This roof is 40 squares (4,000 square feet). We tore off the existing shingles and underlayment. We installed new drip edge, synthetic underlayment, starter shingles, 18” wide galvanized metal in valleys and new Owens Corning Duration series shingles.
This roof is 40 squares (4,000 square feet). We tore off the existing tile, furring strips and underlayment. We installed a new Titanium UDL-30 underlayment, new 1X2 furring strips and new Eagle concrete tile. This homeowner chose the Malibu profile with the color “Slate Range."
This roof took our shingle roofing crew two days to complete. The project came out to about 30 squares or 3,000 square feet.
2020 is the year you stop worrying about your roof!
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Are you considering installing skylights to add more light in the home? Skylights bring in natural light and can make a room appear bigger. Skylights come in different sizes, colors, shapes, materials, and can be operable. While there are many things to consider, here are some general advantages and disadvantages for skylights.
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We are always looking for new and improved ways to conserve energy. You might want to cut costs on spending money on energy. You might want to try to use your swamp cooler or refrigerated air less. Or you just might want to be energy efficient. Whatever your intention might be, here are 5 ways to help keep your roof cool in New Mexico’s very hot summers.