Repairs

Updated 12-2012   |  Comments (0)

Repairs come in all sizes. At times we refinish hardwood floors, other times we ripp out a leaking shower and rebuild it, replace structural beams or repair the damage caused by a fallen tree. No matter the size or the cause we have the expience to make all of your repairs.

 

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The second floor porch had been leaking for years. It rotted out the support beams and all of the trim. We replaced the deck above and installed a double membrane water barrier and proper flashing.

 

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An Oak tree took this roof out. We replaced all of the damaged trusses and roof sheathing, then the roof shingles. As you might imagine, there was extensive interior damage to repair as well. When the job was completed it looked better than new!

 

 

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We actually see this alot. You suspect your shower pan is leaking and we rip out the tile and find that it has in fact been leaking for ten years or more. Older homes used a lead shower pan. They work well right up to the time they don't!!! When they start leaking they do alot of damage quickly. There is a simple test to see if your shower pan is leaking. Stop up the drain and fill the shower base up with water. If the water dissapears, you have a leak. Fix it soon!

 

 

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We se things like this more often than you would think. We got called out to why this skylight kept leaking. Yes, it was placed right in the middle of a valley. We removed the skylight and patched the hole and installed new shingles. No skylight, no leak. A properly installed skylight should not leak, however, you can not put them in the middle of a valley.

 

 

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This was a roof leak that got ignored. Not a very good idea. New roof, rew decking and a few new joist and they were back in business.

 

 

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These floors were beginning to buckle. We replaced the once that didn't want to co-operate with the refinishing process and they turned out beautiful!!!

 

 

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Here a window leak that went undetected ended up damaging the band, sole plate, wall framing and flooring. It is easily repaired but it would have been even easier if it had been prevented.

 

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