4:19 PM 01/16/2013
The roof is flat, but slightly sloped. The inspection report did say there are issues with the roof so we're not completely blindsighted. It's been a few months and now it is leaking a little bit. Nobody currently lives on that floor because we just bought the house & we are living in the lower floor.
Need ROOFER or ROOF Repair Company recommendations.
Nick at Leakmasters is great.
5:05 PM 01/16/2013 | 0 Votes
Tri-state -- ask for Sean 347-362-6266
5:34 PM 01/16/2013 | -1 Votes
I second Nick @ Leakmasters. We used him last year and were very pleased.
7:23 PM 01/16/2013 | 0 Votes
Get a few estimates. I use, and recommend, Tribeca Roofing: (718) 439-6333
10:14 AM 01/17/2013 | 0 Votes
We were pleased with the work of Mike at Roofmasters.
12:30 PM 01/17/2013 | 0 Votes
We, too, have been very pleased with Mike at Roofmasters. Good work, responds to emergencies, fair price, good guys working for him, and he's a stand-up guy. Tell him the folks in the carriage house highly recommended him.
9:16 PM 01/17/2013 | 0 Votes
another question on this thread - what would be a ballpark cost to completely replace a flattish roof on a 17X50' bstone? ours is just about at that point and I don't think it can handle another layer of tar - I think we'll have to rip it all up and start fresh - never done this before so I have zero idea what would be reasonable...any advice? thanks!!
9:57 AM 01/18/2013 | 0 Votes
OP 1 & 2. I was up on a roof with clients this past week. They asked about a whole roof tear off. I told them I did not think they needed that. Independently, so did my roofer and some other roofer they reached out to. I first hired my leakmaster to tackle some leaks on and old roof. He charged me $500.00.
On the flipside, on a gut reno, we charged a considerable sum ($16K) for the new roof as specified in architectural drawings.
8:02 AM 01/19/2013 | 0 Votes