We are proud to be partners with Owens Corning and offer their products – especially ones like Oakridge Shingles. Not only are they amazing for your home, but now they come in a variety of colors to fit the aesthetic needs of any homeowner. Below is a gorgeous dark green:
For more color options, visit the Owens Corning website or give us a call to see the full line for your home!
Recommend SELA for roofing and siding. They did our roof last year and siding this year. Beautiful and professional. Check out the double 7″ lap SolidCore siding by Crane. If you do not have SELA at least quote your job, you are making a mistake. These are the “go to” people. SolidCore makes your house up to 45% more quiet–it is nearly unbelieveable! The dog doesn’t hear cars pulling up in the driveway anymore. And it does not look like typical vinyl siding–looks more like wood siding.
- Scott E. from Alexandria, MN
A little more about CraneBoard® 7:
The 7″ clapboard plank redefines versatile and is the go-to choice for an infinite variety of architectural styles. From traditional Colonial to groundbreaking Contemporary, use CraneBoard® 7 as both a starting point and an exciting accent. Its expansive, architecturally correct width combines with a perfectly straight, deeply shadowed shape and hand-milled cedar finish for a powerful curb appeal one-two punch. Add to this design superiority a selection of expressive colors to achieve even more distinction.
Only Solid CoRe® insulation has moisture management ridges that provide space for ventilation
Neopor® from BASF SE adds up to a 19% better R-value depending on profile
No painting. No scraping. True Maintenance Freedom.
Absorbs and reflects radiant heat with Neopor®
Reduces thermal conductivity
200% stronger bond with our TXL™ Lamination Technology
64% greater impact resistance
Quiet! Reduces noise up to 45%
Wind resistant up to 200 mph
Authentic straight-face design with clean hand-milled cedar grain look
Sela did a phenomenal job on my home. From the initial demolition of the roof, gutter system, deck removals and rubber roofs. They kept the surroundings very organized and clean. The workers were courteous and pleasant. Each item that was completed on my home was handled by an expert in that area. That had a big impact on the overall scope of all the components working together. I have a historical home and feel that it will be protected for a long time with what was done by Sela.
When insulating your attic you will need to choose from Batt or roll insulation, and loose fill insulation. So what are the differences between the two? We thought we would spell it out for you so you have a general knowledge of the differences.
Batt or Roll Insulation – The more common type of insulation that comes in the form of a roll that consists of flexible fibers, usually fiberglass. You also can find rolls made from minerals, wool, plastic and natural fibers, such as cotton or sheep’s wool.
Rolls are available in widths of standard spacing of wall studs, and attic or floor joists.They are available with or without facings. Manufacturers often attach a facing to act as a vapor or air barrier. Rolls with special flame-resistant facing are available where the insulation will be left exposed. A facing also helps with fastening during installation. However, it’s recommended that you use unfaced rolls if you’re reinsulating over existing insulation.
Loose Fill Insulation – Loose-fill insulation consists of small particles of fiber, foam, or other material. These particles form an insulation material that conforms to any size or type of space. The ability to conform makes loose-fill insulation well suited for retrofits and for situations where it’s difficult to install other types of insulation.
Most material used for loose-fill insulation include cellulose, fiberglass, and mineral wool. These materials are made using recycled materials. Cellulose is primarily made from recycled newsprint. Most fiberglass contains 20%–30% recycled glass. Mineral wool is usually produced from 75% post-industrial recycled content.
If you need help making a decision, we are here to help!
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A great company to work with!
A great company to work with! The work got done faster than we expected with attention to detail. We felt "pleasing the customer" is important to them. When we had any questions, they were very accommodating and if it was in a phone call, the salesman we worked with, answered the call or got back to you in a very short time. As with any outdoor home improvement, rain happens and it can cause problems. They were quick to remedy anything and make sure everything was done better than just to code. We were very pleased with the work and would highly recommend them.
I am not one for posting reviews but I would like to comment on how impressed my wife and I were with the work Sela did on our roof. We received bids from 3 contractors and selected Sela not because they were the cheapest, but because they were competitive and listened to us. We have never done a project like this and Pat guided us through every step, making sure we were comfortable and sharing his knowledge for quality work. The roofing crew did a great job, were very contentious and finished with an unbelievable clean-up! I would not hesitate to tell any family of friends to make Sela your first call for any roofing project!!
If you need a new roof, Sela is the ONLY place to call. The employees are competent, friendly and professional – from office personnel to installers, everyone we dealt with was top notch. We had several estimates and while Sela wasn’t the cheapest they were certainly the best. Little extras like helping us with the paperwork, offering several payment options, and arriving promptly and finishing quickly affirmed we’d made the right decision to choose Sela for our new roof. If we could rate them higher than 5 stars we would.
Our partners and supplier, Owens Corning, has a great new tool on their website to help you choose the right roof color and shingles for your home. You can use one of their model homes or upload a photo of your own home and then e-mail it to us when you are finished.