Our customer had wind and debris damage to several shingles and several ridge cap shingles. We replaced several ridge caps and several field shingles in order to satisfy home inspector's concerns.
1 of 3 structures replaced on this individual horse farm. There was leaks that were rotting the sheathing along the eaves of the barn. We installed Certainteed Landmark shingles Color: Weatherwood
Our customer had a squirrel that was bound and determined to live on Bordeaux Drive. We made a piece of flashing to protect the ridge cap line from future invasions and/or leaks in the event that the squirrel comes back.
The Courtney's chimney had no cricket and or saddle before the roof installation. During the replacement of the complete roof we had decided to install a copper cricket. The cricket's purpose is to divert water around the chimney instead of diving straight into the chimney and it's flashing.
Mr. Wang was experiencing a troublesome leak that was running all the way down the chimney chase and eventually staining the drywall in his basement. The original chase cover had been installed wrong from the beginning, ponding water on the top of the lid. Eventually causing rust, and water infiltrating around the fasteners. Harrison's fixed the leak with a new stainless chimney chase cover, and new counterflashing of the brick chimney.