The owner of this ranch style home knew he needed a professional because he could see that the ceiling was damp and starting to bulge. To start off we removed all of the existing materials and rebuilt the decking with CDX Plywood. The next step was to install ice & water and underlayment. They chose IKO Dynasty Shingles in the color Cornerstone, which is what was installed next. To keep proper ventilation we also cut out a new ridge vent, then installed chimney flashing to ensure a watertight seal. The owners of this Milwaukee, WI home can now relax, knowing that a leaky roof is something they won't need to worry about again.
This roof was 40 years old had leaking problems and shingles flying off! These homeowners hated how it looked and was worried about any further damage both internally and externally. We replaced the entire roof (in just one day!) using IKO Dynasty Shingles so they would never have to worry again.
This home had a ridge vent that was getting old and not working properly, causing bad ventilation. This may have been due to a low-quality product and was not a ridge vent Klaus Roofing by Buck Buckley would use or recommend. We replaced their low-quality ridge vent with a longer-lasting, higher-quality ridge vent recommending Owens Corning Venture.
This duplex in Milwaukee WI was in need of a new roof! We started by stripping two layers of asphalt shingle and one layer of cedar shake. After that, we replaced the decking and installed laminated IKO shingles. In the process, we removed three satellite dishes for the customer and added aluminum flashing to the chimney. Doing this makes the connection from the chimney to the roof watertight.
We replaced the main section of this home, cause the addition was done a couple of years ago. Take a look at what the roof looks like after our work! We used IKO GoldShield Ice and Water Protector on all drip edges, walls, chimneys, and valleys, repaired their chimney flashing, installed a drip edge (which attracts the rain droplets, snow, all types of precipitation into the eavestroughs, and away from the rest of the roof) and rake edges, and updated their ridge vents. A ridge vent is an important part of a home's roofing system! Installed at the peak of a sloped roof, the ridge vent allows damp, warm air to escape from the attic. A properly installed ridge vent increases energy efficiency and prolongs the life of your roof.