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FEATURED PROJECT OF THE MONTH L.J. Roofing of Lynwood, California saves homeowner $1,000s with re-roof alternative in “Old Town” Pasadena! SureCoat over walking/roof deck and stairs in Autumn Brick and Country White. SureCoat is available in 30 energy-efficient colors! This beautiful home located on a hillside in Old Town Pasadena, was experiencing leaks into the living room area thought to be coming from the roof. Of course right? If leaks are coming through the ceiling,
Michael Angelo Construction is Awarded the July 2011 Project of the Month for their re-roof alternative project in Hollywood, California! Michael Angelo Construction selected a SureCoat Roof System™ to solve the roof leak issues of a prestigious Art Studio located in the heart ofLos Angeles. Michael Gagliardi, owner of Michael Angelo Construction, was proud to offer the studio owner a renewable 10 year warranty without exclusions for ponding water. With hundreds of thousands of dollars
F.A.Q. This question came up when a state building roof was put out for bid: Q. Will building management consider the longer lasting PVC as used on the State Capitol as a possible alternative? A. This PVC product has been used on other state-owned buildings, the product has deteriorated before the warranty period manufacturer will provide roofing material but BPM will still incur the cost of removal and installation.  Get to Know the Truth About
Better Home Exteriors in Costa Mesa, California, is Awarded the June 2011 Project of the Month for the “Hwang” home of Laguna Niguel! StrucSureCoat™ Installed by: Better Home Exteriors Better Home Exteriors chose a SureCoat Wall System (StrucSureCoat™) as the best possible product for use on Jeff & Margaret Hwang’s home in Laguna Niguel, CA. As Bill Calhoun, President of Better Home Exteriors, states “StrucSureCoat is what I like to call a Real Product with
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May’s project of the month is awarded for the El Dorado School District’s SureCoat roof project! Roofing Consultant: DC Consulting General Contractor: Carter Kelly Construction Subcontractor: D7 Construction Best use of Bond Money! DC Consulting and El Dorado School District choose a SureCoat Roof System to provide cool roofs with a renewable warranty over their 14 metal buildings located at Oak Ridge High School. The SureCoat Roof System was installed in their own chosen color
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Why re-roof when you can just recondition your roof to "Better than New" condition? APRIL’S PROJECT OF THE MONTH IS AWARDED TO ALDEN MANAGEMENT FOR LANTERN BAY VILLAGE SureCoat Roof System installed by: JEMSTAR CONSTRUCTION  April’s Project of the Month is awarded to JEMSTAR and Alden Management for reconditioning and upgrading the flat roof, A/C plenums and ducting atLanternBayShopping Center.   The two companies teamed up to renovate the leaking built-up roof system and mechanical equipment, ducting and penetrations.Lantern BayVillage is
February’s Project of the Month is Awarded to JemStar Construction & JD Properties for the Star Dust Apartments SureCoat Roof System installed by: JEMSTAR CONSTRUCTION This was the condition of the foam roof on The Stardust Apartments prior to the application of the SureCoat Roof System.   This was the condition of the foam roof on The Stardust Apartments prior to the application of the SureCoat Roof System. You wouldn’t know by looking at it now, but
YES, You can get a tax deduction for roof maintenance! Energy Tax Deduction vs.  Maint. Tax Deduction   We have become aware of a recent increase in questions about Federal Energy Tax Deductions and Roof Maintenance Tax Deductions. There has been misunderstanding, leading some property owners to believe they are entitled to a tax credit for a new roof. This is not the case. It is important to completely understand the benefits and differences between
Reconditioning and strengthening existing building materials reduces the waste sent to landfills. PVC is often referred to as the “poisonous plastic”. PVC is toxic from manufacturing to disposal and it is made of approximately 30% chlorine. PVC discarded in landfills releases dioxins into the water table. Dioxins are known cancer causing chemicals. Asbestos is also a cancer causing carcinogenic, used in various products of the past for insulation from heat, including roof materials. The danger