We are experienced in many types, techniques, and materials for residential roofing
Asphalt Shingle roofing is the most common form of roof covering in the United States. The reason is simple: they are economical, quick to install and easy to maintain. There are many kinds of asphalt shingles on the market, including Energy Star certified products that may be eligible for a tax credit.
Clay tile roofing is one of the oldest forms of roofing. Originally brought to America in the 17th century by European settlers, it has remained an architectural and aesthetic staple in many parts of the United States. Today, it is common to see “clay roofing” made of various aggregates.
Concrete Tile Roofing holds several of the same advantages – over more common roof types.
Concrete roof tiles are made from mixing portland cement, sand, water – then placed in a mold to get the desired shape and thickness. Color can be added to concrete roof tiles either as an additive where the color is mixed throughout or as a coating. As with clay tiles, concrete roofing tiles are very strong and durable – resisting damage from fire, wind, hail, and heat.
Slate Roofing isn’t just a roof for those who love it – it is American history, architectural beauty, a work of art. It tells a story of the land it came from, and the men who labored and handcrafted the rock into tiles. Slate roofing is one of the most durable roofing materials available today. A properly installed slate roof covering can easily last for 100 years, requiring little maintenance