Residential Roofing

Most homeowners are concerned with the look of their property and want to select exterior materials that enhance the home's value. When it comes to selecting roofing products, most homeowners are concerned about how the curb appeal will be affected by the new roof style and color. Once installed, they are often surprised by how much better a home can look when quality products, styles and colors are used.

Longevity is another factor homeowners should consider carefully when selecting any residential roofing material. In addition to adding curb appeal, top quality roofing products last longer. While budget considerations are always important, professional roofers know the value of using high-end materials, especially in regions where snow and hail are common. Better quality roofing products simply stand up better under adverse weather conditions.

Working with one of our professional representatives will help homeowners to improve curb appeal while, at the same time, protect their home investment for many years to come.

Asphalt Shingles

Asphalt shingles are the leading choice for residential roofing in the United States because they provide quality, durability, versatility and economy. Over 12.5 billion square feet of asphalt shingle products are manufactured annually – enough to cover more than 5 million homes every year. Four out of five homes are roofed with asphalt shingles. Asphalt shingles offer consumers the broadest array of colors, shapes, and textures available. With an enormous range of styles, asphalt shingles can match almost every type of architectural design and achieve virtually any desired effect – and do it affordably. Ask us about our 50 year non-prorated installation and manufacturer’s warranty.

Slate Shingles

Slate shingles are often referred to as the most beautiful and durable roofing material known to man. For centuries, it’s been the roofing material of choice for the world’s greatest buildings. In fact, some slate roofs have lasted for literally hundreds of years, enduring all of the ravages that Mother Nature could throw at them.

Cedar Shakes/Cedar Shingles

Cedar shingles are more precisely milled than shakes, and provide a more refined classic appearance, which is well suited to a wide range of styles. Shingles were the siding of choice for the post Victorian "Shingle Style" of the late 19th century, as well as for the many styles of the Arts and Crafts Period. Cedar shake installations provide a more irregular, rustic appearance. They make a less sophisticated, more charming statement that works well for some smaller cottage styles.

Metal Roofing

Today's residential metal roofing is made to look exactly like common roofing material - such as asphalt shingle, cedar shake, or slate roofing - only stronger and more durable. There's certain to be a style and finish to match your home and neighborhood.

Metal Shingle/Slate

Metal Shingles create the distinctive look of smooth, uniform slate tiles. For those who appreciate a classic refined appearance, these shingles provide outstanding performance and value for your home.

Vertical Panels

Traditionally, steel roofing panels have been used mostly on commercial, industrial and farm buildings. Today's technological advances in building materials have made it both practical and economical to use pre-painted vertical panels in virtually all color combinations for residential use.

Metal Shake

Metal shake is the investment grade alternative to traditional wooden shake. You'll love the authentic look of wood, while gaining a variety of color choices with longer lasting, more durable metal.