Gennaro Brooks-Church - Eco Brooklyn
info at ecobrooklyn.com
Fri Aug 22 12:09:33 MDT 2014
I do a lot of roofs and green roofs in the NYC area but am pretty booked
right now. I don't know what waterproofing membrane you want but I suggest
finding a product you like and asking them who they recommend. If you want
liquid applied ask around for a local has an alternative to Kemper since
they are very expensive and IMO not any better than the newer brands. And
you probably want PolyISO for the insulation. Ideally salvaged. I only use
salvaged so you are welcome to contact me on how to get that.
Director, Eco Brooklyn Inc.
Cell: 1 347 244 3016 USA
22 2nd St; Brooklyn, NY 11231
On Fri, Aug 22, 2014 at 1:59 PM, <bill.allen at verizon.net> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I am hoping someone can direct me to a roofer in the NY/CT/NJ tri-state
> area (actual job in Mt. Vernon, NY) who has actually heard of applying
> insulation when you re-roof. Every roofer I can find looks at me
> cross-eyed when I mention "deep energy retrofit" or anything other than
> just slapping down asphalt shingles on plywood.
> I need to re-roof a 30'x30' 1926 colonial asap but want to take advantage
> of the opportunity to apply some insulation. I am using the Building
> Science Inc. builders guide as a blue print.
> Are there any good roofers out there?
> Thanks for your consideration,
> In frustration.
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