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Hi! Is time to repair ours roof! My contractor did some area in my home 70m2, he charge $250xm2, clean old waterproof, repair cracks, apply primer, install new membrane roolls and apply waterproof paint! Warranty for 7 years! I paid $17,500pesos. Labor and material! And Im very happy whit the prices but more when they finish! Saludos

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Looks great. Who is your contractor?

 

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1 hour ago, Heem said:

Looks great. Who is your contractor?

 

Rully is my contractor! He used Casther waterproof paint! And the membrane rolls is PASA products! 

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49 minutes ago, Apachewoman said:

Yes, looks good...

What products did he use...Fester, Comex, ?

And please, contact information would be great!

Thanks in advance

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He used PASA products Membrane Rolls and primer! And Casther for waterproof paint! Rully is my contractor! You can get at 3314451634! 

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1 hour ago, Apachewoman said:

THANKS so very very much.

Is he an architect ?

Was his estimate in line with other contractors you may have contacted?

again

Thanks😊

 

Yes hes an Architect! Before to do my roof a get two more estimate! 1 wants to remove all my old roof tiles and the prices was $65 000pesos. And the other was $24 500 pesos, but only a normal process and only 3 year of garranty! And the Rully ofert better price but the more important a garranth on hes work and materials! Thats more better! To paid mich money and not have a nice work! Saludos

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I would only suggest that white impermealizante is used instead of the terracotta. It will keep the house much cooler. I first had the terracotta, then switched to white when it needed a repaint. It made a big difference.

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