Shake Re-Roofing

The before pictures in this gallery show curled and cupped shakes and exposed felt underlayment.  This roof system had outlived its useful life and was in need of replacement.  We replaced the existing roof with Class B fire retardant shake which is up to code with newer standards.  Older cedar shakes were not required to be fire rated, so this new roof gave the homeowner better peace of mind as well as a more aesthetic appeal.




2 Responses to Shake Re-Roofing

  • This is some really good information about roofing. It is good to know that it would be smart to check if your shingles are fire retardant. That is good to know if you should think about getting fire safe roofing materials.

  • This is some really good picture of what re-roofing your home looks like. It is also good to know that you might need to get fireproof shake roofing. That does seem like a good thing to do if you want to keep your home safe from fires.

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bill hamilton roofing, inc.
230 Harrison Avenue
Campbell, CA 95008
Office: 408.379.1303
Fax: 408.379.1306
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