This Edmonton client's roof bears both a low slope EPDM and a sloped shingle system. GRS went out to their residential building to replace both surfaces over the course of a few days. Continue reading Malarkey Legacy Shingles with Transition to Low Slope EPDM Roofing – Edmonton, September 2015
Below you will find an assessment and quotation for a routine residential call by our Edmonton roofing repair crew. The client's shingles had experienced wind damage on approximately 100 sq. ft. on one side of their sloped roof. Assessment, May 8 2013: An area of 55 sq. ft. worth of roofing was blown off by mind. We performed a temporary repair using Ice & Water, as well as replacing some shingles. The total amount of damage that could be colour-matched today is 90 sq. ft. Quotation, May 13 2013:
- Minimum charge repair: replace wind-blown 3 tab dual brown IKO 25 year shingles
- 85 - 100 sq. ft. area
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. Continue reading Sloped Shingle Roof Replacement, March 2013, Edmonton
Below you will find a series of field reports, correspondence and photos of a premium shingle installation for a residential client (duplex) in Edmonton, Alberta. We have also provided notes by our project manager about our proprietary weatherproofing technology. Edmonton Roof Shingle Replacement August 2 2012: We received correspondence concerning price structuring since the work site was a duplex. Client:
Field Report, September 25 2012:
Old shingle system was ripped off and we cleaned the roof. New drip edges and shingles were then installed, as well as waterproofing them. 80% of the job has been completed.
We are currently waiting for blend shingles, roof jacks, drip edges, and coil roof nails. This site should be done tomorrow.
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Just for clarity, I will need a quote for my half, including the additional cost to do the entire front if the neighbour does not cover half at the same time. Since there is also ice damming around the duplex as well, I would like you to specify how this will be dealt with. Also include the garage as a separate number so I can identify the cost to the neighbour. Again, thanks for the quick responses. I am impressed with the turnaround so far.Our response:
I will provide you with two separate quotes: one for your half of the duplex and garage, as well as one for the total of the duplex and garage. As for your concerns with ice damming; Ice dams are created when water runs down a sloped roof and runs into a blockage of ice. As it begins to freeze, the ice block then grows up-slope or up your roof. This is commonly found at the gutter area, hence the reason local building codes are starting to call for Ice & Water Shield Underlayment at the eaves (at minimum). Roof underlayment needs to be installed as "monolithic" as possible, have as much elasticity as possible, and be installed so there are no negative laps (due to incorrect installation of membrane connections). If your roofing installer used Ice & Water and used it properly, your roof can then leak at shingle-level and that moisture will never enter your roofing system, or to the sheathing itself. Sadly, many roofing companies or installers do not understand what a negative lap is, or know about monolithic installations of an underlayment/membrane, so this is not always a solution. Local building codes are now typically asking for, at the very least, Ice & Water to the eave up the slope of the roof to a minimum of 36 in. and in the roof valleys. Some roofers do not know or simply ignore the code. We use peel and stick underlay extensively at all openings and at every eave edge and valley. Our callbacks as a result of these advanced products and our proprietary specification detail are very near 0%.Quotation, September 15 2012:
|LUMP SUM SLOPED ROOF REPLACEMENT “Whole Duplex” Remove Roofing. Dispose. Apply New Roofing per Exclusive GRS Specifications.|
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