Roofing Materials

Renovations
Roofing Products

When it comes to Roofing Materials, we’ve got you covered. Replacing or repairing your roof requires a number of considerations including where you live, cost, and what your home needs. Not all homes are built the same and so we offer a number of different materials to fit the needs of your home. We will discuss with you and determine what suits your home with an understanding of what you need to protect you and your family, because when it comes to Home......from the inside out®, we’ve got you covered.

  •  Asphalt shingles are among the most common materials used in roofing. With Class A fire-resistance (Class A being the highest in fire-resistance), asphalt shingles are dependable and reliable. Asphalt shingles use organic or fiberglass reinforcement, fiberglass being the most common in the roofing market. Both materials can be laminated for a textured look, and are available in different colors to fit your preferences. We offer zinc or copper- coating to protect against algae attack common in humid climates.
  •  Wood shingles and shakes are made with a variety of different types of wood including redwood and cedar. You’ll love wood shingles for their rustic look. While wood shingles and shakes have a Class C fire-resistance rating (Class C being the lowest in fire-resistance), a coating can be applied for more resistance so you can get the look and protection you need for your home.
  •  Clay and concrete tiles are among the most durable roofing materials. However, if your home has not already been determined to be a strong enough structure to bear the weight of heavy tile or had tile installed already, we will need to verify that your home can withstand the material before newly installing the heavy tiles.
  •  Metal roofs are considered durable and long-lasting, but get a bad reputation for not being appealing to the eye. We can work with you to give you the material you want as well as an aesthetically pleasing home. Shingles are made to look similar to more traditional asphalt and wood shingles, and choosing a color that compliments the rest of your home will give your home a nice look. We also offer metal panels in a variety of shapes.