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Multi Family Roofing

46 Building shingle re-roof for townhome association – Westmont

After the bidding phase, we were awarded the 46 building Townhome Association in Westmont. We are currently contracted to complete the exterior restoration to the fascia/soffit, gutters, roofing system, and upgrade the attic insulation to an R49 value. The project commenced work in the year 2015 and we are currently on our last phase in 2019. The Association is provided with a GAF weather Stopper limited warranty through the manufacturer and a 10 year labor guarantee through our company, M&T Exteriors, Inc.


Shingle re-roof for retirement/assisted living community building – Naperville

The Association had originally requested bids for several repairs based on an Engineering report back in 2016. After gathering the bids, the Association had then made the ultimate decision to obtain bids for the re-roof of their Community Building. The price was right and we were awarded the roof restoration project. The roofing system that was ultimately chosen was Atlas Pinnacle Pristine Shingles with Scotchgard Protection. The Association had previous problems with their GAF Timberline HD shingles staining over time. We at M&T Exteriors, Inc. had suggested that they elect the Atlas shingles to help better protect against staining on the shingles over time. During the course of the project, many sheets of plywood roof sheathing were replaced as a result of many previously reported roof leaks. We had also re-pitched several gutters, added various downspouts, re-sealed roof-to-wall intersections, and sealed the attic floor the best possible to help prevent conditioned air from entering the attic.


Shingle re-roof for retirement/assisted living resident building – Naperville

After the Association had completed the roofing for the Community Building in 2016, they had elected to complete the two additional residence buildings (Cottonwood Court/Birch Terrace and Maple Crossing) in 2018 and 2019. The roofing system that was ultimately chosen was Atlas Pinnacle Pristine Shingles with Scotchgard Protection to match the Community Building’s roofing materials. The project took approximately 3 months to complete; 2 months in 2018 and 1 month in 2019. The Association was very pleased with the end result and the timely manner that the work was completed in.


30,000 square foot shingle re-roof for condominium association – Westmont

We initially met with the Board President on the replacement of their roofing system. We had submitted our bid with GAF Timberline HD shingles and a GAF Liberty SBS low sloped roofing system at the flat roofing sections. We had completed the project on time and within budget. The Association, Board of Directors, and Management team were very pleased with the end results.


Shingle re-roof for condominium association – Schaumburg

Tommy Pinkard had an initial consultation with the Board of Directors and Owner’s Representative regarding the replacement of their existing roofing system. The Association did not like the idea of one shingle manufacture so they elected to install 2 different shingle manufacturers (Owens Corning Tru-Definition Duration and GAF Timberline HD Shingles) and various colors throughout. This roofing project will be phased out with the completion of 4-5 buildings a year over the next couple of years until all buildings throughout the Association are completed.


26 building shingle re-roof for townhome association – Aurora

This project was referred to us by another property management firm we consistently provide services for. This Townhome Association wasn’t too pleased with the current service work so they ventured out for a bid from our firm, M&T Exteriors, Inc. After submitting our bid for the roofing work, they approved very quickly. Our numbers were honest and fair and they wanted to complete the project as quickly as possible. We started the re-roofing project in the year 2018 and are on our second phase in 2019. The Association had elected to complete this work with Owens Corning Tru-Definition Duration Shingles in which we originally recommended.