Nice, what kind of shingles?
Wow, you guys are merciless. I guess us newbies need to be careful
No he did it. Erik, you have no tact man. haha,is that the Bridger canyon remo you did with duane or did you do that with nate. I wish I got to side that one.
I cant believe you didnt post one of my jobs, last time I sub to you...........
I said that about a week ago and it was erased. I wonder if the Engineer or builder is here....How did you flash around that chimney in the valley? I can't believe architects are that stupid. We've ran into a few of those...difficult to fix!
LOL we are working a gutter job on a train station. The Metra rail road safety monitor and myself were chit chatting and he was explaining how the gutters have beena problem since day one. Installed wrong and bad design for the building I explained. The gutter flashing is a funky concept of a two part drip edge on a standard low profile drip edge then another drip edge over it. The Metra safety monitor and myself concured that the architects often design stuff for no other reason than to justify their inflated ego's and invoices. Things need not be so complicated to work, and in this case didn't work due to their complexity.Funny how that works though. Because it looks good from the ground, it is a job well done, period. The rest of the people on the planet judge a roof on it's appearance, while the roofers tend to judge it on it's technical merits. Unfortunately the roofer tends to lose out :laughing:. There are exceptions of course, but you generally don't find them in, especially inthe urban setting.
It's funny how leaks are almost more acceptable than a bad cut line in a valley, crappy metal detail work or scuff marks on shingles. Aesthetics are everything.
With most modern architecture I am always surprised to see a simple design without stuff like chimneys in the valley anymore.
I do not believe the purpose of an architect is to design buildings that 'work'.
Nice lookin roof :thumbsup: