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Mar

Installing GAF Ice & Water Shield, Underlayments & Roof Shingles

Installing GAF Ice & Water Shield, Underlayments & Roof Shingles Learn how ice & water shield, Tiger Paw Underlayment and GAF roof shingles are installed in this Today's Home Remodeler episode with host Stuart Keith and Andy Lindus from Lindus Construction. You'll also see how unique areas such as valleys, hips and roof penetrations are installed by the Lindus roofing crew. http://www.Remodelertv.com {semanticVideo}

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10
Feb

How To: Installing GAF Cobra® Ridge Vents and Attic Ventilation

How To: Installing GAF Cobra® Ridge Vents and Attic Ventilation GAF- Mastering The Roof (chapter 15) 90% of homes in North America are inadequately ventilated. Attics need effective ventilation to keep homes cool. All manufacturers require attic ventilation. Intake and ridge vents working together are best. Refer to printed literature for exact specifications. It’s important to understand that a properly ventilated roof relies on a system of products such as…

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30
Jan

How To: Install GAF Camelot Roofing Shingles

How To: Install GAF Camelot Roofing Shingles GAF- Mastering The Roof (chapter 10) This video demonstrates the proper installation technique for Camelot® Shingles. In the past, property owners had very few choices in shingles. Now consumers can choose from a wide range of shingles that will make their house stand out with a fantastic appearance. That right choice can often increase the home's resale value. New designer shingles are larger and…

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20
Dec

How To: Installing GAF Weather Watch and StormGuard Roof Leak Barrier

How To: Installing GAF Weather Watch and StormGuard Roof Leak Barrier The purpose of a good roof system is to keep the roof deck dry. If the deck gets wet, it can cause blistering in the overlying roofing. It can also cause problems inside the house like wet insulation or stains on walls and ceilings. The moisture can also cause degradation of the deck itself, like delamination or rot. You…

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