IKO introduces their most technologically advanced roofing shingle to-date with IKO Dynasty™.
With an improved nailing zone, new technology to combat nail pull-through and an improved wind rating of up to 130mph, our Dynasty roofing shingle offers not only cutting-edge asphalt shingle development but also comes in a wide range of gorgeous colors to add beauty to your roof or next roofing project!
GAF has announced their Roofs For Troops promotion. Active military, retired military, and veterans can receive a $250 rebate when their roof is installed by a GAF factory certified contractor. This promotion is running from January 1, 2014 – December 31, 2014. You must have your roof installed during that period of time. The flier has more details about the promotion.
The EternaBond product line is one of the most diverse flashing tapes on the market. A lot of people know that you can use it for RV and mobile home roofs, but we love to use it on many different residential roof situations.
Watch the above video to learn how Chris Margarites, the inventor of EternaBond, repairs a leaking chimney.
These are the steps we used to fix our leaking chimney with EternaBond:
Use EternaPrime to prepare the areas we’re going to be flash
Use EternaBond DoubleStick to make a perimeter of where we want to our flashing. Tip: Don’t pull the DoubleStick. Allow it to lay naturally into and over cracks and crevices.
Take a sheet of 12″ EternaBond RoofSeal and bond it with the DoubleStick we layed around the perimeter of our flashing. Tip: Make sure you work from bottom to top. Use scissors to score the release liner to make laying the RoofSeal easier
Press firmly into all the areas of the RoofSeal. Make sure you really press well into the areas where the DoubleStick and RoofSeal meet.
JP Lahr & Sons is making headlines…in a good way. Recently they were featured on Fox 59 in a story titled, “Did he winter wreck your roof? Central Indiana roofers get swamped.” The story and video talks about how this year’s extreme winter weather has caused a lot damage due to ice dams.
While watching the video at 0:47, 0:58, 1:15, and 1:55 there is a XT-25 shingle board in the background. In the upper right hand corner of the board is a Reese Wholesale logo. Thanks for the small plug Jim