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Telephone

570-459-1258

Estimator/Project Mgr E-mail

brianhutch18201@yahoo.com

 

Address

150 Oakmont Drive

Hazleton PA 18202

Family owned and operated by David and Teresa Hutchison.

Home Remodels, General Contractor Services, Roofing Contractor - Based in Hazelton - Serving Freeland, Tamaqua, and Surrounding Areas


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Flat Slope & Low Sloped Roofing

Our commercial roofing contractors install 3 types of flat roofing systems:  EPDM, TPO and PVC

 

We offer all 3 systems by 3 leading manufacturers:

 

Versico.com

Genflex.com

Johns Manville or jm.com

 

We can offer warranty options ranging from a material only warranty on up to a 30-year No Dollar Limit Labor & Material warranty in which the manufacturer inspects the roof system for warranty compliance. 

 

 

Do you want a sample of these membranes? Use our contact page to request one today. 

 

Tapered Insulation Design:

 

Does your flat roof have areas of ponding water or poor drainage? We can design a tapered insulation system to pitch your flat roof to a drain, gutter or thru-wall scupper and add valuable R-value in the process.

High Traffic Area on your flat roof?

 

There are a few ways we can protect your roof from punctures or damage due to a lot of foot traffic on the roof area ie: maintenance for your HVAC system or maybe your roof is used as deck or outdoor patio.  Whatever the situation, we have a solution.

Reinforced Membranes, walkway pads or eve cover the entire roof area with interlocking rubber pavers for a pleasing aesthetic look.

Do you have an old or aging low slope metal roof? 

 

Our expert commercial roofing contractors do low sloped roofing replacement! Consider using a metal retrofit system. Simply fill in the depressed areas of your existing metal roof with a lightweight EPS  (extruded polystyrene) think Styrofoam cups., And overlay with Rigid insulation and the membrane of your choice. Metal Retrofit Roof Link 

5 Signs Your Roof Needs a Replacement

 

  1. Your roof is getting old - Typically, an average roof lifespan is 20-25 years. Note that if your roof was not replaced completely, and it is more than 20 years old, odds are it is time for a new one.

  2. Misshapen or missing shingles - If your shingles are buckling, curling or missing this is a sign they have reached the end of their lifespan. This is especially significant in roof valley areas.

  3. Shingle pieces/granules found in gutters - If you are finding pieces of your shingle wearing away into your gutter or an inconsistent color across your roof, it may be time for a new roof.

  4. Check your attic - If you can see right through your attic ceiling to daylight, or if your insulation is holding moisture, it is time for a roof replacement.

  5. Roof Cement or tar around your chimney - If your chimney is flashed with these materials, you are at risk; this should be replaced with a long-term solution such as a metal flashing system.