Our new Interlock aluminum roof is stunning, and the house is as charming as ever. We are the owners of a very charming rustic log home. The high-pitch roof, dormers and original cedar shake shingles were very pretty, and the crowning touches to the log cabin look. Consequently, when it was time to replace the roof, I was very nervous about going with metal despite the superior longevity of a metal roof. However, I am very happy to report that our new Interlock aluminum roof is stunning, and the house is as charming as ever. My husband is pleased with the rust resistance of aluminum and the wrap-around edging of the shingles while I am in raptures about the roof's look. The Interlock installers were absolutely fabulous. Nicholas and his crew from Gatineau are a wonderful group of young men. They were professional, knowledgeable, careful, and did excellent work. They were very accommodating; they took the time to explain things to us, address our every concern, were careful with our grounds and property, and left a clean work site every night. They worked weekends to beat the rain and never left the roof exposed to the elements. They were also careful about workplace safety and used their ropes and harnesses at all times. Our roof-line is challenging with its steep pitch (12×12 on the main roof and 18×12 on the central dormer) and multiple dormers. It takes a very skilled crew to do a good job on a roof like that, and Nick’s crew did an excellent job. I have only the highest of praises for Nicholas and his Gatineau crew.
Denis and Terry D.
Hi Dave, Just a quick word to let you know the roof is completed. We could not see much when we got in at 2340 on Saturday, but we got a great look at it the next day. It looks simply great, and Sylvie is very happy with her choice of the pattern of the new shingles. I have some minor questions regarding the ice guards over the dining area. I will take a picture and send it to you so it will be easier to explain.