Our team at Legacy Service is taking measures to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus). However, your home’s roofing, siding, or windows project should not wait. Luckily, we offer options so that you can get the service, safety, and convenience you deserve:

1.Video Call - Schedule a Free Video Call Consultation if you’re not comfortable with a sales rep coming to your home. Let us know which platform you’d prefer to have the call on, from FaceTime to Skype to Google Hangouts and everything in between. We use 3D imaging model software so that you can see exactly what you’re getting.

2.In-Person - If you’d rather meet in person, our sales rep will come fully prepared, from using the proper sanitation and cleaning methods to maintaining at least a 6-foot distance between people at all times.

We also offer Financing - 0% interest for five years.

The pandemic will end, so remember to stay strong! We’ll get through this together.

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HOW TO BUILD A SLIDING DOOR

Sliding doors can add a rustic touch to your home and give you a way to close off an open area. Building and installing your own sliding door can easily be done as long as you have some time and the right materials. Here, our door installation experts give you a step-by-step guide for how to do it.

WHAT YOU’LL NEED TO BUILD A SLIDING DOOR:

Tape measure
■ Wood
■ Saw
■ Wood glue
■ Screwdriver, screws
■ Plywood sheets

FLASHING

Roof flashing is often installed at the intersections where one part of your roof joins with another in order to add a layer of protection against water. Without flashing, the water could collect in one place and penetrate the seams. If your flashing is missing or damaged, it could mean trouble. We suggest calling our Delaware roofing experts so we can assess the situation and fix it.

SHINGLE ISSUES

Many different natural elements can affect your roofing shingles including wind, hail, airborne debris, moisture, and more. These things can cause your shingles to crack, warp, curl, mold, lose granules, or even go missing. With compromised shingles, your roof can’t provide the full protection your home needs, so if you have shingle issues, give us a call.