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When it comes to residential areas, roofing shingles are the most commonly used type of covering on the market. There are various types of roofing shingles: asphalt, wood, ceramic, cedar shake, and so on.  Depending on the slope of your home and climate, the great thing about roof shingles is that they vary in cost, weight, durability, color, and architectural style -- giving you more options.

These roof systems are the most durable weather resistant available on the market. Standing seam metal roofs are made up of continuous panels that run from the ridge of the roof all the way down to the eaves. In each panel, seams connected by fasteners are raised above the flat metal roof surface. These seams reduce weather resistant weaknesses known to be found on other roof shingles.  Copper also falls under standing-seam metal roofing. Though copper is not used to cover a large roofing surface for a house or building, it does have uses in smaller building applications like spikes, dormers, chimney caps and pots, bay windows, vents, and cornices  Furthermore, these roof systems are more energy efficient because its natural metal properties reflect rather than absorb more heat.  


These tiles are engineered composite shingles that resemble natural shingles but have a much longer durable life than other roofing options.  They provide great weather resistant capabilities, integrate U.V. ray fade resistant surface technology to preserve color, and are shatter resistant unlike other slate counterparts that can break when walked upon in cold weather.  In addition, they are more contractor friendly to install as they are lighter weight and no special installation tools are required.

Synthetic Tiles



Deckrite is a three-ply laminated membrane and it is associated with various applications including decks, exterior walkways, balconies, decks, sun porches, and roofs. Deckrite is a popular alternative to high maintenance areas while it provides a sun resistant, waterproof surface, regardless of the amount of foot traffic. When it comes to roofing, Deckrite can be utilized due to the ability of the polyester fabric (which is the core of what makes the product) to enhance the membranes   stability, puncture strength, and tear resistance.​


Thermoplastic polyolefin has been growing rapidly in use by many commercial buildings while gaining broad industry acceptance. TPO is recognized to meet the growing industry demands for heat-reflective and energy efficient roofing systems by providing resistance to ultraviolet, ozone, and chemical exposure.​


Whether it's the tiniest structure or the largest commercial building it will  always be underneath some type of roof. A roof is commonly something a lot people don't think about, and it is certainly something that usually lives up into doing what it's designed for -- the  first line of defense from about anything that comes from  the sky. From the harshest weather elements to the occasional debris and other elements, a 'roof over our heads' is what helps us have a greater peace of mind without even noticing that it does as much.... But we should because with anything that is manmade, there always be some form of upkeep associated with it, so that it can keep lasting for the years to come.


Neglecting the maintenance on a roof can have serious consequences. According to Homeadvisor, home owners in the United States spend about $6,600 to install a new roof. Though the actual cost depends on a variety of factors, it's still not just some pocket change to get it replaced or repaired.




Ethylene propylene diene monomer, known as EPDM, is a versatile and durable synthetic rubber roofing membrane widely used in low-slope commercial buildings in the United States and worldwide for over half a century. What makes EPDM so versatile is that it offers a variety of installation options and numerous long-term benefits, such as superior weatherability, exceptional wind uplift resistance, extreme flexibility and more.




Standing Seam Metal Roofing

To see how to maintain a healthy good-looking roof that will last, please check out our Tips and Common Issues page.

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