Osprey Bay Building & Development

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· Highland

Despite Gary Hutchinson abandoning us after the sale was completed and him not having kept his promises, the friendliness and professionalism of the installation crew made it all worth it. They did a great job and we are very happy with the results.

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· Oakton

I was very impressed with the professional and helpful service received. Job was moved up to work with my schedule and finished on time. Workmanship is top quality and the job site left immaculate. Thank you Shiner Roofing!

Thomas K.

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· Dundalk

roof pro was great they were on time and completed the job quickly and left my house the way they found it

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· Centreville

From the start to finish I was impressed with everyone from Jason the salesman, Victoria the contact person, Justin Wilson was very helpful in the final measurements, to picking the outstanding installation crew, they did a wonderful job, to returning to see if I was pleased with the completed job.

What is the best solution concerning water damage from roof to basement on a two story house?
Oct 16, 2017
Are you asking how to repair or solve the problem?  Always need to look at flashing gutters and downs and roof penetrations to locate the leak.
is it ok to put up foam board sheeting on the exterior of the house with 1 inch capped nails
Aug 15, 2014
In a word...yes. As Katie mentioned, you need an appropriate length fastener and a cap nail is ideal. What you haven't mentioned is what the wall depth is as well as climate.  If you have 2x6 walls, 1 ... read more

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