Roof Replacements

When your roof is beyond repair, it’s important to seek a roof replacement as soon as possible to protect the building and its contents. We walk you through the process from start to finish, assessing which materials best fit your situation, how best to waterproof and weatherproof your roof, how many layers to include in your new roof, and more. Don’t wait until it’s too late—protect yourself and your assets with our professional roof replacements.

Roof Repairs & Maintenance

Sometimes all a leaking or damaged roof needs is a solid repair from a trained professional. By investing in our high-quality roof repairs, you can solve your roof’s problems, extend your roof’s lifespan, and save money by avoiding the cost of a full roof replacement. We conduct a careful assessment of your roof and offer a host of solutions to fit your needs, from waterproofing and weatherproofing to adding more protective layers or retrofitting a new metal roof over your existing one.

Low Slope

SBS/APP Modified Bitumen

When it comes to waterproofing, modified bitumen is the standard. Bitumen itself is extremely useful in weatherproofing, and by modifying it with additional materials, we can make it even stronger. We offer two of the most common types of modified bitumen, SBS and APP, to suite a variety of needs. SBS is modified with rubber, which makes it highly resistant to aging, oxidation, and weathering caused by wind or heat. It is also faster to install. APP, on the other hand, is modified with plastic, which makes it easier to melt. This makes it ideal for smaller roofs. We work with you to determine which modified bitumen is the best fit for your project and your needs, in both the short term and long term.

Built-Up Roofing (Asphalt, Coal Tar Pitch)

BUR, or built-up roofing, is created by layering modified bitumen and other materials, such as insulation. This gives your roof more layers of protection from water and other damaging elements. We modify your bitumen layers with either asphalt or coal tar pitch, both of which are water resistant. By using a variety of layers for different purposes, you can reap the benefits of them all rather than having to choose between them.

Single Ply (EPDM, PVC, TPO)

As its name suggests, single ply roofing is installed in a single layer, allowing for quicker installation and often times a lower price. For larger roofs, we use EPDM, a thermoset membrane made in larger sizes, which leads to fewer seams. We also offer PVC and TPO, thermoplastic membranes that can increase your roof’s durability. With any of these single-ply materials, your roof will be lightweight, putting less stress on the building, as well as resistant to ultraviolet radiation and flexible enough to fit any roof shape or design.

Steep Slope

Asphalt Shingles

Around the U.S., asphalt shingles are used on roofs far and wide. These shingles are great for waterproofing, and they resist damage from wind, hail, fire, and more. We use organic shingles when you need extra strength against cold weather and fiberglass shingles when you need the best protection against fires. With their durability, low cost, and simple installation, asphalt shingles are an effective option for many roofs.

Clay Tile

Clay tile roofs are attractive and long-lasting investments. Made in a variety of colors, clay tiles can last over a century and require little maintenance. They are resistant to fire and wind, while also helping to insulate your home. We consider your roof’s slope and underlay to ensure the best choice of clay tile and mortar for your roof, making sure you get the most out of your investment.

Metal Roofs (Standing Seam, Retrofits, R-Panels)

Metal roofing offers an alternative to conventional roofing materials. Lightweight, long-lasting, and resistant to water, wind, and fire, it’s an excellent investment that can be installed quickly. If water leaks are a big concern, we use standing seams to raise your seams, which helps to prevent moisture from penetrating your roof. We also offer retrofitting, or installation of a new metal roof over your current roof, to cut the costs and inconveniences of removing your roof. For retrofitting, low sloped roofs, and cost-conscious customers, we use R-Panels to provide the best value for your metal roofing.