Saturday, March 12, 2011

Spring is here, time for a new deck?

Now is a good time to add an area to enjoy the good weather that is on the way. Family get togethers,parties,or just a place to grill and chill. Free estimates. Give me a call J. D. 501-281-3725 or

Sunday, February 6, 2011

Special on 16x80 Mobile Home Metal Roof Installation

Special on new steel-metal roof over pre-existing metal or composite roof. Requirements are for 16 x 80 or comperable size building. Roof pitch to be no greater than 7/12. And the structure must be located in central arkansas. 16x 80 Mobile Home Re-roof $2750.00. Any additional repairs will be extra. I can be contacted directly @ 501-281-3725 or via Email at God bless!!!!!!!!

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Saturday, March 27, 2010

Now is the time!

If you need a new roof on your mobile home now is the perfect time for a porch addition. You can view my latest porch addition on my site. Click on the title above then click on roofing gallery.

Thursday, March 25, 2010

This may catch on!

This home is covered in metal panels with aluminum soffit and facia. These make in my opinion a beautiful and maintenance free home! To get a closer look at these pics just click on the title above.


Saturday, March 20, 2010

Metal Roofing How To

Click on the link above to watch a short video on how to make straight fastener rows on your metal roof.


Friday, March 5, 2010

Metal Roofing is Becoming The Next Big Thing Again

Apart from being easy on the eyes and being the longest lasting roof system on the market today there are many appealing characteristics of today's metal roofing. This fella says it pretty well.

By David Zuckerman

Over the last several years, metal roofs have grown increasingly popular with consumers. The Metal Roofing Alliance (MRA), a nonprofit association of metal manufacturers and contractors, estimates metal's share of the roofing market at around 8%, with a projected 1% annual growth.

In the past, sales of metal roofs for single-family homes were concentrated in regions where specific conditions demand a utilitarian approach to building. Metal roofs are fire resistant, hold up well in storms and against hail, and shed snow easily; the southeastern hurricane coast, western wildfire zones, and snow-heavy areas in the west and northeast have historically seen the majority of metal sales. Now, however, thanks in part to a public relations blitz by the MRA and the growth of mainstream demand for green products, metal roof sales are expanding nationwide.

Contractors have taken up the banner, too.

Sunday, February 14, 2010

How To Stop a Chimney/Chase Leak!

By: Jonathan Spradlin

Many homes built in Arkansas during the 70's and 80's have a substantial problem with water seeping in around the chimney area, which in turn causes substantial damage to the roofing system. Through my experience I have learned that the flashing isn't necessarily at fault. many homes built during this time period were not subject to any type of building code. Therefore there was one piece missing! The saddle or cricket as it is called here diverts water from behind the chimney/chase. If you are experiencing a failure around your chimney area a quick inspection will pinpoint the culprit. If your chimney doesn't have one it is fairly inexpensive to have one constructed and the chimney re-flashed. Thinking of doing some work on your roof subscribe to our feed.

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