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Our Roofing Services

Modified bitumen roofing systems

This roof is an evolution of traditional asphalt roofs. It uses a fusion of asphalt and rubber to create a virtually seamless cover to prevent leaks. This option is best for flat or nearly flat roofs.

Asphalt Shingles

Asphalt shingles are the most popular roofing choice due to their relatively inexpensive cost. Installation is easy too. With minimal maintenance, these shingles can protect your roof for many years.

 

Steel Roofing

Steel roofing is incredibly durable in cold weather conditions. It is also made from easily recyclable material. This type of roofing can even be applied directly over a preexisting roof..

Sheet Metal Roofing

Sheet metal roofing is lightweight and easy to install. It offers low cost maintenance and fire resistance. Metal also reflects heat from the sun, minimizing cooling costs in the summer.

4 Ply Roofing

Multiple ply roofing creates a watertight barrier capable of providing multiple years of protection. The underlying layers provide a back-up to guard against the elements. These roofs are also more rigid and stable surface for any rooftop systems or outdoor space.

Rubberized Roofing

Rubber roofs are inexpensive and a breeze to install. This durable material has been known to last as long as 50 years. Of course, it is entirely waterproof.

Flat Roofing

There are multiple options for covering flat roofs. The best choices repel the water that can easily accumulate on these surfaces. Rubber, steel and asphalt are all solid choices for maximum flat roof coverage.

EPDM Roofing

EPDM or ethylene propylene diene monomer  is a readily available and simple to apply  synthetic rubber. Application is fast and easy. and upkeep is just as simple. The seamless rubber offers essential elemental protection.

Cold Roofs

In cold roofs, outside air is able to flow freely under the roof sheathing. This creates an advantage by preventing the accumulation of ice in the winter. The steady temperature extends the life of the roof.

Hot Roofs

In contrast to cold roofs, hot roofs are closed to fresh air flow. This lowers costs of installation. Additionally, vaulted ceilings can be installed without the need for expensive double sheathing systems.