Residential Roofing Types

Asphalt Shingle Roofing

Asphalt shingle roofing is the most common type of roof for homes today. Asphalt shingles are available in a variety of colors and options, and are both affordable and easy to install.

We can help you select the right asphalt shingle for your home, and have access to numerous manufacturers and suppliers so you can get exactly what you want at a price you can afford.

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Metal Roofing

Metal roofs are durable and sustainable, and typically require little maintenance. Metal roofing material commonly contains recycled content and are among the most energy efficient roofing style available. An added advantage of metal roos are that they are fire resistant.

Metal roofs are commonly made of steel, aluminum, or copper. Various coating options are available to achieve a specific look and to enhance the durability of the roofing material.

Synthetic Tile Roofing

Synthetic tile roofs provide the same aesthetic appeal of a traditional tile or shake roof, but the engineered materials are designed to last longer and outperform natural materials. This is a premium roofing system that is available in numerous colors and styles to suit your needs.

Many synthetic roof materials are made of recycled materials and are rated highly for fire resistance.

Slate Roofing

Slate roofs provide numerous benefits for homeowners including durability, beauty, and fire resistance. Slate roofing tiles are made of naturally occurring rock that is cut into sheets and tiles. With regular maintenance and proper installation, slate roofs commonly last for 80-100 years.

Natural slate roof tiles are available in a variety of colors and sizes. Because it is a natural material, no two tiles are alike, providing a unique, appealing appearance that can add character to your home.

Cement/Clay Tile Roofing

Tile roofs are most commonly used on homes with a Southwestern design, but clay and cement tiles come in a variety of colors and shapes to suit any style. Clay and cement tile roofing is exceptional at creating a heat transfer barrier to protect your home from high temperatures in the summer, and to insulate your home in the winter.

This type of roof is very durable and weather resistant, though the tiles themselves can be fragile. In many cases, clay tile roofs have an average lifespan of approximately 50 years.

Cedar Shake Roofing

Cedar shake shingles are made of wood – most commonly cedar, red wood, or cypress – and offer your home a natural or organic appearance.

Cedar shake roofs are commonly installed due to their aesthetic appeal, but they are also resistant to damage from severe weather, easy to repair, and last longer and are more insulative than asphalt shingles.