Whitebead Public Schools located West of Pauls Valley in Oklahoma, had roof leaks reported around their campus. The Coryell Roofing team was selected to provide the school with a watertight solution for the variety of roofing systems involved. A Duro-Last membrane roof system, as well as composition shingles and Duro-Last Silicone coatings, were employed. The various roofing types and issues presented a challenge, but the Coryell team is always excited to provide real solutions to a school’s nagging roofing problems..
Over the span of a couple of weeks, the crews worked to install a Duro-Last Retro-Fit system over a majority of the campus’ metal roofs. This roof system allowed for the school to continue with classes and not see any disruption in their normal schedule. The tear-off portion of this project was a bit tricky: with students in the classrooms, our solution was to schedule this part of the project to be completed over a weekend to ensure we did not disturb the school during the week.
We also showcased our versatility by installing Certainteed composition shingles on one of the detached classrooms. The new 30-year composition shingles provide the building with a classic sustainable look for years to come. Finally, the application of Duro-Last Silicone Coatings above the interconnecting walkways completes the project and gives the campus an all-around “new” and uniform roof look across the various roof transition areas – a complex but expertly executed project by the Coryell Team.