Rob joined our team in 2017. He had previously worked on remodeling homes as well as some work with Habitats for Humanity. Rob is currently completing repairs alongside our other repair technicians as well as on occassion solo. As our company is growing, so is Rob's knowledge and abilities to perform the tasks needed to achieve success. He enjoys working with the crews as well as the other employees. While not at work, you can catch him hanging with his friends and attending music festivals.
When sealed properly, the area around a chimney will hold a tight barrier against the elements. Over time it may wear down and create issues for the roof and the interior of your home.
This home had a piece of aluminum fascia wrap blow off in a wind storm. Our crew came out and replaced the piece to match perfectly to the existing work.
Water flow is important when protecting your home and yard. An improper gutter pitch may cause water to flow in such a way that you take the chance of flooding out an area around your house. That may also result in your foundation leaking from all of the standing water constantly pooling in that spot. Our crews are efficient in making sure your gutter is pitched as it needs to be in order to get the water flow to move away from the home as best that they can. Here we even added an oversized downspout to the back yard to assist in flow.
This homeowner had numerous leaks this late winter due to ice damming on this section of their home. Our crew pulled up sections where needed, added new ice and water shield and a section of plywood as well. Then they sealed the section off with new shingles.
Roof Leaks occur for many reasons. Roughly 95% of small leaks are discovered to be from improper flashing work. This home was no exception. The chimney flashing needed to be repaired and extended to assist with dispersing the water. A few other areas needing shingles nailed down and caulked other nail holes.
Heavy weight of snowfall can create leaks and soft spots in your roof. It can also assist in ice dams that will create many other issues for your home. Here our crews went out with snow/roof rakes and took off the bottom few feet of snow in order to allow melting to occur and less ice build up under shingles which starts the ice dam.
Having even one shingle missing can create larger issues for your home. Water can seep in the holes from the nails used to put the shingle on. Water can get under the other shingles surrounding the missing one as well. If you see you have one or more missing, contact us to come take care of replacing it for you.
High winds and storms can tear siding right off your home. With siding missing, you take a chance that water or other weather elements will damage the underlayment and structure of your walls. Our crews were able to assess and replace this small section of siding to restore it to a like new look.
This homeowner had water dripping down their walls. While other companies came out and looked at their issue and couldn't resolve the issue, our expert was able to see that the leak was coming from the area around the window. Our crew removed the siding to expose the issue. They placed new flashing tape around the window
Having missing shingles have potential to create many issues for your home. Our crew can come and replace whatever is missing. We do all jobs big or small.
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