Roofing Types

Residential & Commercial

 
 
shingle.jpg

Asphalt shingle

Ranging in color, asphalt shingles are the most common roofing material used. Shingles can be made with recycled, mixed paper bases and some companies use recycled products in the surface aggregate. Selecting light colored shingles will increase the amount of solar heat reflected.  Ordinarily shingles typically last from 20 to 30 years.  We offer:

  • Strip Shingles
  • Dimensional Shingles
  • Premium Shingles

 

 
slate.jpg

slate

Slate shingles are a very durable roofing material that can last from 45 to 75 years. Because of their weight—they are 3 times heavier than asphalt slates—your structure must be able to accommodate this additional burden. Because of the darker color of the slate, the roof will absorb solar heat. We offer:

  • Decra
 
clay.jpg

Clay

The durability and life of the tiles depends heavily on the quality of the clay used to produce them. Low-end tiles are more susceptible to changes in temperature, which cause them to crack and break.  Clay is a good option for those seeking to collect rainwater. Tiles are also available in light or white colors, reducing the roof’s retention of heat.

 
 

FLAT

Flat roofs have a slope up to approximately 10°.  We offer"

  • Built-Up Roof (BUR)
  • Modified Butimen
  • TPO
  • EPDM- Rubber Membrane
  • PVC
  • Spray Applied Roof Coating

 

 

METAL - COMING SOON!

Steel, aluminum, and copper shingles, tiles, and panels are also used for roofing.  Metal roofs have a lifetime of 30 to 50 years.  Metal is lightweight, easily recycled, and works well with rainwater catchments.  Metal roofing is also energy intensive to produce.