View of the chimney before the cricket was installed in front of the chimney.
After view showing newly built cricket in front of the chimney.
The black material to the bottom of the white underlayment is ice and water shield. Its installed in the valleys before being shingled over. The ice and water shield is an adhesive that sticks to the decking of the roof and prevents ice damning.
Area with existing satellite dishes before new roof was installed.
View of roof where the satellite dishes use to be.
Before look at the roof before it was replaced.
This was taken about 2/3 of the way through construction. You can see we are using synthetic underlayment (white sections) instead of normal felt paper. This is for crew safety as well as its more energy efficient for the roof.
After the roof was installed view from top of the roof.
View from the top of the roof after installation.
This roof replacement came about because of a previous relationship with this homeowner. Jewell had preformed a roof replacement for them several years previously. We did such a good job they decided to call us again when they were in need of a roof replacement on a different property.
This existing roof was a designer shingle that was no longer being made. There were a few issues with the old roof. Certain sections of the roof had grown moss on it, there were a few satellite dishes that were no longer being used, and the chimney was in need of a cricket. Jewell Replaced the old roof with a new Owens Corning Oakridge Tru Def Onyx Black shingle. This shingle has a 110 mph wind rating with 10 year algae resistance. Jewell was able to remove the satellite dish stands and build a new cricket in front of the chimney. This project took two full days to complete.