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Before and After

Before – Wood Slats

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After – Cedar Shingles

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Before – Asphalt Shingles

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After – Fern Green Pro-Panel II

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Before – R-Panel Metal & Tarp

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After – Tan TPO Roof System

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Before – Tar and Gravel (BUR)

After TPO


Before

After


Before

During – Adding pitch to the roof

Decked – Almost Done

After – Applying aluminum roof coating


Before – Foam Roof

After – New slope and deck


Before – Canale installment

After – New Canale


Before – Rivera Funeral Home

After – Rivera Funeral Home


Before

After

TPO

Taos Middle School

White TPO Roof System
White TPO Roof System

Taos VA Building

Tan TPO Roof System
Tan TPO Roof System

Taos Ancianos Building

New Tan TPO Roof System
New Tan TPO Roof System

TPO – Questa Middle School

DensDeck, TPO underlayment

Fully adhered TPO valley

Finished TPO valley

Adding Pitch to a Roof

One of the most difficult aspects of building in Northern New Mexico is the FLAT ROOF.  Why such a thing exists? We don’t know, but at Collignon Roofing we know how to make it function properly.

Although it is considered a “flat” roof it should still have enough of a pitch to allow the moisture on the roof to drain.  Unfortunately, that is not the case for many of the homes in this area.  If there is standing water on a roof it is going to find its way into the house causing water damage to the interior of the home and creating the perfect place for mold to grow.

If you have a roof that does not function properly we can create a new system for you with the proper drainage.

Foam roof before slope is added

The new slope of the roof

Other side – Before

New slope added – After

In some cases adding a bigger slope isn’t enough and additional drainage points are needed, such as a new canale or larger overhang. If that is the case we do that too!

Canale installment – Before

New Canale – After

Metal Roof Projects

Standing Seam – Taos Ski Valley, New Mexico

Corrugated – Taos Ski Valley, New Mexico

Residential Pro-Panel II

Standing Seam – National Bank in Angel Fire, NM

Pro-Panel II