Whether new constructions or a roof replacement, you’re working with experts. We ensure that the roof installation is done correctly, with high-quality products and attention to detail.
We work with insurance adjusters on a regular basis and know the ins-and-outs of the claim filing process. This experience allows us to avoid many of the pitfalls that can occur during the claim filling process. Working with adjusters and insurance agents does not need to be a stressful experience, and with the assistance of our dedicated team you will enjoy a more streamline process.
Asphalt shingle is the most common type of roof you see on homes today. There are three types to choose from: 3-tab shingle which has a lifespan of 25 years; Dimensional and luxury both have a lifespan of 30 years.
tile & Slate
Slate roof tiles are made of metamorphic rocks which are derived from sedimentary rock of volcanic ash and clay. The mineral composition of slate will determine the color and weathering properties. Slate roof titles are one of the oldest roofing materials and have been used for centuries.
Metal roof is simple a roof system made using metal pieces, tile, or panels. A metal roof is a part of the roofing envelope which is the physical separator between the inside and outside of the building and is designed to provide resistance to air, water, heat and sound. The roof also contributes to structural support and is a significant contributor to the overall easthetic of a building.
Thermoplastic Polyolefin also know as TPO are made up of a single layer of synthetics and reinforcing scrim that can be used to cover flat roofs. TPO is one of the fastest-growing commercial roofing systems on the market.
Modified Bitumen is an asphalt-based roof system, designed for buildings with low-slope or flat roof structures. Modified Bitumen roofing systems are designed to withstand harsh exposure to extreme environmental elements.
liquid applied roofing
Liquid Applied Roofing Membranes are monolithic, fully-bonded, fluid-based coatings that have the capability of being fully or locally reinforced in transitional areas on a roof. It can be applied over various substrates such as concrete, brick, wood, mod-bit, TPO, PVC, EPDM and many other surfaces. When these coating cure, they form a rubber-like, elastomeric, seamless waterproofing membrane with no crack, gasp or voids to allow the ingress of water.