer just come to town with the storms? We admire initiative but where will you be when you call your roofer and he has already left town? It is very unpleasant to discover that your new roof was not properly installed because your roofer was greedy or incompetent.

Make sure your head is not turned by glib, compelling personalities high dollar claims bring out the gypsy salesmen who are professionals at getting you to listen to their flowery promises. If what they say is not tempered by reality or just sounds too good to be true, it probably is. Do yourself a favor, just relax, you don't have to make a decision now; get a referral from a neighbor that has used a roofer that they liked and trusted.

There are a multitude of ways to make a mess of a roof

Our Roofing systems keep homes dry and waterproof. It takes more than just roofing tile or roofing shingles to protect a home from water damage. Pipes and skylights and vents and chimneys; roof valleys and roof edges all must be properly detailed or the roofing system does not work. All too often structural defects are the result of the rush to get roofing and building construction done. It requires a steadfast dedication to quality to not cut corners to increase profits on a job. It takes integrity to help a homeowner choose the bid that is a little more expensive but does solve all the defects on the roof. We have seen hundreds of ways corners are cut with the result being defective roofing. Click here to see a few samples of how a Roof can be defective.

Proper roof ventilation is essential to protecting your home and your roof

Our Proper Ventilation to Protect Your Home and Save Money

It is extremely important that roof structures are properly ventilated. Ventilation has often been an afterthought by builders who are more concerned with cosmetic appearance and maximizing profits. It is left to the smart homeowner to insure their home is protected from excess moisture and resulting mold and mite propagation, by proper ventilation.

Proper ventilation is critical to your home

Proper ventilation is critical for keeping moisture out of your home. Good Ventilation also exhausts the build up of summer heat in your attic. The wrong combinations of moisture and heat destroy wood structures, create attractive environments for the growth of molds and the breeding of mites. Poor ventilation will raise your cooling bills and make your home uncomfortable.

Your new roofing warranty requires proper ventilation.

Your new roofing warranty also requires proper ventilation. Without good ventilation, your new roofing materials and your wood structure are in harms way and will not last like they should. Poor ventilation can and will destroy roof decks and create problems with roofing materials.

All portions of the roof structure need an air intake at the eave and an air exhaust at the ridge of the roof. These vents must be sized properly to allow the right volume of air to move through the attic to pick up the moisture that is entering the attic from the interior.

Concerns with Ventilation occur during 2 Seasons. Summer:

Texas gets hot in summer and our attics get even hotter. This heat is hard on building materials. Attic temperatures can soar to 170 degrees in a poorly ventilated attic. This adds stress to your plywood deck and roofing materials. Stress shortens the life of materials.

Proper ventilation can therefore save you money in summer and make you feel better too.

Winter: Moisture is the villain in winter. Texas roofs are usually well insulated. This means that the warm interior is well separated from the cool attic space EXCEPT where the warm heated air in your home leaks into the attic space around light fixtures and bathroom venting ducts. At these small micro-locations moist warm air from cooking, laundry, and shower activities rises and penetrates through air gaps into the attic space.

Warm, moist interior air mixing with the cold air in the attic allows the formation of a dew point. This moisture collects on insulation, rafters, roof sheathing- on anything where the dew point is reached. To prevent reaching dew point in your attic there must be a free exchange of dryer air from the outside environment. Good Ventilation creates this free exchange and thus prevents moisture problems.

We are Always Ready to Help

Joe Hall Roofing would be glad to help you understand whether you have a roofing ventilation problem. Proper ventilation is critical to the health of your home and to the life span of your roof structure. Contact us if you have any further questions or concerns.

 

16
May
2012

Smart Steps To Reduce Hail Storm Damage

 

Virtually eliminate your exposure to hail storm damage with impact resistant roofing.

You need to know about impact resistant roofing. Impact resistant roofing can save you money on your Homeowners insurance, can eliminate the vast majority of hail damage experiences, save you money on your deductible and save you from considerable aggravation.

Impact Resistant Roofing Makes Living with Hail Storms Much Easier.

Welcome to Hail Alley USA. In the Spring of each new year - from very late March thru June Texans are at the mercy of Mother Nature. Texas is the hardest hit state in the Union for hail storms and hail damage. 40% of all homeowner's claims in Texas relate to hail damage to roofs. Tarrant County is the hardest hit of all Texas counties. Major hailstorms hit Texas in 1992 and in 1995 and again in 2003

Hail losses are a plague to homeowners and to the insurers that cover their homes. There is no win here for either insurers or homeowners. But there are people who profit from storms by taking advantage of Texans. Storm chasing roofers and opportunists flock into storm areas and take advantage of homeowners under stress and disoriented by hail damage. We are compiling information here to help make sure you are never among their victims.

Impact Resistant Roofing Can Save You money on Your Homeowners Premium

There is nothing we can do to stop hail; there are viable options for minimizing your exposure to hail damage. This is great news because new roofing products labeled "impact resistant roofing" can reduce your homeowners policy by up to 35%. Homeowners can save millions on their premiums, insurers can save millions on paying for damages and homeowners will be saved the aggravation of dealing with roof damage from storms. Impact resistant roofing is the way of the future.

Impact Resistant Roofing Can Virtually Eliminate the Stressful Hail Damage Cycle

The homeowners insurance pays the bulk of the loss; still, the individual homeowner shares in the loss by contributing the amount of their policy deductible toward replacement of the damaged roof. Avoiding the deductible becomes a major incentive particularly, for some policyholders who have two or three total roof losses in a decade.

With increased confidence in the "impact resistant roofing, homeowners can consider choosing a higher deductible which will i n turn lower the insurance premium you are paying. This too can be a sizable saving to the homeowner.

And beyond the deductible and dealing with the insurance claim, home owners are pleased to give up dealing with contractors inside and on top of the house making repairs to the premises. Reducing the hail risk to your home gives added peace of mind knowing that your risk of hail damage has been greatly reduced. Owners of homes protected with "impact resistant roofing" will be sighing with relief when the hail comes again and their less prepared neighbors are calling the roofer and calling their insurance company.

And speaking of the deductible, if you have confidence your roof will survive future hail storms, you will more likely be comfortable choosing a higher deductible which will in turn lower the insurance premium you are paying. This too can be a sizable savings.

Use Joe Hall Roofing as a Resource

We can help you understand whether impact resistant roofing makes sense for you. There are a tremendous number of options available with impact resistant roofing. Come visit our roofing showroom. You can feel and touch the products and find the product that not only protects your home but creates the look and feel you want in roofing

 

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