FRUGAL MEETS FLEXIBILITY
With low installation fees and impressive homeowner incentives, it’s easy to see why frugal shoppers prefer this roof type. In addition to this financial trait, the design potential for the composition roof is very flexible, due to the wide variety of shingle colors.
Our composition shingles are available in three primary design styles: 3-tab, laminate, and premium. Each style can be optimized to match the color and texture of your home. This design flexibility is very useful for repairs and renovations, as it makes it possible to seamlessly blend roof areas together.
Every shingle type offers homeowners various benefits, such as energy efficiency (EnergyStar™), fire, algae, mold, and hail impact resistance.
Many insurance providers offer discounts or other benefits to households that are equipped with fire and hail resistant features. In addition, tax reduction incentives are available for qualifying homes that are using reclaimed and EnergyStar™ rated materials.
A LIFETIME OF PROTECTION
Metal roofing is a low maintenance, durable, visually stunning option with financial incentives that give it a competitive edge in the true cost of ownership. And on top of all that, it will last a lifetime.
Metal roofing offers a variety of styles and design options. Whether using metal shingles, tiles, panels or sheets, you can put on a look that ranges from modern to traditional and everything in between. No matter which direction creativity takes you, you can always count on a lifetime of durability metal roofing is known for.
A professionally installed metal roof is a low maintenance roof. The inherent durability and imbedded sustainability of metal roofing products ensure big savings over time. Design it. Build it. Forget about it.
Most metal roofs offer at least one homeowner friendly property, hail, fire, algae resistance, and EnergyStar™ tax incentives. and other insurance discounts. When dealing with insurance discounts, we work hand in hand with your agent to make sure we adhere strictly to guidelines to ensure maximum benefits for every homeowner.
Slate and tile roofing combines durability and beauty in a product that can adapt to any architectural style. You’ll be the envy of your block with a roof that stands out as something truly unique.
Slate and tile roofs are the Cadillac of roofing systems. Protect your home in style with a product that will transform the status quo into something extraordinary. A slate roof is the definition of curb appeal.
Slat & tiles roofs are inherently durable, offering resistances to hail and fire in addition to being energy efficiency and eco-friendly (recycled and reclaimed materials). Certain specialty tiles even scrub the surrounding air of harmful pollutants, converting them to lawn fertilizer when it rains.
The natural resistance of slate and tile to hail and fire are often covered under insurance discounts. EnergyStar™ rated tiles of glass, metal, ceramic, stone, or baked-clay are also often tax deductible.
A ROOF WITH A VIEW
Flat & low slope roofs are often associated with commercial buildings, but are just as often found in residential roofing as well. Flat & low slope roofs offer true accessibility and access which allows for a new lifestyle and entertainment space when a rooftop garden or patio is added.
Flat and low slope roofs have traditionally been reserved for commercial building applications, but are becoming increasingly popular in residential roofing as well. The versatility, affordability, and durability of a low slope roof allow for added functionality without sacrificing value.
Built-up roofs (BUR) in residential applications are great for designing additional exterior space. A flat roof offers opportunities for rooftop gardens, decks, green roofs and patios. You probably won’t ever see the roof surface itself, rather the expansive 360 degree views a rooftop deck provides.
Flat & low slope roofs are perfect for rooftop gardens, green roofs and water collection systems. Recycled water can be used for irrigation, and even be filtered for domestic water use. Green roofs not only look nice, but reduce the carbon footprint of your home and reduce lifetime energy costs.