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Must-Know Tips From IKO For Installing Shingles In Cold Weather

Can You Replace A Roof In The Winter? Experts say the best time to construct a roof is when weather is “warm, calm, and dry.” That is, in warm temperatures, with little wind and clear skies. In a perfect world, that would be every day. But in most provinces, these ideal conditions are few and… Read More

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5 Siding Installer Jobsite Safety Tips for the Busy Summer Season from James Hardie

Article by Michael Buck | 6/11/2019 Safety is important every day, but especially as the residential construction and renovation industry heads into its busiest time of year, which also happens to be during the hottest months. When schedules get tight, it can be easy to cut corners, accidentally overlook important safety protocols or overwork in… Read More

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Roofmart IKO Nordic Performance Shingles with Class 4 Impact resistance

Nordic™ Performance Shingles

Hi‑Def Beauty. Weather or Not. Extreme weather calls for extreme weather protection. And Nordic’s unique combination of superior wind and impact-resistant features makes it one of the top performing asphalt shingles on the market. Nordic derives its impact resistance from a coating of polymer-modified asphalt, which acts as a shock absorber to cushion your roof… Read More

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Cedar Renditions™ by Royal® Design Series

Aluminum. Elevated. This is more than just another exterior design element. This is aluminum siding as a stunningly powerful accent. It’s the beautiful intersection of durable, thicker gauge aluminum, wider board contemporary wood aesthetics and streamlined looks. The bar has been raised unmistakably higher. Features & Benefits: 6” siding Thicker gauge siding Modern streamlined profile… Read More

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How to calculate ventilation using Duraflo Vents

How much ventilation will you need for your space? According to the National Building Code, a minimum of 1 sq. ft. of ventilation for every 300 sq. ft. of attic space is required. On low slope applications, double the ventilation is needed: 1 sq. ft. for every 150 sq. ft. of attic space. This calculation… Read More

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