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ROOF TYPE: Composition shingle roof (main roof of house), rear patio with built-up roofing.

WE HEREBY SUBMIT SPECIFICATIONS AND ESTIMATES FOR:

MAIN COMPOSITION SHINGLE ROOF:

Removal of all existing roofing and flashing membranes to the plywood deck surface.

  • Replacement of any damaged or deteriorated plywood decking at an additional cost of $40 per four foot by eight foot sheet of plywood needed. Decking will be replaced in whole sheets only in accordance with recommendations by both the National Roofing Contractors Association (NRCA) and the American Plywood Association (APA). New decking shall be APA rated for structural use. Deck fastening will meet or exceed local building code requirements and H-clips will be used between all rafters.
  • Replacement of following flashing materials: step flashings, collars, pipe jacks, perimeter drip edge material and all skylight flashing material. All materials to meet or exceed manufacturer’s requirements and to be installed hidden nail fashion so that no shiners are present.
  • Cricketed saddle to be shop-fabricated from 22 gauge pre-painted steel and installed on the upslope side of the chimney.
  • A new apron flashings, saddle flashing, and new step flashings shall be installed on the skylights. All metal to be 24 gauge G90 galvanized steel.
  • One row of ice and water protection membrane shall be installed in all valleys and around the chimney.
  • One row of ice and water protection membrane shall be installed along all eaves and shall extend past the interior wall line a minimum of 24 inches to provide protection against damage from ice dams.
  • Installation of one layer of MANUFACTURER NAME #15 asphalt saturated roofing underlayment on deck surface not covered with ice and water protection material. Felt will be fastened using 1 inch plastic-capped nails with a 1 inch diameter head. Fasteners shall be at 12 inch centers along the side and end laps and at 24 inch centers in two staggered rows in the center of the roll. Each center row will be approximately 12 inches from the side of the sheet.
  • Installation of new MANUFACTURER NAME 30 year, laminated, architectural-style algae-resistant shingles. Shingles will be installed in strict accordance with the manufacturer’s specifications and shall be fastened using four nails per shingle.
  • Paint all vent flashings, roof penetrations, chimney flashings and drip edge. Drip edge shall match fascia color. Color of roof penetrations and flashings to be chosen by owner.
  • Installation of a shingle-over ridge vent with a Net Free Vent Area of 18 square inches per lineal foot. Homeowner currently has a vented soffit underneath the eaves. Vent in this area is continuous and will provide maximum intake ventilation for the full attic ventilation system.
  • Installation of manufacturer’s pre-made hip and ridge material. Hip and ridge rows will be run straight and shall be installed according to manufacturer’s instructions.
  • PORCH ROOF:

    1. Removal of all existing roofing and flashing membranes to the plywood deck surface.

    2. Replacement of any damaged or deteriorated plywood decking at an additional cost of $40 per four foot by eight foot sheet of plywood needed. Decking will be replaced in whole sheets only in accordance with recommendations by both the National Roofing Contractors Association (NRCA) and the American Plywood Association (APA). New decking shall be APA rated for structural use. Deck fastening will meet or exceed local building code requirements and H-clips will be used between all rafters.
    3. Replacement of following flashing materials: perimeter gravel stop material. No other flashings present. New gravel stop shall have a 2 inch face with a hemmed drip edge. New
    4. Installation of one layer of 28 pound base sheet. Base sheet shall be nailed in accordance with #8 above.
    5. Installation of three plies ofMANUFACTURER NAME Type IV fiber glass felt. Plies shall be installed shingle fashion and adhered with Type 4 or 3, or 2, or 1 asphalt bitumen at an approximate rate of 25 pounds of asphalt per 100 square feet. All work to be done in accordance with manufacturer’s specifications.
    6. Installation of one layer of a MANUFACTURER NAME polyester reinforced, SBS modified cap sheet with white granule surface. Modified material shall be installed in strict accordance with manufacturers specifications. All asphalt bleed-out shall be covered with loose granules to match cap sheet.
    7. All roofing shall be run 3 feet up onto the steep sloped roof deck. Shingles shall come down and cover 2 feet of the hybrid roof for a 2 foot tie in. Hybrid roofs are a combination of regular built-up materials such as the Type IV glass felts and modified materials such as the SBS cap sheet.

    GUTTER:

    1. Removal of all existing gutter.
    2. Replace any damage fascia at a cost of $50 for the first 10 linear feet and an additional cost of $3.50 per lineal foot thereafter. New fascia shall be painted to match the existing.
    3. Install new .032 inch pre-painted aluminum, 5 inch fascia gutter. Gutter shall be secured using straps every 24 inches on center — no nails and furrels. Existing downspouts to be reused.

    All grounds to be cleaned up on a daily basis. All bushes, shrubs, and flowers to be protected. Homeowner is asked to supply electrical power if needed.

    Exclusions. Painting, driveway/sidewalk damage, other items may also be listed here. Read carefully.

    ROOF TYPE: Composition shingle roof (main roof of house), rear patio with built-up roofing.

    WE HEREBY SUBMIT SPECIFICATIONS AND ESTIMATES FOR:

    MAIN COMPOSITION SHINGLE ROOF:

    Removal of all existing roofing and flashing membranes to the plywood deck surface.

  • Replacement of any damaged or deteriorated plywood decking at an additional cost of $40 per four foot by eight foot sheet of plywood needed. Decking will be replaced in whole sheets only in accordance with recommendations by both the National Roofing Contractors Association (NRCA) and the American Plywood Association (APA). New decking shall be APA rated for structural use. Deck fastening will meet or exceed local building code requirements and H-clips will be used between all rafters.
  • Replacement of following flashing materials: step flashings, collars, pipe jacks, perimeter drip edge material and all skylight flashing material. All materials to meet or exceed manufacturer’s requirements and to be installed hidden nail fashion so that no shiners are present.
  • Cricketed saddle to be shop-fabricated from 22 gauge pre-painted steel and installed on the upslope side of the chimney.
  • A new apron flashings, saddle flashing, and new step flashings shall be installed on the skylights. All metal to be 24 gauge G90 galvanized steel.
  • One row of ice and water protection membrane shall be installed in all valleys and around the chimney.
  • One row of ice and water protection membrane shall be installed along all eaves and shall extend past the interior wall line a minimum of 24 inches to provide protection against damage from ice dams.
  • Installation of one layer of MANUFACTURER NAME #15 asphalt saturated roofing underlayment on deck surface not covered with ice and water protection material. Felt will be fastened using 1 inch plastic-capped nails with a 1 inch diameter head. Fasteners shall be at 12 inch centers along the side and end laps and at 24 inch centers in two staggered rows in the center of the roll. Each center row will be approximately 12 inches from the side of the sheet.
  • Installation of new MANUFACTURER NAME 30 year, laminated, architectural-style algae-resistant shingles. Shingles will be installed in strict accordance with the manufacturer’s specifications and shall be fastened using four nails per shingle.
  • Paint all vent flashings, roof penetrations, chimney flashings and drip edge. Drip edge shall match fascia color. Color of roof penetrations and flashings to be chosen by owner.
  • Installation of a shingle-over ridge vent with a Net Free Vent Area of 18 square inches per lineal foot. Homeowner currently has a vented soffit underneath the eaves. Vent in this area is continuous and will provide maximum intake ventilation for the full attic ventilation system.
  • Installation of manufacturer’s pre-made hip and ridge material. Hip and ridge rows will be run straight and shall be installed according to manufacturer’s instructions.
  • PORCH ROOF:

    1. Removal of all existing roofing and flashing membranes to the plywood deck surface.

    2. Replacement of any damaged or deteriorated plywood decking at an additional cost of $40 per four foot by eight foot sheet of plywood needed. Decking will be replaced in whole sheets only in accordance with recommendations by both the National Roofing Contractors Association (NRCA) and the American Plywood Association (APA). New decking shall be APA rated for structural use. Deck fastening will meet or exceed local building code requirements and H-clips will be used between all rafters.
    3. Replacement of following flashing materials: perimeter gravel stop material. No other flashings present. New gravel stop shall have a 2 inch face with a hemmed drip edge. New
    4. Installation of one layer of 28 pound base sheet. Base sheet shall be nailed in accordance with #8 above.
    5. Installation of three plies ofMANUFACTURER NAME Type IV fiber glass felt. Plies shall be installed shingle fashion and adhered with Type 4 or 3, or 2, or 1 asphalt bitumen at an approximate rate of 25 pounds of asphalt per 100 square feet. All work to be done in accordance with manufacturer’s specifications.
    6. Installation of one layer of a MANUFACTURER NAME polyester reinforced, SBS modified cap sheet with white granule surface. Modified material shall be installed in strict accordance with manufacturers specifications. All asphalt bleed-out shall be covered with loose granules to match cap sheet.
    7. All roofing shall be run 3 feet up onto the steep sloped roof deck. Shingles shall come down and cover 2 feet of the hybrid roof for a 2 foot tie in. Hybrid roofs are a combination of regular built-up materials such as the Type IV glass felts and modified materials such as the SBS cap sheet.

    GUTTER:

    1. Removal of all existing gutter.
    2. Replace any damage fascia at a cost of $50 for the first 10 linear feet and an additional cost of $3.50 per lineal foot thereafter. New fascia shall be painted to match the existing.
    3. Install new .032 inch pre-painted aluminum, 5 inch fascia gutter. Gutter shall be secured using straps every 24 inches on center — no nails and furrels. Existing downspouts to be reused.

    All grounds to be cleaned up on a daily basis. All bushes, shrubs, and flowers to be protected. Homeowner is asked to supply electrical power if needed.

    Exclusions. Painting, driveway/sidewalk damage, other items may also be listed here. Read carefully.


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