Ross has been in the roofing and siding business for 32 years. He has worked also on remodeling and room additions. For 15 years he ran his own company as well. He joined the Stan's Roofing and Siding team 4 years ago. You will see him out on site at all siding projects as he checks on the crews to make sure they are following the plans for each home. When he isnt out walking around the sites, Ross plays and builds custom guitars. He is also learning to play the violin and writes and records his own music.
This ranch home in Crest Hill had various leaks on the roof. Our crew installed a full Certainteed roofing... Watch Video »
Ridge vents are a necessary portion of your roof to allow damp and warm air to escape from the attic. It is installed at the peak of the roof using a raised formed piece that later gets covered with shingles.
Mansard Roof design has been in existence since the 16th Century. It was predominantly French designed homes, but made its way to the US in the late 1800's. It was not used as often in traditional homes, but many high rises residential buildings in the late 60's and 70's were built with them. We now see Mansard roofs most times with a flat or sloped roof at the top. In heavy snow and rain regions of the US, having a sloped or flat roof atop a Mansard is preferred for durability.
Maintenance of wooden siding can be stressful at times. Priming, Painting, scraping off old paint, replacing bad boards. This homeowner had siding that was peeling and some bad boards as well. They requested a low maintenance siding from us and even changed the look of the home from vertical siding to horizontal AND changed the color as well.
This home had 2 layers of shingles on it and was getting old. The homeowners chose to replace it before it had gotten to the point of "fixable". They had a standard 3 tab shingle and now have the beauty of an architectural shingle.
This home's roof reached its limit of use. We sent our crews out to complete a full tear off and replacement. They used Certainteed roofing products to give a long lasting beautiful new roof to this home.
This raised ranch built in the 1950's needed a new roof and attic insulation. Our crew removed the existing roof and replaced it with the beautiful color choice of Certainteed Landmark Burnt Sienna. They also used Owens Corning Blown insulation to bring the attic space up to regulations.
This 1950's ranch home recieved a new Certainteed roof from our company as well as a properly vented and insulated attic space. Our crew used Owens Corning Blown Insulation to bring the insulation levels to the proper standards required by the state. 12900
If you are looking to keep your home virtually maintainance free as well as have a beautiful wood grain presence, Crane insulated siding may just be the choice for you. This siding is engineered to reduce heat and energy from escaping your home as well as to reduces outside noise. Crane siding is manufactured from recycled materials as well. This home changed the color from a dark brown to lighthouse red.
This home was in need of new siding as the older siding was starting to deteriorate. Our crew removed the old siding and replaced it with a similiar color and installed horizontal siding instead of vertical. This allowed the home to look more up to date as well as offer a new level of protection to its structure.
This homeowner was looking for a drastic change in the appearance of their home. They changed the roof color as well as the siding color. They also opted for insulated siding. Insulation makes the siding stiffer and more resistant to warping and movement that traditional siding. It also adds some "R-Value" to the siding.
This ranch home in Crest Hill had various leaks on the roof. Our crew installed a full Certainteed roofing system in the color Reshawn Shake. We replaced all vents and were able to eliminate a few along the way. We also replaced the gutters around the house as well as the garage.
This home was given a new roof through the Certainteed Landmark Roofing System. They chose the color Heather Blend. New Ice and Water shield, vents, and flashings were set in place in order to give the best life to the homes existing structure.
This beautiful rebuilt downtown Plainfield home had an older roof and the owners decided to take precautionary measures and have it replaced before problems appeared. They chose Certainteed LandMark Pro shingles in Shenandoah. We not only installed the shingles for them, but ensured the proper underlayment using Certainteed's SwiftStart and Winterguard to shield from the elements.
This ranch home had a new roof and gutter system installed. The homeowner opted to remove the coopala from the top of the garage as well.
This homeowner was experiencing issues with their roof. Our estimator was able to assist in choosing a certainteed roofing system that works well for them. The end result was a beautiful new roof and flashings around every gable adding to the beauty of the home.
Most if not all homes that are massed produced in new subdivisions are roofed with a very basic shingle known as the 3 tab style shingle. While a 3 tab shingle is much cheaper, due to the flat and clean lines of a 3 tab, it usually breaks down much quicker. On the other hand, architectural shingles are much thicker and have multiple dimension structure. If correctly installed and maintained, they can increase the home's value. They hold a higher rating than a 3-tab roof to resist higher wind speeds.
This homeowner made the switch with this roof replacement to a Certainteed Landmark architectural shingle in the color Pewter. This change not only created a more solidly structured roof, but added curb appeal to this already beautiful home and neighborhood.
This home was hit in a bad hail storm. Do to the age of the roof, the insurance company did not assist in its replacement. Our expert salesman was able to assist the homeowners in selecting the right fit for their home.
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