Reroofing

Reroofing

Getting a new roof is no small task. We know the inconveniences that come along with such a large project, and that is why we have built our process on the foundation of customer service and attentiveness. From the moment you hire us, our specialists work with you to design a development plan the suits your unique needs. Keeping you informed every step of the way.

We work with a variety of rooftops:

  • Asphalt Shingle Roofs
  • Flat Roofs
  • Natural Wood Shake Roofs
  • Metal Roofs
  • and more…

Buildings We Work On

Single Family Homes

Warehouses

Gymnasiums

Apartments / Condos

Stores & Markets

Banks

Hospitals

Churches

Office Buildings

Schools

Industrial Buildings

Types of Roofs

Asphalt Shingle Roofs

Asphalt Shingle Roofs

One of the more common and affordable roofing materials, asphalt shingles typically last between 5 to 10 years. They are usually sloped or “pitched” and designed like fish scales in order to shed water more easily. In order to extend the life of this roof, keep it clear of debris and stay on top of any punctures or general damage that occurs. Take a look at our maintenance tips for some ideas.

Flat Roofs

Flat Roofs

Flat roofs are a modern design and typically used in office building structures. They are much more affordable than pitched roofs, but they require more maintenance. As you would expect, drainage systems are required for flat roofs as water does not naturally cascade down. Those systems can become clogged leading to damage and leaks, so flat roofs should be checked regularly.

Natural Wood Shake Roofs

Natural Wood Shake Roofs

Wood shakes are thicker than regular wood shingles and can stand up to weather and UV rays a bit better. They require professional installation, but last typically between 35 to 40 years. Just like any wood-based project, it will always last longer with dedicated maintenance. Remove debris and moss and replace any damaged shakes that you find immediately.

Metal Roofs

Metal Roofs

Standing seam metal roofing is popular, especially in areas prone to wildfires. These roofs are made of large steel panels that lay on the roof deck with seams overlapping. Usually made of steel or aluminum, these types of roofs are typically maintenance free and durable. They have lifespans of 30-50 years, but as they are new products in the market, more information is being gathered to assess their true durability. You will want to inspect these panels for dents and make sure there are no issues with fasteners or sealants.



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