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Our Roofing Products

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Composition Shingles

Composition shingles, commonly referred to as asphalt shingles, are a popular roofing choice due to their cost-effectiveness, resilience, and adaptability. They come in an array of colors and designs, allowing them to complement almost any architectural style and provide robust protection against various weather conditions.

FAQ

Composition shingles, often made from asphalt, are popular due to their durability, affordability, and versatility in style and color. They are a great choice for a wide range of climates and architectural styles.

Wood shakes, typically made from cedar, can last 20-40 years with proper maintenance. They are prized for their natural beauty and ability to add a rustic charm to any home.

Concrete tile roofs are extremely durable, lasting over 50 years. They offer excellent fire resistance, energy efficiency, and come in a variety of styles and colors, making them suitable for diverse architectural designs.

Clay tile is known for its longevity (often over 50 years), excellent weather resistance, and distinctive style. It’s particularly popular in regions with hot climates due to its ability to reflect sunlight and maintain cooler indoor temperatures.

Metal roofing is highly durable, lightweight, fire-resistant, and energy-efficient. It’s an excellent choice for those seeking a long-lasting roof (up to 50 years or more) with minimal maintenance and good environmental performance.

Modern composition shingles are often made with recycled materials and can be recycled at the end of their life, making them a more eco-friendly option compared to traditional asphalt shingles.

Wood shakes offer good resistance to wind and impact when properly installed and treated. However, they require regular maintenance to prevent issues like rot and insect damage, especially in harsher weather conditions.

Yes, both concrete and clay tiles are heavier than other roofing materials and require a reinforced roof structure. Professional installation is crucial to ensure the integrity and longevity of the roof.

Metal roofs are excellent in snowy conditions as they shed snow and ice quickly, reducing the load and preventing ice damming. They also provide added insulation, keeping homes warmer in winter.

  • Composition Shingles: Regular inspections, cleaning, and replacing damaged shingles.
  • Wood Shakes: Periodic treatments for rot and insect resistance, along with cleaning.
  • Concrete and Clay Tiles: Inspections for cracks or breaks, and cleaning.
  • Metal Roof: Minimal maintenance, mainly inspections and occasional cleaning.

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