We removed hail damaged vinyl siding and installed new LP Smartside siding on this home, garage and playhouse in the Wiley Creek Subdivision near Bozeman Montana. We removed the existing roofing and installed new architectural asphalt shingles. As you can see from the photographs, the sheathing showed water damage around the chimney. We installed new house wrap and with the new roof we properly installed flashing around the chimney. This will prevent any future water intrusion issues.
This fantastic old home in the historical district of Bozeman was in need of a new roof after it was damaged by hail. We removed the old asphalt roofing and installed new architectural asphalt roofing. We installed new galvanized hip and ridge metal as well as new finials to accent the classic lines of the roof.
We rebuilt this exterior staircase in Willow Creek to make it safe, sturdy and up to current building codes. Properly flashing the new landing at the ledger board connection to the building will prevent future water damage like the rotten siding and joists that we repaired. The second lower handrail was added to make it easier for small children to use the stairway.
This classic gambrel roof home in Bozeman Montana suffered damage in a severe hail storm and needed a new roof. We removed the existing cedar roofing on both the house and the detached garage, installed plywood sheathing over the board sheathing, applied ice and water shield and synthetic underlayment to meet roofing code and installed 50 year Malarkey Legacy shingles in weathered wood color.
After the hail storm in the late summer of 2010 Bozeman Montana and the surrounding areas suffered a massive amount of storm damage. The Spruce Meadow Community had to have all new roofing installed because of hail damage. We installed new roofing on 22 buildings (44 units) at Spruce Meadows. The shingles we installed are Malarkey Highlander-CS architectural asphalt shingles in weathered wood color.
This two story four-plex in Bozeman was one of two identical buildings that we installed roofing on in the spring of 2011. The shingles we installed are Timberline by GAF.
This four-plex roof was one of five multi-family buildings we re-roofed for the same owner in the spring of 2011. All of the buildings sustained damage from hail.
This two story four-plex is pictured when the roof was stocked and ready to insall new shingles. We installed Timberline 30 year architectural asphalt shingles in Barkwood color.
The T-lock shingles on this family farmhouse and outbuildings in Amsterdam were showing a lot of wear and the roofing was in need of replacement. We removed the old roofing, installed plywood sheathing and dry-in and tuf-rib metal from Bridger Steel in Belgrade.
We removed the cedar siding on this home in Bozeman because it had started to warp and twist. We installed Tyvek house wrap and new metal lap siding with metal corners and trim. We also installed new architectural asphalt roofing. The existing cedar fascia was freshened up with a new coat of dark brown paint. A bright blue paint was chosen by the owners to contrast the front entry door and garage door with the new red siding.