Roofing Types

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Tile roofing can give your home a distinctly beautiful look. Tile is a great choice for roofs that experience hot weather or exposure to salt air. It is environmentally friendly, energy efficient and low maintenance. With plenty of choices in material, color and shape, you will have no problem finding one to complement your lifestyle and increase the value of your home. While the cost of a tile roof is more expensive than asphalt roofing, it can save you money over the life of the roof.

Tile Roofing

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Metal Roofing

Although metal roofing was once found only on high-end, architect-designed homes, that is no longer true. Industry studies show that metal roofs reflect solar radiant heat, which can reduce cooling cost. They can survive extremely high winds, they are resistant to fire, insects and even rot and are environmentally friendly and can be recycled. Metal roofs are more costly than shingle but they can save you money over a long period of time.

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Shingle Roofing

The most popular, versatile and cost-effective choice is the asphalt shingle roof. Asphalt shingles have been part of the American home landscape since 1901. Shingles are durable, affordable and come in many different textures and colors. The advantage of asphalt shingles is the reduction in cost as well as the quick ease of installation. These are systems that can be easily put up and repaired.

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Flat Roofing

Residential - Modified Bitumen Roofing: a hybrid system derived from older built-up methods combined with modern technology roofing. This combination of standard materials with new advanced polymers combine for a high quality roofing system that offers improved durability and protection.

 

Commercial - Single Layer Membrane Roof: 

TPO - Thermoplastic Polyolefin is a single-ply roofing membrane that is a natural reflective surface to reflect UV rays. TPO roofing systems are made up of a single layer of synthetics and reinforcing scrim that can be used to cover flat roofs. The benefits of installing a single-ply membrane roofing system are numerous in terms of installation, performance, cost, and longevity.