banner

Roofing Installation Worcester MA

Looking for Roofing Installation in Worcester? We have compiled a list of businesses and services around Worcester that should help you with your search. We hope this page helps you find Roofing Installation in Worcester.

Giancarlo Zambrano Contracting
(508) 769-4351
11B Coldspring Dr
Sutton, MA

Data Provided By:
Recon Roofing & Gutter Svc
(617) 924-1133
59 Eastern Ave
Worcester, MA

Data Provided By:
gualpa contracting
(508) 413-0111
milford m,a
worcester, MA
Services
siding & roofing
Hours
7 am 4pm
Membership Organizations
gualpa contracting

DMQ Construction
(508) 333-1455
-
Shrewsbury, MA
 
Cabe Contracting Inc
(508) 829-0181
75 Winfield Road
Holden, MA

Data Provided By:
Giant Building Services
(978) 334-6473
63 State St
Marlborough, MA

Data Provided By:
Rely Roofing Siding & Paving
(508) 753-9932
852 Millbury St
Worcester, MA

Data Provided By:
Quality Acoustics Inc
(508) 842-0271
19 Saunders Drive
Shrewsbury, MA

Data Provided By:
John the Roofer Company
(508) 865-7444
4 Bella Rosa Drive
Millbury, MA
Services
Roof Repairs, Roofing Contractors, Roofing Services, Roofers, Roofs

Weathersure, Inc
193 West Boylston Street
West Boylston, MA

Data Provided By:
Data Provided By:

HandymanWire - Roofing Installation Questions and Answers



Roofing Paper

Roofing Paper or Not?

I need to stip my roof,do I use felt paper or just shingles on 1x6 boards. I heard that felt paper holds moisture in so shingles can't breath, and shortens the life on shingles.

Do you mean cedar shingles? With regular roofing shingles, asphalt and fiberglass, roofing paper is still widely used and recommended. (I have heard a few argue against it though)

For Cedar shingles you are right.. no roofing paper, let them breath.

Valleys

Valleys 

I need to re-shingle the roof on a home I just purchased. I am familiar with the basics of the job, but I'm not sure how to tie the main roof shingles into a dormer roof. Could you please offer me some advice on this subject?

How are the valleys shingled now? Generally I prefer a closed valley shingling. They look neater. When the shingle reaches the valley, let it bend up along the dormer roof. (Don't cut it at the valley) Then do that course of dormer shingles with the same over lap on the main roof.

You alternate back and forth with them using the shingles to cover the valley.

By the way, typically the bag containing the shingles shows this method with a picture.. which is worth a thousand words.

Roofing a valley on a porch

I have a brand new home, Cape Cod style w/dormered upstairs windows. I have a new large porch that is also dormered and the roof connects on the upward/backward slope of the house.
My husband is a pretty handy guy...but wants some info on shingling the valley where the porch joins the house. We don't want it to leak and want to do the right thing up front...since the porch is new.
Need to know what products to buy, like flashing, caulking etc. and some step by step. Any ideas out there??


There are two ways to shingle a valley.. open or closed. Closed looks much better.. it is made by weaving the shingles and presents an unbro...

Click here to read the rest of this article from Handyman