Residential Roofing

Composite Shingle

Composite shingles are the most popular type of residential roofing material today and provide one of the most cost effective solutions for your roofing needs. There are two types of asphalt shingles; organic and glass fiber. Both have ceramic granules that protect against premature deterioration from UV rays as well as provide unique aesthetics.

Metal Roofing

One of the most durable building products available is metal.  Metal roofing not only provides exceptional durability and aesthetics, but increased energy efficiency over traditional roofing products. 

Tile Roofing

Clay tile roofing provides great aesthetics for homes with a southwestern or Spanish Mission design as well as some modern design, and comes in a variety of colors.

Tile roofing has an exceptionally long life cycle – and is expected to have a greater lifespan than that of the material on which the roofing rests. Tile won’t rot or burn, and it can’t be harmed by insects. It requires little maintenance, and comes in a variety of colors, types, styles and brands. The clay tiles themselves are fragile, so walking on them can be difficult. Although they are fragile to weight, they are extremely resistent to the elements including harmful UV rays.

The biggest drawback to clay tile can be its weight. Depending on the material used to make it, tile can be very heavy; so much so that it may require additional support and engineering. Additionally, tile generally costs more than traditional asphalt shingle roofs.