As specialists in residential and commercial roofing services, we are dedicated to providing customer service that is second to none. Whether you have a new construction project or it is time for repairs, we offer the roofing services you need.
We provide a full consultation to explain your available options so that you can choose the roofing plan that’s right for your home or business. We will work with you and adhere to your personal needs, and then we'll be in contact through the whole project.
We strive to save you both time and money by combining roofing knowledge, the highest quality materials, and dedication to delivering exceptional service. We will not leave the job until it is finished, and you are satisfied with the results.
Asphalt composite shingles are the most popular roofing material in North America. Made from a fiberglass base topped with asphalt and mineral granules, these shingles are an all-around good choice for most home roofing needs. They typically come with a 20- to 30-year warranty.
Metal roofs of all kinds are increasingly popular in regions with heavy snowfall or where there is a notable danger of wildfires since this is a roofing material that is fully fireproof.
Metal roofs are very long-lived and are fully recyclable when they finally do wear out. But installation requires special skills and not every roofing company is prepared to install a standing seam metal roof
Wood roofs are very attractive, but they are also quite expensive and have limitations. They are not particularly long-lived, and they are a poor choice in areas that get lots of moisture or where wildfires are a danger. Still, they are among the most attractive of all roofing materials, which makes them a popular choice for luxury homes. Longevity depends very much on circumstances and maintenance. In relatively dry climates a wood shingle or shake roof can last 60 years; in damp conditions,
A roof replacement involves tearing off everything on the roof down to the deck, then putting on new felt paper and shingles. A roof replacement can be done no matter how many layers of shingles are already on the roof, so it can be done even when a reroofing is not an option.
Roof overlay is the process of overlaying new shingles over the existing roof, keeping the old roofs intact. It is sometimes called as “roof recovery”, as you’re essentially recovering the old shingles using the new ones. For this method, you don’t have to rip of any under-layer flashing or sealing. This is a cost-effective option if available for your home. Not all homes will have this option.
Roof repair involves the roofer inspecting the roof to find where the issues is coming from. Removing and replacing broken shingles, measuring, cutting and fitting roofing materials, and finishing off joints to make them watertight.
Emergency roof repair includes services to shore up structural damage to your roof and seal up roof leaks to prevent further property damage. Likewise, it could include an emergency roof tarp if you need a relatively short-term solution.
Roof maintenance is critical to preventing roof problems and keeping the roof in watertight condition. Early identification and repair of roof problems will help provide a long-lasting roof system. This includes removal of loose debris, remove any branches, leaves or other debris that can accumulate on a roof in winter. General inspection of the roof.
A roof coating is an extra layer applied on your roof to add extra life to it. It's designed to keep your roof materials intact no matter what condition it goes through. What Do People Like About Roof Coating? Roof coatings have elastic properties which allow them to stretch and also return to the original shape with zero damage.
These roofs are installed as thin sheet materials 0.045 (45 mils) to 0.060 inches (60 mils) thick and are applied to the roof in a single layer. Being made of synthetic rubber or polymer, they are flexible and elastic and can handle temperature changes and some impact types better than built-up roofs. Membrane roofs are attached in a variety of ways. They can be partially loose laid and held down with river rock ballast or fully adhered to the roof.
Low slope/ flat roofing repair involves the roofer inspecting and probing areas of the roof to find where the issues is coming from. Removing and replacing areas or damage, measuring, cutting and fitting roofing materials, and finishing off joints to make them watertight. This type of repair may also use a coating material to stop and leaking.
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Yes, we provide a detailed inspection for $75 with an additional cost to file the paperwork directly with your insurance company.
As long as they are in good shape and are not in need of fixing or replacing then we can work around them.
We stand by our work, so if there are any leaks in the new roof, we cover the repair cost to the roof and any damage caused by the leak.