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Axial Universal... | Answered on Jul 28, 2019


The roofing contractor won't 'help', they will do the whole job start to finish in a day.

Roofing | Answered on Jul 28, 2019


You don't have the knowledge or the tools to do that, plus it is dangerous being on the roof of the house. How do you think you will dispose of all the old shingles and nails.

Roofing | Answered on Jul 28, 2019


get a ladder, climb up there, reach in, and pull them out. you probably will want some gloves. or pay the little kid in your neighborhood 20$ to do it

Roofing | Answered on May 09, 2019


A slate roofing is actually a nice idea because its make your home quite pretty. To use slate roofing first you need better kins of slates its breakable also but now including roofing you should try another options like metal roofing, rolled roofing , its easy then slate roofing you can also visit http://andersonindustrialroofing.net/replacement/

Roofing | Answered on Feb 14, 2019


water will only run downhill someone will have to rehang them so that the drain is lower than the rest of it

Roofing | Answered on Dec 21, 2018


yes but to get a professional job , check you local registrar of professional roofers
may save you getting ripped off

Roofing | Answered on Nov 27, 2018


Try a roofer in your area of the world.
When asking a question like this on the World-Wide Web, you need to be a little more specific. I could suggest the contractor who recently did my roof and gutters, but I doubt you'd want to pay to have them come from where I am to where you are.

Roofing | Answered on Nov 14, 2018


FLO call a roofing contractor FAST .you have rotted sheeting that needs replaced and possibly rafters also .we had to re-roof our home 2 years ago and decided on a steel roof instead of the asphalt shingles that were on it since built .it will not be CHEAP either way .

Roofing | Answered on Oct 29, 2018


If you are looking for roof repair services then BP Roofing could be best solution for you. Welcome to BP Roofing Best Roofers Auckland

Roofing | Answered on Sep 18, 2018


As the name suggests it is entirely flat with a slight pitch to allow water run-off. It is useful to install in places having low or high rainfall. They are also conducive for PV solar panels, simple to construct and cost-effective. However, they are usually susceptible to water leakage. The flat roof might not be the best at getting rid of rain and debris, but in a warmer climate where storms are more unlikely, they can be very good shaped roofs. The flat roof is very easy to build and very cost-effective. They are also very good at keeping the heat from the sun out of homes and buildings. Visit this website to know more about roofing.
Materials suggested for use include; metal sheets, rubber membrane, grave and tar, TPO and others.

Behm Design 20 x... | Answered on Aug 20, 2018


You should call an ingenior to come and take a look at your roof , it will cost you a bit of money , but if he can state that your roof need to be redone again you should easily get a clean case in court

Roofing | Answered on Jul 18, 2018


first not to do is
not to fall off the roof--it really hurts
next
not to wear any foot wear that slips when the roof is wet or you will falloff
don't work close to the edge
If the roof is more than 5 degrees slope , you will need safety harness and restraint to stop you sliding off the roof

Roofing | Answered on Jun 26, 2018


There are many variables to consider such as Location and House Height but below is a good estimate.

Aluminum: $5-$8 per foot (I live in Midwest and have a guy that will do it for $2 a foot)
Copper: $15-$25 per foot
Vinyl: $3-5 per foot
Steel: $8-$10 per foot

Roofing | Answered on Jun 06, 2018


https://www.cunninghamcampers.com/fckimages/pdf/jayco-owner-manuals/1999CTEagle.pdf

As far as I can tell there is just a general owners manual for all 1999 jayco eagle fold downs. Above is a link to that.

Roofing | Answered on Jun 06, 2018


start at opposite end of the drain pipe / 2 % slope down this will prevent water build up

Roofing | Answered on Mar 31, 2018


Hello, Jose -

I am not a gutter intaller. However, from high school chemistry class I recall that when aluminum is in contact with copper, corrosion will occur.

Best wishes.

Roofing | Answered on Mar 13, 2018

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