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Your home is likely your most valuable asset, so choosing the proper residential roofing material for quality roofing protection it is incredibly important. There are many different options available for residential roofing installation, all listed below, and each has pros and cons.
Our team can help you decide what roof type is right for your home. Please contact us and we will guide you to pick the residential roof type that is right for you and your home.
With a wide range of colors, styles and applications, shingles are a great choice for residential roofs of all shapes and styles. Shingles can modernize and beautify your home as well as be energy efficient with the choice of certain color blends.Learn More
Tile roofing beautifies a home in a way that no other product can. With modern innovations, concrete and clay roof tile manufacturers can produce tiles to suit any architectural style, from authentic Spanish and Mediterranean to New England Colonial, historic, or contemporary designs.Learn More
Slate roofing is one of the oldest and longest lasting roofing materials that has ever been used in residential roofing applications. Slate comes in a wide variety of colors, shapes and sizes. Slate has a proven track record and will last as long as your home structure.Learn More
Metal roofs are an excellent choice for residential homes. Standing seam metal roofs provide a lifetime residential roofing solution to homeowners that don’t want to worry about their roof again. Standing seam metal roofs are energy efficient, environmentally friendly and can cost less to maintain over the years.Learn More
Copper residential roofing offers character and durability that can last for hundreds of years. No other metal roof can match its appearance and ability to compliment any style of home. From the traditional to the modern look, copper's warmth and beauty makes it a preferred material for many homeowners.Learn More
Wood shakes and wood shingles are unique and a totally green residential roofing product. Shakes last a long time when installed properly and can add an unmatched design style to a home.Learn More
Synthetic slate residential roofing is a great option for someone that wants the real look of slate but who’s home structure design is not able to handle the weight of natural slate. Synthetic slate looks real, lasts up to 50 years and is much more affordable than a real slate roof.Learn More