Old, Damaged Roof
This old roof will soon be stripped away and replaced.
Shingles Peeling Off of Roof
These shingles are peeling up and need to be replaced.
Taped Roof Sheathing Seams
This is an extra step of protection. The idea is if a big storm came and blew any roofing off, that water would run down the decking and off the wood without leaking in. 4 inch wide extra sticky butyl tape does the trick.
Taping Ads a Layer of Protection
Taping all plywood decking seams with butyl tape adds an extra layer of protection to your roof.
Stormtite is Flexible, Even in Cold Weather
Stormtite is easy to install around vents, dormers, skylights, and other typical roof structures. It lays flat without curling and is super durable.
Stormtite is a Synthetic, Non-Breathable Material
Stormtite effectively sheds water that gets behind shingles and it's engineered to be a vapor-retarder. Thanks to built-in UV stabilizers, it can be left exposed for up to 30 days and will continue to perform.
Klaus Lays a Shingle "Starter Course"
When laying the first course of shingles a "starter course" is necessary to be able to stagger the joints with the first course of shingles that you see, which go directly on top.
IKO Cambridge Shingles Installed
This roof has been fitted with IKO Cambridge Shingles. This system comes with a 25-year warranty.
Roofing Hips Covered with Shingles
Hips are covered with purpose made shingles that have the nail reinforcement strip and the sealant in the right place so that they can stand up to wind.
Klaus' Shingles are More Durable
Our shingles are heavier duty and longer-lasting at 220 lbs per 100 square feet, compared to 188 lbs and 196 lbs for the most commonly used shingles.