We pay attention to detail by re-enforcing the perimeter edge with three components to create a watertight, high-wind system. We shield all
vulnerable areas of your new roof from ice and water—not just the eaves. We
replace all the flashing details, and we use a reglet flashing system (not
caulk) with all masonry to keep water out of the home. This means we cut and flash into mortar joints as opposed to an ‘easy flash' that relies on caulk between the masonry and flashing. Otherwise, the caulk will deteriorate within five years, and you will experience leaking. We ensure proper attic ventilation to qualify for the manufacturer's lifetime warranty, prolong shingle life, and lower attic temperatures while increasing energy efficiency and lowering utility bills. Finally, we use the hurricane nailing system—six nails per shingle—not three or four nails per shingle, like many others.