This colonial home featured three dormers rising from the roofline. While the main roof featured a nice slope, the three dormers had flat roofs. As expected, water would get trapped on the dormer roofs causing rot and water damage. Therefore, we raised the dormers by giving them peaked roofs to correct the problem.
Scope of Work: Exterior carpentry, exterior painting
Location: Boonton, NJ
We began this project by setting up some mini scaffolding on the roof. Then the carpenters began removing each of the damaged, flat roofs of the dormers. They rebuilt the dormer frames giving each a pitch that matched the main roofline.
We wrapped the new roofline. The carpenters installed new flashing as well as new roof shingles. The carpenters put up new cedar siding and trim. All materials that we used matched the existing home.
Lastly, we color matched the home and painted the newly raised dormers. Now, the rainwater will not pool on the dormers, but instead flow properly down. In addition, the peaked dormers fit the overall look of the home better.