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|Posted on Thursday, September 09, 2021 - 04:23 am: ||
Thank you for these posts you may now protect your home with slate roof maintenance
Maintenance can be difficult to handle whether you rent commercial buildings or own your business facilities. Local commercial roofing providers are familiar with the most frequent issues in your area. This implies they are familiar with the materials and slope grades that are appropriate for your structure. They can also obtain the best materials for speedy repairs and patches.
Look for local Slate roofers who have a good reputation and require little oversight.
|Posted on Wednesday, February 04, 2004 - 10:05 pm: ||
From messages I have read on your board, i have seen the cost of a slate roof replacement stated as 10.00 up to $15.00 per square foot. Does that include the complete roof? Are the copper valleys, ridge caps, etc included in that price? What about chimney flashings, are they extra? Out of curiosity, why are there so many more slate roofers in Pennsylvania according to your lists?
|Posted on Thursday, February 05, 2004 - 01:32 am: ||
That price $15.00/per Sq.Ft.would cover Labor & Material for most Typical Slate Roofs Such as an 18"Length x 1/4 to 5/16"Thickness x Typical color,At least by our Pricing..I really do not know the answer to your second ? Jenkins is from Pa.,Maybe just this Web sites location? Or maybe we have more Slate roofers per capita??? Where are you located?.
|Posted on Tuesday, March 15, 2005 - 08:05 am: ||
I personally count down to the last nail. Seriously. Yes a price per square is a large portion of the price, but then I add for each accessory individually. How much ridge? How much valley flashing? How many chimney flashings? How many plumbing pipe flashings?
IMO this is the ONLY way to give a fair price to each and every customer based on THEIR project and not the laws of averages.