When we stripped this roof down, we noticed that it had a serious problem with rotten wood. This will lead to leaking and water damage over time if not addressed.
This roof has been stripped down to the bare wood support beams. All of the rotten wood has been removed.
After all of the rotten wood has been removed off of the base of the roof, this new wood will be installed before anything else can happen.
New wood is being installed over the foundational beams of this roof, and will soon be ready to support a new Klaus roof.
Stormtite is an underlayment that effectively sheds water that gets behind shingles and it's engineered to be vapor resistant.
Klaus installed several different types of liners over the bare wood of our roofs before we install shingles or any other product. This keeps the wood dry and prevents rotting.
This hip is covered in shingles that have the nail reinforcement strip and sealant installed securely.
These new shingles look very classy and will provide protection from weather for years to come. The completed roof will also be under warranty for at least 25 years.
This home in Burlington, Kentucky had wood rotting out under the shingles of their roof. We stripped this roof down, removed and replaced the rotting wood, and installed a brand new Klaus IKO Cambridge roof in charcoal grey.
our service area