Les Jardins de Cheverny | Condo Roof
A successful condo roofing project!
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- Project No:47501
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After only 11 years since its inception, this condo building needed new roofing. The original asphalt shingle roofing was installed by BP Canada, a manufacturer that was at the epicenter of a class action lawsuit in 2012. Having been unable to obtain repairs, the condo association took the executive decision to get the entire roof redone. Redoing the 15-unit building will guard against any issues.
All of the roof’s shingles needed to be removed in order for the contractors to do the proper work. The entire surfacing was removed until only the wood was left over. They then proceeded to installing a protective membrane, a synthetic roofing underlayment, and six Maximum 301 ventilators – which are all well advised for ventilating a sloped roof. The Verified Contractors also changed the metal flashing and installed eight new plumbing vents. Given the complexity of this roofing project, the use of a boom was required to ease the work being done. The chosen contractors for this roofing project needed to be qualified to the work according to standards.
The shingles chosen for this roof are the CertainTeed Landmark™ shingles in Burnt Sienna (50 year guarantee). These shingles are part of the most used laminated shingles in North America. Since they are of high quality and highly reliable, they’re definitely the best choice for homeowners looking for peace of mind.
The president of the condo association was so impressed with contractors’ professionalism and the quality of the work being done that he left us a little note: “I am very satisfied with the work done by the contractor that you’ve recommended me. What an incredibly well managed team of workers. And, what a beautiful roof. All involved parties are clearly passionate about what they do.”
Another successful renovation!
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