Sloped Roofs



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Metal Roof System:

Metal roofs are some of the coolest roofs in temperature and style for new homes. Metal roofs are available in copper, aluminum, and stainless steel, and often have a high percentage of recycled content. They offer high insulation solar reflectance, and durability, often lasting twice as long as wood or asphalt. Metal shingles typically simulate traditional roof coverings, such as wood shakes, shingles, slate and tile. Aside from its longevity, metal shingles are much lighter than most materials and very resistance to adverse weather

Asphalt Shingles:

Asphalt shingles have a low insulative value and a shorter lifespan than many other roofing materials available today. They are also made from petroleum products and are not usually recyclable because of the layer of fiberglass added to the shingles. Standard asphalt shingles come in a variety of colors, longevity options, and price points and are always going to be your cheapest option for your roof, but they have the worst environmental track record.

Clay & Concrete Tiles:

Clay tiles are very heavy, requiring additional roof framing, but they are non-combustible and extremely durable. Clay roofing tiles can come in lighter colors, which adhere to the cool roof standards and can reflect well over 50% of the sun’s solar energy. Concrete roofing tiles offer elegant, enduring aesthetics for your home’s design and added value. Concrete tiles are very versatile and provide greater protection to the homeowner. These flexible tiles come in so many different hues, shapes, textures and styles that they don’t even look like tiles at all. Shingle, shake and slate are just some of the varieties of tile.

Stone Coated Shingle:

Stone coated metal roofing shingles are designed for homeowners who want the performance benefits of metal roofing and the traditional looks of asphalt shingle roofs. Strong and lightweight, Stone coated metal roofing shingles install easily without battens and can be installed directly over existing asphalt roofing shingles, saving tear-off costs and landfill waste.