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Bob Adams had shingled roofs over the garage, front porch, and the back of the house on the 1st level. They were all stripped down to the plywood.

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This job was not your typical shingle job. The front porch had major plywood damage due to faulty flashing.

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The siding on the front porch had to be removed so the older flashing could be removed and the new flashing installed.

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Continuous flashing was installed along the front where the porch roof met the house.

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The flashing where the house met the garage roof and the back roof had to be taken out and reworked.

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The same flashing was used.

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Since the garage roof and the back roof only had a one foot soffit the ice and water was put down only one row up.

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The roofs were shingled with Timberline Architectural Lifetime Shingles. New vents and boots were installed as well.

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The work was done in the month of November. The weather held out and Bob now had both the upper metal roof and the lower shingled roofs completed with 10 year warranties on both material and labor.