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Save money by doing one half of roof per season

This project is a little different than others we have done before. At Legacy Roofs, we are a family orientated company, and we know what it’s like to live on a tight budget. Something that we like to offer our clients as a way to save money yet still get quality work done is to have half of a roof done one season, and then save up to have the other half done. It’s a way we serve our clients […]

Roofing Tips: How to Heat Weld Membrane Seams

Legacy Flat Roofing & Sheet Metal How To Video: Heat Welding Seams On a residential home it’s always best to avoid using torches or hot asphalt. So our main practice is to use a technique of using intense heat to weld seams together. To do this you need a leister gun, which blows hot air, and a 3 inch roller. And we use the heat and the roller to adhere to capsheet layers together. If you are doing this right […]

Goderich U Brew Project

This job is a follow up to the quote we gave here. This building is a residential building on one side, and then a commercial business, a U Brew in Goderich Ontario. Check out photos of the project here. This building had a 2 tier roof system, this season we are going to work on the lower tier, and then perhaps in the next season we will do the higher tier. It is about a 1000sqft job, a 2 ply […]

Bayfield Cottage New Flat Roof Installation Photos

This project was for a cottage in Bayfield Ontario. The owner, who uses this for around two months out of the year came in and found his entire building flooded. The roof was taking in water in several areas, and we were called in to replace the roof. We came and found this roof was way past it’s life cycle. It was a 30′ x 30′ modified roof which was cracked and delaminated, the membrane was coming off. There had […]

Church Re-Roof: London Ontario (North End)

Our latest client is a congregation that just purchased a building in the North End of London, who were looking to get their flat roof leaks fixed before they went inside to finish the interior work during the winter. This job involved putting a new seal around a gondola that the congregation had put in, their request to us was to make it leak proof. We put in a half inch fibreboard, and tied it into the existing roof so […]