Asphalt shingles are the most commonly utilized roofing materials, and will work with most roof designs. 3-Tab asphalt isn’t as durable or long-lasting as other materials, so we utalize three demensional shingles if you are in an area with extreme weather such as hail, windstorms, heavy rain, earthquakes, tornadoes and hurricanes.


    Stone-coated steel or other forms of composite material could be a good choice if you want the durability of a metal roof but prefer the look of stone or slate. These types of shingles don’t work on steeply pitched or extreme slopes due to the weight of the adhesives used and the tiles themselves.


    Wooden shingles, such as cedar shingles or cedar shakes, are another good choice for a long-term investment due to their longevity, durability, and high-end feel, and they will work with most of the aforementioned roof types/styles.


    Clay or concrete tile might be a good choice if you live in a location with harsh weather patterns. While they tend to be used in hot, dry climates, most clay or concrete tiles are rated for wind uplift of 125 MPH or higher.


    Slate roofing systems are considered to be some of the most luxurious or high-end roofing options. Not only is natural slate uniquely striking, it can last for 50 to 100 years or longer, making a slate roof an excellent long-term investment.


    Metal roofing is another increasingly popular choice, due to its resilience, lower maintenance, and ability to mimic most other roofing materials including slate, clay tiles, or wooden shakes.



Do you provide homeowners insurance inspections?

Yes, we provide a detailed inspection for FREE with NO additional cost to file the paperwork directly with your insurance company.

Do I have to replace gutters and downspouts?

As long as they are in good shape and are not in need of fixing or replacing then we can work around them.

What if my newly installed roof leaks?

We stand by our work, so if there are any leaks in the new roof, we cover the repair cost to the roof and any damage caused by the leak with a 5-year warranty.  Roof materials have a 30-year limited warranty with Owens Corning. 

Can I install a new roof and solar with NO up-front costs?

YES! Infact we believe we are doing a disservice if we do not do both. We can add them together into one finance; with the 2022, 26.5% solar tax-credit, most people end up paying a lower bill than their average utility bill for both a new roof and solar combined!