Using the Right Material

When if comes to your home it is incredibly important to have a solid, well built foundation. The same is true for your home's roof. Sheeting, also known as the roof deck, is the solid wood surface that the rest of your roof is built on. Ensure the life of your roof by using a durable, weather resistant and level product. CDX plywood, at least 1/2" in thickness, is the best material to use for sheeting. Anything less than 1/2" can warp over time and may lead to nail pops or leaks. Because it is weather resistant, CDX resists swelling, mildew and mold, an important feature here in the Northwest where water and moisture are abundant. CDX is a structural material that will help to eliminate uneven surfaces, which can sometimes lead to wavy shingles. When it comes time to install a new roof make sure you start with the best foundation possible. Replace old OSB or thin plywood with new 1/2" CDX. If your roof deck is currently a skip sheeting or tongue and groove new 1/2" CDX can be installed directly over the existing material to provide a level surface that all the components of your new roof can be securely fastened to. Avoid issues down the road by using the right material the first time!


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The Valentine Experience is defined by seamless communication, meticulous cleanup, and always going the extra mile for our customers.

  • Seamless Communication: Communication is key, and our dedicated service staff keeps you appraised every step of the way.
  • Meticulous Clean-Up: Once the work is completed, our meticulous cleanup process will leave your property looking better than we found it.
  • Going the Extra Mile: We’re here to deliver exceptional results through outstanding customer service, and that’s exactly what you’ll get.