A Pawleys Island home needed a new roof and called on Klaus Roofing team to get the job done.
In the before image, you can see the roof of this single-family home is showing its age so we went right to work, replacing any damaged or rotted wood with new plywood.
To ensure the home is weather protected, our team installed a Synthetic Underlayment on the roof decking. Loose roof decking can be blown off by the wind.
Once our Klaus Roofing team members installed drip edge along all eaves of the roof, it was time for shingles.
We installed new architectural lifetime shingles. They are an asphalt-based roofing material designed to give this roof a nice, new-looking pattern.
You can see the beautiful result in the "after" picture. This home and its owner will enjoy a new roof over his head for years to come!
This project was a roof repair in Longs, South Carolina. We removed all of the existing roofing and replaced all of the damaged and rotted wood. We also installed ice and water shields on all drip edges, step flashings, valleys and penetrations on the roof. Other things we installed on this roof include synthetic felt, aluminum drip metal, aluminum rake metal, and new flashings. We finished the project by installing new lifetime shingles, ridge vents, and ridge caps.
For this project we had to re-flash 19ft where the garage meets the house by the front porch.
For this project, the roof needed repairs around the chimney. To do this we repaired and replaced the sheeting around the chimney, as well as re-flashed and sealed any visible water intrusion areas.
This project in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina had many repairs that needed to be made. To begin this project we removed all of the existing roofing from the wood, and replaced any rotten or damaged wood underneath it. We installed ice and water shield, synthetic felt, and aluminum drip and rake metal. New flashings were installed to the vent pipe boots and to the chimney. We finished the project by installing lifetime shingles, ridge vents, and ridge caps.