Maggio was called because of consistent leaking due to the state of the roof. Upon inspection, our project consultant found that the roof was very old and patching it wouldn't be a viable long term repair option. We replaced the whole roof using our FiberTite system and we had to replace some damaged wood around the chimney and at the bottom of the roof as well. We installed colonial red metal flashings to preserve the historical look of the building and tie the functional and aesthetic together.
This DC row house had a great deal of wood damage due to moisture. The wood was rotting beneath the coating, as well as around the turret. We were called out to give the roof a full inspection to write up an estimate We replaced the wood and insulation, and installed a custom FiberTite roof.
Customer called Maggio due to leaks on her front mansard. Unfortunately, the building gutter was rotted and needed to be replaced. Since she had a cathedral ceiling on the turret the ceiling was removed to access the work area to avoid the staging of scaffolding. We replaced the old tin built-in gutter with 16oz. copper and replaced the old roof slate roof with LandMark Shingles.
The roof was suffering from several, including one which was in the entry way, another on the edge of the roof where the old membrane was separated from the metal flash, and around two skylights. Maggio removed the sealant on the front entry ways and installed pitch pockets for a better seal. We also re-flashed all the edges and re-flashed the skylights.
The mansard on this Washington row home was causing some leakage due to rotting wood and an improper seal, so we came out for an inspection and estimate. We stripped the coating off the back, replaced some of the damaged beams, and installed some asphalt shingles to keep the roof leak-free for years. We also installed a built-in copper gutter and installed some additional ventilation.