- 155 Bundles of Owens Corning Harbour Blue Shingles
- 12 Bundles of roof capping
- 12 Bundles of starter shingles
- 7 Turtle vents
- 2 Neoprene plumbing vents, 4"
- 2 Galvanized goose necks (vents)
This client's ranch house bears a shingle roof getting on in its years, and they reached out to GRS to help them replace the roof with a newer shingle system. GRS oversaw the job through its completion, ensuring that the steep slope of the roof did not cause any problems for the technicians on site. Roof Report: March 29, 2013 The attending technician arrived on site for 9:00am, set to take preliminary photos of the site. When the technician arrived on location, they carried out an inspection to the state of the roofing system. As can been seen from the photos below, the house is in a rural area with a shingled roof primarily consisting of steep-angled roofs. There was minimal hail damage, which was one of the main concerns of the client. There was, however, one spot on the bottom edge of a roof (with an overhang above) that was obviously water damaged and rotten/sunk in. In this area, the gable was missing a drip edge that would need to be replaced. There was some moss growing around the former edges and valleys, near some missing fascia and soffit. Materials Required: April 10, 2013