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Customer Reviews

  • I want to thank you and your staff for the outstanding job you did on re-roofing our latest project. Your assistance in value engineering for our roofing system, to achieve our long and short-term financial objectives, is very much appreciated.
    Arvid L. A., President

  • Under the compressed construction schedule, we appreciate the ability your company has to mobilize and sustain the required manpower to achieve our construction schedule.
    Ed N., Director of Construction

  • Kyle, Received your letter that confirms the payment for completion of work. Thank you. Indeed, my family and I are very pleased with our new roofs. And if 2008 is the year for new siding on my home, your business is the first I would consider for the job.
    Joan

Roofing Terminology J-L

J
JOIST- Horizontally placed timber or beam set on edge to give support to a floor or ceiling.

K
KETTLE- Equipment used for heating bitumen to a flowing consistency.

L
LADDER, FIXED- A ladder which is permanently attached to a building.

LAP- To overlap or extend one material partially over another.

LEAD- A malleable metal once extensively used for flashings.

LEAN-TO ROOF- The sloping roof of a building addition having its rafters or supports pitched against and supported by the adjoining wall of a building.

LIQUID-APPLIED MEMBRANE- Generally applied to cast-in-place concrete surfaces in one or more coats to provide fully-adhered waterproof membranes which conform to all contours.

LIVE LOAD- The weight superimposed by snow or water or other tangibles which lack permanency, not including the wind load, on a roof.

LOOSE LAID- A membrane "laid loosely", i.e., not adhered, over a roof deck or BURM