If you are looking for roofers in Coeur d’Alene, look no further! This roof had a lot of blow-off from storms and moderate to severe granule loss. You can see where shingles have been replaced on the front side.
These 3-tab shingles have really been weakened over time. Look at the creasing on the upper portion of each shingle and the amount of granules that have come loose.
An close-up look at moderate to severe granule loss.
No matter the season, New Heights Roofing is ready!
Tearing off an average size home usually takes 1-2 days for our crew, depending on the layers of shingle and the condition of the decking. We always make sure to do a great job protecting the grounds and cleaning up daily.
After just one day of tear-off, the entire deck is prepared for shingle with Epilay Plystik Plus ice shield on all eaves, valleys and roof-to-wall intersections, with synthetic vapor barrier covering the rest. Time to roof!
Doing a little extra now might stop a bad leak in the future – we’ve surrounded all pipe flashings with our high-quality ice shield. You won’t find many roofers taking the time to do this!
First look at the new roof.
Everything from top to bottom is new – pipe flashings, b-vent flashings, stem vent flashings and attic vents, included!
This new roof looks great with a change of color and style, thanks to Landmark shingle in the ‘Moire Black’ color by CertainTeed.
We hope you’re enjoying your roofing research – all signs point to hiring the best roofers in Coeur d’Alene, New Heights Roofing!
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