Flat and Low Sloped Roof

Many modern homes, town homes, and condos are built with flat or low slope roofs. If not properly maintained, these types of roofs can develop costly problems. A roof that is nearly level or slightly pitched is called a low-slope roof. No roof should be dead level flat; it must have at least a slight … Continue reading “Flat and Low Sloped Roof”

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Wood Shake Roof

Add a natural and rustic look to your home with wood shake roofing. Offering a variety of widths, thickness, and colors, wood roofs are always unique and will set your home apart from others in the neighborhood. A shake is a basic wooden shingle that is made from split logs. Shakes have traditionally been used … Continue reading “Wood Shake Roof”

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Metal Synthetic Roofing

If you’re looking for a durable roofing type that is fire retardant and requires the least amount of maintenance, then a metal roof may be the perfect fit for your home. Metal roofing options consist of steel, aluminum, tin and copper. They are often perfect for bungalows, ranch-styled homes, cottages, and historic homes. Metal roofs … Continue reading “Metal Synthetic Roofing”

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Asphalt Shingles

An asphalt shingle is a type of roof shingle. They are one of the most widely used roofing covers because they are relatively inexpensive and fairly simple to install. Two types of asphalt shingles are used: organic and fiberglass or glass fiber. Organic shingles are generally paper (waste paper) saturated with asphalt to make it waterproof, then a top coating of adhesive asphalt is applied and ceramic granules … Continue reading “Asphalt Shingles”

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