The Klaus Roofing Systems team expertly installed premium-quality architectural shingles in Shadow Brown on this homeowner’s roof, completely transforming the property and boosting the value of this home.
First, the team made sure the existing roof decking was still intact. After that, the plywood decking seams are taped with SealoronXT Deck Tape. To protect the home against cold weather, roof leaks, and other extreme weather conditions, the team installed the self-sealing SealoronXT Ice & Water Barrier.
Next, the team laid down the VeloraONE Roof Underlayment, a high-performance synthetic roof underlayment for an extra layer of protection against inclement weather conditions. Finally, the Shadow Brown shingles were installed using six nails per shingle.
When installing a new roof, one must consider the entire roofing system, not just the shingles. The Klaus Roofing Systems team seamlessly installed Shadow Brown shingles and new lead chimney flashing on this homeowner’s roof.
The Klaus Roofing Systems roof replacement process is thorough, beginning with inspecting the existing roof decking. After that, the crew used SealoronXT Deck Tape for all plywood decking seams. Next, the SealoronXT Ice & Water Barrier was installed to protect this homeowner’s property against freezing temperatures, roof leaks, and other poor weather conditions. The roofers then installed the VeloraONE Roof Underlayment, which provides additional protection against inclement weather. It’s durable and slip-resistant so that the roof won’t be vulnerable to wind gusts and heavy rains. Finally, the roof shingles were installed using six nails per shingle. Unlike the competition, Klaus Roofing Systems uses top-notch nails that act as a nail and a screw to stabilize shingles during high winds.
With missing shingles and discoloration, this customer’s roof had seen better days. The Klaus Roofing Systems contractors were happy to upgrade them with a good-looking, expertly installed roof. Featuring premium-quality architectural shingles in Brownstone, their new roofing shingles completely transformed their home, boosting its curb appeal and value.
This roof replacement began with inspecting the existing roof decking, then taping all the plywood decking seams. Next, the roofers installed the self-sealing SealoronXT Ice & Water Barrier, made of rubberized asphalt, to protect the home from leaks, freezing temps, and severe weather conditions. Once installed, a high-performance synthetic roof underlayment is laid, adding another layer of protection against heavy rains and wind gusts. Lastly, the architectural asphalt shingles are installed using six nails per shingle to withstand high winds.
There’s more to an effective roofing system than shingles. While shingles are a crucial part of your roofing system, you must consider the roof decking, underlayment, protective barriers, and beyond.
Before upgrading this homeowner’s existing roof, the Klaus Roofing System roofers ensured the roof decking was intact. Once all the plywood decking seams were taped, the self-sealing SealoronXT Ice & Water Barrier was installed to protect the home from moisture intrusion and water damage. Next, another layer of protection against severe weather, heavy rain, and high winds was added with the ultra-durable, high-performance VeloraONE Roof Underlayment.
With the protective layers secured, the shingles were installed. Unlike our competitors, Klaus Roofing Systems uses six nails instead of four to secure each shingle. The number and quality of our nails ensure the shingles will hold up against strong gusts of wind and severe weather conditions.
This homeowner decided it was time to say goodbye to their old, stained roofing, and the Klaus Roofing Systems roofer was happy to help! Our team expertly installed a brand-new roofing system featuring premium architectural shingles in the color Frostone Grey. The new roofing completely transformed the look of their home while increasing its curb appeal and value.
This roof replacement project started by inspecting the roof decking to ensure it was intact. From there, the roofers taped the deck seams and installed a self-sealing, waterproof barrier made of rubberized asphalt to protect the home from leaks and water damage. Next, the high-performance VeloraONE Roof Underlayment was added to protect against severe weather and high winds. Finally, the new shingles were installed, securing each with six nails to ensure they stayed intact even in the windiest conditions.