We start by protecting plants and shrubs, and then strip off the old roof. Eave venting is then addressed. We always install ice & water barrier on the first three feet of bare roof deck, in all valleys and under all flashing. We then apply a roofing underlayment to the rest of the bare roof deck that is Miami-Dade County approved, for its wind resistance. Then comes the application of the roof shingles, which are chosen according to conditions and budget. Our storm nailing pattern keeps the 1.25 inch roofing nails away from all seams.
I’ve found that the cleanup part of the job is also extremely important. We clean the job site at the end of every work day. At the end of the job we magnetize for nails. The Cape is really a bare foot/outdoor shower kind of community. Magnetizing the job is not only crucial, but standard operating procedure.
In summation, it is my objective to provide a great roofing experience for all of my customers, from choosing the right shingle to the final clean up.
I feel that communication is a key factor in attaining these goals; I am always available.