Quality Roof Replacement
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Types of Roofs
One of the most common roof types, asphalt shingles help protect your home and require little upkeep. Not only do they come in a variety of shapes and colors, but they’re also one of the least expensive roofing options! Asphalt shingles are a great, affordable option for giving your house the new look you’ve envisioned.
Designer Roofing Shingles
Timberline® Roofing Shingles
Cedar shingles are a popular choice for new roofs in large part because they are one of the oldest and most-reliable types of roofing material. Also called “cedar shakes,” they do not trap moisture in the house, allowing it to breathe and have higher pest resistance.
Metal roof installations continue to grow because of their strength & durability, energy efficiency, and stylish look. Although metal roofs are more expensive than asphalt shingle roofs, they tend to have a much longer lifespan.
Liquid Applied Roofing
Most commonly used for commercial roof installations, liquid applied roofing is the application of a liquid base coat that forms a rubber-like waterproof material. This concept has been around for more than 200 years and has evolved into many types of liquid roofing, including liquid spray applied roofing.
EPDM (ethylene propylene diene terpolymer) is a type of rubber roofing used primarily for commercial buildings, car ports, and patio roofs. While EPDM roofs are fire resistant and water resistant to the point of being virtually waterproof, they are also cost effective, east to repair, and nearly 100% recyclable.
Modified Bitumen Roofing
Modified Bitumen is a durable, low-maintenance asphalt roofing system. A popular roofing option for more than 40 years, Modified Bitumen roofs are increasingly popular for commercial buildings as well as residential homes, primarily due to the lower cost of materials.
TPO Flat Roofing
Thermoplastic Polyolefin (TPO) is a form of roofing that uses a single-ply, reflective membrane. It is made from polypropylene and ethylene-propylene rubber polymerized together. TPO combines benefits from both EPDM rubber and PVC roofing. Because they are cost-effective, the demand for TPO roofing is growing in both the residential and commercial flat roof markets.
When is it time to replace your roof?
- Age of roof (average life of 20-25 years)
- Shingles are curling or buckling
- Part of your roof is missing
- Discolored ceilings and walls due to moisture getting in
- Dark spots and black streaks
- Exposed nails
- Hail or wind damage
- Damaged chimney & roof flashing
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