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Boy, I hope this helps...
Jay Markanich Real Estate Inspections, LLC
Based in Bristow, serving all of Northern Virginia.
Office (703) 330-6388 Cell (703) 585-7560
man you have no i idea the number of problems we have had around here with those shingles around here
Jay - I've installed a few shingles; do you think I'm protected?
Too funny, keep us laughing...Thanks
Eric - I was hoping that by going outside in a high wind it would simply blow off. But no...
Not without the shots John.
Michelangelo - You are welcome!
Thanks for sharing your creative marketing ideas on AR today. Awesome
Too funny. Maybe that shot will help. Thanks for the entertainment.
Harry - I am not a doctor and don't play one on AR...
Wendy - it's my last hope.
OUCH Jay -- that must have been a pretty big needle!!
How you holding up??
Carla - let's just say that a band aid doesn't cover it.
Thanks for sharing your post with me today. I wish you the best this weekend.
Patricia - don't wait as long as I.
Eric - we are all in this together!
Jay - It looks like you got there to late. It looks like you have a bad case of them.
If you have Architect Grade Shingles---is that better?
Didn't know there was such a thing as shingles shots.
Robert - I may have waited too long.
Shadow - not better! They last longer.
Bob and Carolin - there are and you should not procrastinate!
Worst case I've ever seen. It's too late for the shots, you need medical attention!
James - I am told that fortunately they are regular shingles and not architectural.
Good thing they aren't those really thick 50 year shingles----hard to get rid of them with anything, and you can't even cover them up:)
Charlie - about the only thing that covers the 50 year shingles are more 50 year shingles. Ouch!
Jay, as a medical professional, I have to tell you that there is only one hope for you---a shinglectomy. I'm sorry to say, that it will leave disfiguring scar.
Susan - can that reverse the adashingleontome instead of complete removal?
Jay: I will have to consult a specialist for the answer to that. My suggestion is the wonderful Dr Roofus Overhead.
My particular shingle, Susan, is the very common composite fiberglass asphalt. I hope he specializes in that type. Some doctors are so specilized nowadays and pay more attention to plastic, clay and even cement asbestos shingles. Even the architectural shingles are so common now that most doctors don't want to deal with them - not enough money in it.
Specialists! What do you do?
Jay, can I recommend an EPDM overlay? I also recommend no scratching----and ONLY pressure wash if you absolutely must!
Charlie - I tell people not to pressure wash anything except perhaps their concrete driveway. And even then only if there is no spalling. I have tried overlaying extra clothing, but that only hides the problem, it does not solve it.
Scratching, by the way, is a must.
Maybe if I painted it flesh tone?
Jay, I really do think that pressure washing squirrels is totally fine. Flesh tone EPDM----good way to go.
Shadow - hadn't thought about the squirrels, and I think you are right! Thanks for the flesh tone back up...
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