Roofing

 

 

Slate Roofs

Slate roofs are considered the gold standard of roofing because of the many benefits they offer homeowners. Slate roofs are so reliable that homebuyers are willing to pay top dollar for a home with natural slate roofs. They are made from stones derived from metamorphosed sedimentary rocks composed of clay or volcanic ash.

Flat Roofs

Without a doubt, flat roofs are a cost-effective solution for residential projects. And thanks to our experience in flat roof construction, the modern materials we utilize and our application techniques, make every project a viable, protective and long-lasting alternative to pitched roof counterparts.

Tile Roof

A tile roof is a roof made from clay, ceramic, concrete or slate tiles. Each tile is secured to the roof deck by nails. Just like asphalt shingles, a tile roof is completed by starting at the bottom or lower most part of the roof, securing a row of tiles, then overlapping the next or second row of tiles over the first.

TPO Roofs

Compared to many other types of roofs, TPO roofs are extremely long-lasting. They hold up well to long-term exposure to the sun’s ultraviolet light, and they are highly resistant to puncturing, tearing, or water damage. They are even resistant to bacterial growth and dirt buildup, so it will be easier for you to keep your roof clean.

Cedar Shake Roof

Cedar shakes and shingles are a truly beautiful option, enhancing the aesthetic appeal of any home. Depending on the style and type of cedar roofing you choose, you can give your home the feel of a rustic cottage or an elegant chalet.

EPDM Roofs

EPDM roofs require a lot less maintenance compared to other roofing materials. And when installed properly, EPDM roofs can last for around 20 years. Coupled with proper care and maintenance, its UV resistance allows it to last even longer. A great choice for long-term investments.

Shingle Roofs

Asphalt shingles are divided into two categories: organic and fiberglass. They are available in a wide variety of colors, forms, textures and thicknesses. They are known to be a cost efficient roofing materials commonly used for sloped roofs, single homes, and residential homes. These materials are easy to install and provide flexibility during their installation processes.

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