We all have a “To Do” list of things that need to be done for maintenance or repairs around our home. Finding the time to do them is a challenge. Check Total Home is here to help. Let us bring our expertise to you. The list can be short or long, simple or in-depth. Even the small stuff is important and deserves attention. A lot of what we do starts with a list of small list. We will take on the small tasks with as much enthusiasm as we would the bigger projects. It all needs to be done.
I keep a “To Do” list on my phone and add things to it as I think of them. You can have a Check Total Home list on your phone and then send it to us when you are ready to get things “Checked” off.
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This is a complete re-roof of a house in Carrollton. The process involves the removal of the old roof down to the wood deck. Deck repairs are made as required. New felt is installed over the entire roof area. New 40 year architectural shingles are installed. We used CertainTeed Landmark shingles in a Weathered Wood color for this project.
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We added this sunroom between the main house and the pool. All of the windows gave this room an open feeling. The room addition is warm and comfortable.
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Shingles are one of the best types of roofing for a home. Architectural shingles are well made and hold up well to the elements. We always remove the old roof so that we can inspect the deck(See Roof Deck). There are many choices in color available. The ones in the pictures here are a blend with some brown, tan, green, light blues and yellows. Continue reading “Shingle roof”
Shingle roofs are generally installed over plywood decking. Most residential roof decks are 1/2″ plywood or Oriented Strand Board(OSB). Both types are acceptable for standard roofing applications in a non-coastal area. The picture here shows an OSB deck where the old shingles have been removed. When re-roofing a house it is important to make sure that the decking is clean and without damage.
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