Materials & Options
We have a full range of options for every type of roof from high-slope to low-slope & residential to commercial.
Metal Roof Systems
Spray polyurethane Foam roofing (SPF)
Polumer-modified Bitumen sheet Membranes
Single-ply Membranes (Thermoplastic & Thermoset)
Glossary of Terms
High-slope Roofing implements shingle style layering of individual components constructed using underlayment, roof covering, and roof deck to minimize weathering.
Tar paper made from glass fibre or polyester fleece impregnated with bituminous material, and used in roof construction for temporary waterproofing. Also provides a barrier between the elements and your home.
Low-Slope Roofing uses waterproofing labels, reinforcements, and surfacing that help protect the roof from the sun and weather changes.
Laminated or Dimensional
Composition shingles manufactured to resemble wood shakes.
Your basic compositions of flat shingles, most common on a standard roof.
Installation of 4’x8′ OSB or plywood sheets to provide a nailable surface, typically only needed when changing to compositional roofing.
Another term for “shingle.”
Roofing terminology for 100 square feet (10’x10′ square)
Removal of existing layer(s) of roofing materials.