Guest User
7/10/2005
We are interested in re-roofing our home, but several difficulties have arisen. We have a 2:12 pitch, a 40 ft run with 3 metal chimneys, a 60 psi live load requirement. We live in the Sierras of No. Calif. Our driveway is fairly long and narrow, so if there is a metal roof that could do the job, we may have trouble getting a truck long enough to carry 40 ft. pieces close enough. We are not sure what options may be open to us, and our local roofing contractor seems uncertain as well. Ideas or suggestions? Thanks so much! Sharon
Allan Reid
Dura-Loc Roofing Systems, Inc.
7/11/2005
There are companies with portable rollformers but you would need to check that their profile will meet the requirements. I would check with some of our member manufacturers such as Custom-Bilt Metals and get their recommendations.
ELIZABETH Smth
5/24/2010
provided a very good answer. In addition I would look for a roofing contractor that has been in business for at least ten years. Many contractors only last a couple of years in business. If you have a warranty claim 5 years from now, it would be nice to be able to contact the contractor who did the original installation. roofing contractors
Eric Novotny
An informed customer is the Best Customer!
5/24/2010
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