A tile is a manufactured piece of hard-wearing material such as ceramic, stone, metal, or even glass. This provides durability and elegance to your roof. Besides, it is recommended as an insulator against heat because of its form and composition.
We can provide a large selection of tiles if you are interested in making a repair or new roof.
Shingles have been made of various materials such as wood, slate, asbestos-cement, bitumen-soaked paper covered with aggregate (asphalt shingle), composite or ceramic. This kind of roof is less expensive than tile roof and is the most popular used in USA.
You can choose from different colors and texture if you need to use this kind of material.
While metal roofs are expensive, rising oil prices have made metal roofs more affordable in relation to asphalt shingles. The material used in metal roofing is versatile and durable. It can be used on residential, commercial, industrial or agricultural buildings. Metal roofing is ordered per piece, whether an individual sheet, a piece of trim, or ridge material. In new construction, proper estimating results in very little waste. Sheets can be ordered at exact lengths, requiring less job-site modifications.
Flat roofs are most common in commercial buildings although most of the additions to residential homes are built with this type of roof. Materials used are different in each case, as it depends on the type of structure used as wood, concrete, etc.
This type of roof usually uses one or more layers of insulation to keep the building cool and provide a slope to prevent standing water.
According to customer requirements and the degree of damage you have on your roof, we can recommend several options that can improve both the financial aspect of the work and the quality of it.
What is certain is that we will solve your problem no matter what. Just contact us for an estimate.
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