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Ice & Water Shield
is also referred to as ice and water shield, is a waterproof roof underlayment membrane developed to protect vulnerable areas on a
roof from ice and water damage.
is a layer of material installed prior to the shingles on areas of the roof not covered by ice & water. It's meant to absorb asphalt from the shingle to provide an extra level of water resistance.
is where the initial shingle products are
installed on the roof, just before the first course
of the finish shingles, which will comprise
the visible parts of the roof.
are flat, rectangular pieces of asphalt, composite, or other roofing material; they're applied
from the base of the roof upwards and often
overlap to provide full coverage.
Pipe Boot Flashing
is also known as a plumbing vent boot. This allows the roofing contractor to adjust the base to
the roof pitch and bend the top of the boot into
the pipe end for a weathertight seal.
is found at the point where your roof meets
your chimney. It’s supposed to create a waterproof
seal that protects your roof and chimney from
Hip & Ridge
is the finishing touch for a comprehensive roofing job. They are installed at the peak and provide a protective bridge to bring two slopes of a roof together to make your roof weather tight
The roof ridge or ridge of a roof is the horizontal line running the length of the roof where the two roof planes meet. This intersection creates the highest point on a roof, also called the peak.
Intake Vent (When Needed)
helps reduce heat & moisture buildup that can lead to ice damming & roof deterioration. This vent is an ideal solution for roofs that require additional ventilation and proper airflow.
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