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Old 04-13-2012, 08:22 AM   #21
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I have A client who I am doing an addition for, her current roof material is Interlock.
I got a price from interlock for $7550, another roofing contractor who called Interlock for material pricing said he'd do it for $4000 but they wouldn't sell more than 5 squares????
In contacting the sales rep I was told they will not sell me more than 2 squares????

There is too many roofing manufactures out there to put up with a company that won't sell you their product so they can charge twice as much.
Ridiculous, dump them...I don't understand why anybody would put with such a company when there are so many competitors out there.
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Old 04-16-2012, 08:21 AM   #22
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Re: Interlock Roofing?


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I have A client who I am doing an addition for, her current roof material is Interlock.
I got a price from interlock for $7550, another roofing contractor who called Interlock for material pricing said he'd do it for $4000 but they wouldn't sell more than 5 squares????
In contacting the sales rep I was told they will not sell me more than 2 squares????

There is too many roofing manufactures out there to put up with a company that won't sell you their product so they can charge twice as much.
You may want to contact this company: http://www.aluminumshingle.com/. Their product is very similar to the Interlock in appearance (wood-grain finish), and they will sell at a reasonable price. Jake Stapp is the owner, and he's a good guy to talk to. Discuss your needs with him and see if he can help.
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I have located a leak on the hip of a house and around several of the vents/boots. Can anyone tell me where to get the tool to remove Interlock alum. shingles?

They were actually installed under a mfg called FinAll, that I believe is down to just answering claims against their failing roofs. Does anyone know if Interlock and FinAll are the same product or work the same way?

I just want to repair and install some boots.

Thanks! Chris (seattle, wa)
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The only way I know is to remove every panel from the ridge down to where you need to change the boot. They are easy to remove top down.
You could try a sideswiper tool to pop the locks, but you will damage them and regret it.

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