Whitebead Public Schools asked the Coryell team to assess roof damage and provide solutions to water leaking into the many buildings across their campus. These buildings were covered with a variety of roofing systems, which presented quite a challenge to the team.
After assessing the problems and coming up with a plan, the team tackled the tear-off portion of the project over a weekend to ensure no disruption of classes. Then, they installed a Duro-Last® Retro-Fit system over a majority of the campus’s metal roofs. Among the many benefits of this roofing system is the fact that installing it does not produce the noise that installing other roofing materials produces, so classes are not disrupted.
The team installed CertainTeed composition shingles on one of the detached classrooms. The new, 30-year composition shingles give the building a classic look and will provide a sustainable roof for years to come. Finally, the Coryell team applied Duro-Last Silicone Coatings above the interconnecting walkways. This completed the project and gives the campus an all-around “new” and uniform look across the various roof transition areas.