PRODUCTS & SERVICES

INFRONT ROOFING PROVIDES

  Owens Corning Platinum, and Atlas Platinum Installer 

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SERVICES

ROOFING

GUTTERS

SIDING

Installation Process

  1. Remove all existing shingles, deposit them in a roll-off dumpster: Damaged or old valley flashing and drip edging is also removed at this time. A good crew will use tarps to protect foundation plantings and shrubs during tear-off and will use magnetic tools to pick up nails and metal objects from the lawn. 

  2. Make minor repairs on the roof if it is in good condition: If not, replace bad wood with new plywood sheathing or 1 x 6 sheathing boards, whichever is applicable to your type of roof. 

  3. Install ice dam protection in regions that require it: The ice guard membrane is a synthetic waterproof barrier material designed to prevent melting ice from backing up under the shingles and penetrating through the sheathing, where the moisture can cause severe damage.

  4. Lay down asphalt roofing paper over the roof sheathing: The layer of roofing paper creates an inner barrier against water penetrating into the house. Rows of roofing paper are overlapped as they progress upward toward the peak, and are normally tacked or stapled in place. 

  5. Apply metal drip edging around the edge of the roof, both the eave sides and gable sides: The metal drip edge is nailed in place over the roofing paper or ice guard. 

  6. Where necessary, apply a new valley flashing along with areas where two roof planes meet: The valley flashing is typically nailed to the roofing deck and sealed with roofing caulk.

  7. Apply the tab shingles, starting at the eaves and working upward toward the peak: Where roof vents are being installed, these are installed as the progress of the shingles toward the peak.

  8. Apply the flashing around all areas where leaks might come into the house—against the chimney, around skylights and stack vents, etc.: Flashing installation may happen as part of the roofing installation, occurring as the rows of shingles progress upward on the roof deck. 

  9. Install the ridge vent: This continuous vent along the peak of the roof will help the air circulation in the attic space and can be integral in exhausting hot air and preventing winter ice dams. Ridge vents may not be included on older roofs, but installing them is a good idea whenever a house is re-roofed. If ridge vents are not practical, the should be other types of roof or gable vents installed to provide air circulation in the attic space. 

  10. Complete the final cleanup and haul the debris away: Have the installation inspected and approved by a building inspector.

Owens Corning doesn’t invite every roofer to join their network of Platinum Preferred Contractors.

In fact, only about 1 percent of roofers are hand-selected for the distinction. In order to be accepted, a contractor must meet the company’s rigorous qualification guidelines that include:

  • Following all state and local requirements for licensing.

  • Carrying a minimum of $1,000,000 in general liability insurance coverage.

  • Being in good standing with the Better Business Bureau.

  • Having a proven commitment to ongoing training, outstanding workmanship and customer service.

  • Having a clear history with no liens or judgments.

  • Undergoing a credit check and being financially solvent.

  • Operating under their business name for at least 3 years.

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CONTACT

Headquarters- 1 (877) 325-1313

Warner Robins- 1 478-220-8170

Bossier City- 1 318-309-7314

Columbus- 1 877-325-1313

Dothan-1 877-325-1313

Birmingham- 1 877-325-1313

Augusta- 1 706-225-9710

Raleigh- 1 919-213-0404

OFFICE LOCATIONS

Raleigh, North Carolina 

Columbia, South Carolina

Bossier City, Louisiana

Warner Robins, Georgia

Augusta, Georgia

Columbus, Georgia

Birmingham, Alabama

Dothan, Alabama

 

SERVICE AREAS

North Carolina

South Carolina

Georgia

Alabama

Mississippi

Louisiana

 

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