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Overall excellent quality work and very responsive. Will probably use them again for future work.
It was a small but very difficult project. The existing deck was large but poorly designed. The concrete pad which had been there 30 years was complicating existing drainage problems. The new deck is smaller but we went with the composite.
1) EPDM cannot be used with asphalt products like Grace Ice and Water Shield. The documentation clearly states it is not compatible with EPDM.
2) Instead of applying the EPDM in large sections, he cut it into many small patches ranging from around 2'x3' on the roof area and 2' x 1' for the box gutters. The first picture shows an area of the roof about 30' x 7' which was assembled from 17 different EPDM patches, not counting the patches used to line the gutters.
3) EPDM was glued down on top of the water shield using 1.5 gallons of adhesive when the manufacturer recommends at least 5 gallons for a roof this size.
4) Seams were not sealed with rubber taping as required by the manufacturer.
5) There were creases, bubbles and lifting seams. See the pictures.
6) The first rain showed the box gutters were not properly constructed (you can see from the pictures they did not drain properly) and
7) Drain tubes were not installed and instead the water simply dripped down inside the roof.
1) The EPDM had to be completely removed. Even if the ice and water shield had not been installed the small patches creating tons of seams without tape was not acceptable.
2) The box gutters are too shallow to be lined with new board and covered with EPDM and the ice and water leaves a residue when lifted, so we are having them lined with copper.
3) Cost for just rubber roofing materials, glue and labor for laying down the EPDM was about $2000.
4) We had to reserve a boom lift and schedule a week off of work to complete the painting ourselves. Cost is about $1500 for 1 week of lift.
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