Not sure what type of Roof you need?
Call us today and we will help you understand the difference in Materials, but here are a few examples;
- Composition Shingle –The most common of all materials for sloped roofs. Commonly used on older & newer homes with sloped. A roof covered with shingles made of asphalt, fiberglass, or other composites, designed to resemble everything from wood shakes to ceramic tile.
- Wood-Shake - A shake is a basic wooden shingle that is made from split logs. Shakes have traditionally been used for roofing and siding applications around the world. Higher grade shakes are typically used for roofing purposes.
- Concrete Tile - A roof made from a mixture of Concrete and other materials.
- Light-Weight Tiles typically (less than 600 lbs. per 100 sq. ft.)
- Standard Weight Tiles typically 600-1100 lbs. per 100 sq. ft.
- Clay Tile – Natural Clay product from the earth Shaped & Baked to very high temperature to create an one of the more exceptional quality Roofing products. Available in Light-Weight & Standard-Weight.
- Modified Bitumen – Commonly used for Flat Roofs, a Rolled membrane that can be applied with Hot asphalt or by using a hand held Torch. Available in Variety of Colors.
- Metal - A metal roof is a roofing system made from metal pieces or tiles. Usually sheet metal.