- Roof Replacements
- Decking – Including Radiant Barrier
- Temporary Repairs
- Sun Tunnels
- Vents – Ridge vents, Turbine Vents, Low Profile Vents, Power Vents, Solar-Powered Vents, and Soffit Vents
- Leak Repairs
Most Common Types of Roof Material
This is the most popular residential roofing shingle used today. Numerous options are available in a variety of price ranges. Most composition shingles are affordable and the preferred option for those needing to replace their roof on a budget. Should last approximately 25+ years depending on the brand and durability.
Many types of metals are used for today’s roofing needs including steel, zinc, aluminum, and copper. Metal roofs tend to look more industrial. The cost will significantly depend on the material chosen, but no matter which option you want, metal roofs are considered to have a long lifespan with an impressive 50+ year life expectancy.
Considered one of the best roofing materials, clay tiles provide exceptional durability. Clay tile roofing can’t catch on fire, nor will it rot, making it a suitable option for almost anyone. One benefit, not typically known, is insects won’t inhabit a clay roof. These also will last 50+ years.
For a more natural look or country-side appearance to your home, a wood shake roof is a fantastic option. Typically cedar wood is used, but your options aren’t limited to just cedar. Redwood is also a popular choice. The downside to using wood is the potential for rot. Homeowners can expect wood shake roofs to last 14-20 years before needing to replace them.
Slate shingles are hands down one of the best-looking roofing options for homes. They are also one of the most expensive options available today. Made from natural stone, this roofing option provides the highest level of protection to any home. Average lifespan of 50+ years.