COMPOSITION 3-TAB STYLE

We have available all of the major manufacturer’s products. The 3-Tab product carries a 20 to 25 year manufacturer material warranty. Whether it be GAF, Owens Corning, CertainTeed,Tamko, or Atlas, we install it and we install it right!

COMPOSITION LAMINATES SHINGLE

As in the 3-Tab composition products, we also install several lines of laminated shingles. These products range from standard architectural laminates to high definition laminates. We featureGaf-Elk, CertainTeed, Owens Corning, and Tamko products.

WARRANTIES: Ranging from 30 years to lifetime.

There are many color choices available to match your taste and your home.

We are “certified installers” for Gaf-Elk, Owens Corning, and CertainTeed, providing the customer upgrades to warranties only certified installers can offer.

COMPOSITION IMPACT RESISTANT SHINGLE

Several companies presently manufacture products that have been U.L. tested and received Class IV ratings, the highest rating possible. What this rating means to you is a substantial decrease in insurance premium, depending on the rating and your insurance company policies.

These shingles come in the 3 tab series and the laminated composition series; both have a wide variety of colors to meet your taste. These shingles come in 35 year to lifetime manufacturer material warranties.

COMPOSITION DESIGNER SHINGLE

Here’s where we pride ourselves in the composition products. There are several nice selections of these upper-end composition shingles we can show you. Most of the major manufacturers produce these esthetically enhancing shingles.

If you’re removing a cedar roof and going back with a composition roof, look at these designer shingles before you make a decision. With special valley features, ridge features, and color combination features, we think you’ll consider these products. These cedar, shake, slate, and tile look a likes really upgrade the look of your home.

CEDAR SHAKES & SHINGLES

So you want a cedar product? Great, you’ve come to the right place.

We’re members of the Cedar Shake and Shingle Bureau. As Certified Installers, we offer you the longest labor warranty with Bureau backed material Warranties up to lifetime.

Let us show you our Certi-Split and Certi-Grade premium shakes and shingles shipped directly to us from Canada, where the best material in the world is still abundant.

We can also provide Class A or Class C fire treated material as needed along with the Class III & Class IV stamped products. We’re your local cedar experts!

STONE COATED STEEL AND STANDARD METAL:

We install several metal roof products, including stone coated steel, standing seam, and standard metal products. We feature Gerard Stone Coated steel products that resemble either Cedar Shake or Tile and carry the best warranty in the industry.

Most of these products also carry the impact resistant ratings resulting in insurance premium discounts.

ENERGY CONSERVING

Several manufacturers produce energy conserving products. These shingles reflect sunlight to reduce unwanted attic heat buildup, thus saving energy. Along with these shingles, there are several different accessories that can be added to your home to help in energy costs. These products are available upon request and special order.

GREEN SHINGLES:

Many roofing supply manufacturers, including trusted brands such as Owens Corning, Malarkey, and Gerard, now offer eco-friendly options. The products available are varied and include shingles made from reclaimed or sustainably harvested wood and those constructed of recycled plastic. The choice that is best for your home depends on local building codes, the design of your particular roof, and the costs that you are willing to pay.

TPO: THERMOPLASTIC POLYOLEFIN

TPO: Thermoplastic Polyolefin single-ply roofing. This roofing material can be fully adhered, mechanically fastened, or ballasted. TPO seam strengths are reported to be three to four times higher than EPDM roofing systems. This is a popular choice for “Green” building. It is available in white, grey, and black. Using white roof material helps reduce the “heat island effect” and solar heat gain in the building. However, TPO has changed formulations over the years and each manufacturer has its own mix of “polyolefins” (plastics.) This means that TPO remains largely unproven in real world applications as its current formulation exists today.