Whether you want a roof made of tile, wood, slate, or metal or would like to go with the most popular choice – asphalt – we can help. We also give great suggestions and advice about how we can make your ideal roof a reality. Our experts will be happy to answer important questions when it comes to choosing the right material for your roof.
If your roof is flat, you will want to use torch down, which contains levels of bitumen heat-adhered to layers of fiberglass. This provides additional fortification and resistance. This type of roofing is simple to apply and it prevents moisture buildup, making maintenance easy.
We offer all kinds of cedar roofing and siding material for your home projects. Cedar shingles give your roof a natural look with a clean and low-profile appearance. Whether you prefer the western red cedar or an Alaskan yellow cedar, contact us to find out what type of cedars we can provide to make your roof look amazing.
This is our most popular choice – it’s very durable and inexpensive. Asphalt comes in a wide variety of colors and styles. It is easy to install and is able to endure all kinds of temperatures and lasts about 20 years.
- Durable and Inexpensive
- Variety of Colors and Styles
- Easy to Install
- Endures a Wide Range of Temperatures
- Shorter Life Span
- Prone to Fade
- Inconsistencies in Color
- No Insulation
- Quality Varies
Slate and Tile
If you want to focus on the beauty and color of your roof, slate and tile would be a great option. Slate colors include a variety of shades of black, green, grey, red, and purple. It works well with colonial, European and French chateau-style homes. Slate can last more than 50 years and sometimes 100 years or more.
- Natural Appearance
- Fire Resistant
- Invulnerability to Rot
- Ease of Maintenance
- Expected Life of 100 Years
- Available in Many Colors and Styles
- High Degree of Expertise When Installing
- Messy Gutter and Rooftop Maintenance
If you have a bungalow, cabin, or cottage-style home, a metal roof looks great. There are two types of metal roofs: panels and shingles. They can be made of aluminum, copper, stainless steel, or zinc. Metal roofs can last 45 to 75 years.
- Environmentally Friendly
Note: If metal loses its shine, repainting is a great option, because it costs less to repaint than replace.