Our Services Include:
- Shingle Installation
- Tile Installation
- Foam Applications
- Build Up
- Coating Applications
- Seam Metal
- Deck Coatings
- Single Ply
- Emergency Roof Patch & Repairs
- Roof Inspections
In the United States, fiberglass-based asphalt shingles are by far the most common roofing material used for residential roofing applications. Now, you have a few decisions to make; decide on the type of shingle you want installed, pick a roofing shingle color, and decide whether or not you are going to tear off your old roof, or choose to re-roof over the existing shingles, instead. We help guide you through the process.
For roofing, spray polyurethane foam insulates and eliminates thermal bridging through fasteners or gaps in decking while providing a long-lasting roofing system that has a life that can be extended by re-coating or recovering in an average of > 10 – 15 years. As a result spray polyurethane foam is used in a wide variety of applications. SPF is one of the most energy efficient insulation materials on the market today for roof and wall insulation, insulated windows and doors, and air barrier sealants. We can foam over almost anything!
Even the most energy-efficient skylight must be properly installed to ensure that its energy performance is achieved. Therefore, it’s best to have a professional install your skylight. In addition to following the manufacturer’s guidelines when installing a skylight, it’s also important to consider slope and moisture control.
Roof tiles are designed mainly to keep out rain, and are traditionally made from locally available materials such as clay or slate. Modern materials such as concrete and plastic are also used and some clay tiles have a waterproof glaze. Roof tiles are ‘hung’ from the framework of a roof by fixing them with nails. The tiles are usually hung in parallel rows, with each row overlapping the row below it to exclude rainwater and to cover the nails that hold the row below. We offer lifetime tiles and underlayment.
Built-Up Roofing is one of the oldest and most reliable ways of installing a new roof. It was first known as composition roofing and started in the 1840′s. B.U.R.’s come in two basic types, asphalt and coal tar, and three basic components – (1) the waterproofing component, (2) the reinforcing component, and (3) the surfacing component which is used to protect the other components from the elements.