Wood Shake and shingle roofing
Wood shake roofing is one of the types of roofing systems that requires expert knowledgeable personnel to remove and install the perfect roof that will last for the next 50 years. Wood shakes require special metal flashings on valleys, dormers, chimneys and any other place that the roof may have a transition. Our team of roofing professionals will take care of all the details so you can rest assured that your roof will work perfectly for the next 50 years. Contact us today for your free roofing estimate and we will provide you with options for your roofing project that will include Rough Cedar Shakes and cedar shingles. Special metal flashings for these roofs can range from painted steel, painted aluminum, stainless steel or copper. Ideally these roofs should be installed metal flashings that will last as long as the roof and that is why we recommend that cedar shakes should be installed with copper flashings and stainless steel nails. Yes, initially, these upgrades will increase the cost of the roof replacement, However, on the long run you will same time and money by not having to pay for expensive repairs because the metal flashings or the roofing nails are failing. We believe that by providing our customers with the pertinent information about their roofing project, they will make better decisions that will have a tremendous impact in years to come. Call us today for you free roofing estimate and roof inspection.
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