Roofing Types


Composite roofing is the most common type of residential roofing used today. Composite shingles made of asphalt are a safer option against fire and water damage due to their fiberglass base. It is also a long-lasting and lower maintenance option.

Cedar Shake

Cedar roofing is a naturally beautiful option to add incredible curb appeal to your home. It is sustainable and environmentally friendly. Cedar shake roofing can last upwards of 30 years when maintained correctly.


Tile roofing isn’t just visually pleasing, it’s also an extremely durable option for residences. The heavy-duty tiles are resistant to water, high winds and fire. Tile roofing is a low maintenance option once it is properly installed and can last a lifetime.


TPO roofing is a great choice for a commercial building with a flat roof. TPO is favored due to its durability and energy-saving efficiency. The bright white roof makes the building more resistant to heat and cuts energy costs.

Single Ply

Single-ply roofing is another common option for commercial buildings. This technique consists of flexible sheets of compound materials bound to insulation to provide protection to the building. It’s a lightweight option that still offers durability.

Mop Down

Mop down roofing is often used in the construction of commercial buildings. It is a quicker and more cost-effective option for installation. In this technique, a layer of hot asphalt is applied to the base of the roof.

Torch Down

Torch down is another common roofing choice for a flat or low slope commercial building. It consists of flexible rubberized asphalt that is rolled out for installation. It tolerates extreme weather conditions by easily expanding and contracting.

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