Options to keep you dry
Built-up roofing is the gold standard, and one of our specialties. This system is built up with layers of asphalt-impregnated fiberglass, adhered with layers of asphalt. Because every layer of asphalt and every layer of fiberglass is individually waterproof, even relatively deep penetrations won’t break the seal. And the asphalt can help to absorb the brunt from impacts such as hail or branches without breaking.
In sensitive areas, we also have low odor and low VOC roofing options, including cold application BUR and torch down systems.
For built-up roofs, we are a certified roofer with CertainTeed and Garland Industries, which allows us to issue multi-decade NDL warranties for those systems.
Modern roof manufacturers have made advances in cost effective roofing solutions, producing a range of materials such as TPO, EPDM, PVC, KEE and more. What these systems have in common is that they are applied as a single waterproof membrane. That makes these systems much faster to install and much less expensive.
We have relationships to issue NDL warranties from Carlisle-Syntec, Sika Sarnafil, Garland Industries, and Versico.
For sloped roofs, we recommend multi-ribbed or standing seam metal. Another old-but-good standard of the industry, these roofs often last for years beyond their warranty without issues.
We partner with Garland Industries and Central States Manufacturing for NDL warranties. We also install systems from other manufacturers such as McElroy Metals (Metal Mart).
Staying true to our roots as a residential roofing company, we estimate and install shingle roofs at competitive rates. We also work for insurance adjustments, and our estimating team has done over 1500 insurance claims, so we can get you the nicest roof for your claim. We use the latest styles and technologies, and always work within code.
For low slope roofs such as patios, we recommend torch down modified bitumen membranes, for an economical and resilient roof.
We can supply limited warranties from CertainTeed, Atlas and GAF for shingles, and Polyglass and Tamko for torch-down.