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As specialists in residential and commercial roofing services, we are dedicated to providing customer service that is second to none. Whether you have a new construction project or it is time for repairs, we offer the roofing services you need.
We provide a full consultation to explain your available options so that you can choose the roofing plan that’s right for your home or business. We will work with you and adhere to your personal needs, and then we'll be in contact through the whole project.
We strive to save you both time and money by combining roofing knowledge, the highest quality parts and equipment, and dedication to delivering exceptional service. We will not leave the job until it is finished and you are satisfied with the results.
Metal Roofing Systems can last up to four times longer than traditional roofing materials. Most steel and aluminum metal roofing systems come with a 30- to 50-year warranty, saving homeowners the cost and trouble of having to ever replace their roof. Because of their durability, metal roofs also require less maintenance and fewer repairs
Asphalt Roofing Shingles have been the economical choice of homeowners for many years.
Architectural Roofing Shingles are high quality asphalt roofing products with distinctive, often dramatic appearances.
Specialty Asphalt Shingles mimic an “old world” style of shingles- such as natural shake, or slate.
Tile Roofing is made to withstand the natural elements and last a long time. Tile roofs are known to last decades longer than the average shingle roof, often 50 years or longer in some dryer climates. Tile roofs are made to withstand rain, hail and high winds, and are also fire proof.
Clay Tile Roofing is extremely durable and can withstand extremes in temperature and weather. According to the National Association of Homebuilders, the average lifespan of a clay tile is about 75 years. Clay tiles are also easy to repair, as only the damaged portion needs to be replaced instead of the entire roof.
Concrete Roofing Tiles are a popular, budget-friendly alternative to traditional clay roofing tiles. Concrete tiles have a long lifespan up to 50 years, require low maintenance, offer good fire protection (Class A rated), and are resistant to rot and insects
Flat Roof. Known for their space saving, compact design, flat roofs are particularly good for smaller structures, such as extensions, dormer, porches and garages. A flat roof is basically a horizontal base fixed to the building's ceiling joists and then covered with a waterproof membrane
In the steamy summer months, a metal roof cools down quicker at night. That lets the whole house cool off faster. Aside from the comfort advantage, it’s also less work for your air conditioner, less to pay the power company. A metal roof is lighter than shingles, shakes, concrete or tile. So it’s easier for the roof structure to carry. And, if you’re replacing an older roof, metal’s light weight often means you won’t have to rip off the old one before putting up the new. Metal roofs can be an attractive option because of their longevity, minimal maintenance, and energy efficiency. And you can choose from tin, zinc, aluminum, copper, or galvanized steel — just make sure your metal roofing material is tested and labeled by UL, FM Global, or the equivalent, and that you check with your local building department for any code requirements.
In Florida, you typically have two choices of shingles for your roof: architectural shingles or 3-tab shingles. Architectural Shingles are the best shingles for Florida because they have a longer lifespan and better durability than 3-tab shingles. Additionally, the price difference is not significant. Architectural shingles are great for homeowners who want shingles but need their roof to withstand harsh weather and intense humidity.
Asphalt Shingle Roofing consist of a fiberglass matting that has been impregnated with asphalt and coated with a colored granular surface. These roofing shingles come in a variety of sizes, colors, and surface designs that imitate other roof types such as wood, slate and even roofing tiles. They are affordable and provide a good weathering surface that is virtually maintenance free.
Architectural Shingle Roofing
The most popular shingles on the market today are Architectural shingles. There are many different names for this kind of shingle, including; Dimensional, Laminated, 3-D and Architectural. The Architectural shingles have different size tabs that give the roof a dimensional, textured look. Most Architectural shingles on the market today come with a Life Time Pro-rated warranty.
3-Tab Shingle Roofing
3-Tab shingles have been around for decades. The reason these shingles are called 3-Tab is because there are 3 distinct tabs per every shingle. The tabs were designed to allow the water to flow off the shingles more easily. Aesthetically, the 3-tab will lay flat, providing no “texture” to the roof. They are lighter than Architectural shingles, and will not last as long. In Florida, most 3-Tab shingles don’t meet the wind requirements of 110 mph. They were originally designed for 60 mph gusts. This is why most every roof replacement has architectural shingles installed now
Tile roofs are a Florida favorite for their incredibly durable construction and aesthetically appealing design. And with Florida’s unique climate, tile is sought after for its natural resistance to sun damage along with its superior protection against rot. Tiled roofs are beautiful and durable. They are also expensive and heavy, but that is perhaps to be expected from a roofing material that can last 100 years. Traditionally, most roofing tiles were made from slate or a fired clay or terra cotta product, but today's roofing titles are very often made from molded, tinted concrete. Tile Roofing can come in many shapes: curved, flat, fluted, or interlocking, and in many styles.
Pros of Tile Roofing
Types of Flat Roofs - Built-up roofing (BUR) has a long history. This “old-school” flat roof treatment involves the application of roofing felt (tar paper) and asphalt-based roofing tar, often in multiple layers. A top layer of gravel or a reflective coating is required to cut down on heat gain and improve durability. Maintenance and repair work usually call for more felt and coating layers to be applied. Over time, this adds weight to the roof and increases the mess and expense of its eventual removal. Though BUR remains an economical option, it can’t compete with more modern flat roofing materials in terms of low maintenance, light weight and durability.
Modified bitumen works well on residential flat roofs. Because it comes in 3-ft.-wide rolls, modified bitumen roofing is easy to handle and apply. Basically, you roll out the material so that seams overlap. Seams can be fused with a torch or sealed with special adhesive. The roof surface gets a reflective coating for durability and reduced heat absorption.
EPDM roofing . Despite its exotic chemical derivation, ethylene propylene diene monomer (EPDM for short) has the look and feel of an everyday rubber inner tube. EPDM comes in large rolls and is well-suited to application over any large, flat roof surface, providing the substrate is clean and uniform. The flexible rubber material is glued to the roof substrate and to adjacent EPDM sections (Installation with mechanical fasteners is also possible). An EPDM roof can easily last 20 years with minimal maintenance, but its dark tone absorbs a tremendous amount of heat. To prolong the life of this single-ply roof and reduce cooling costs, a reflective top coating is essential. Alternatively, you can pay extra for EPDM membrane with a white top layer.
PVC roofing offers top performance for a premium price. This single-ply roofing material is made from polyvinyl chloride, the same high-performance plastic used in plumbing pipes. Like EPDM, PVC is most frequently used on larger commercial roofing jobs. Seams between PVC sheets are welded together with a specially designed heat gun. The resulting membrane is impermeable to moisture, with excellent durability. Because PVC roofing is naturally white, it has excellent heat-reflective qualities without any coating or extra treatment.
TPO roofing is a light, affordable single-ply option. TPO is short for thermo-plastic olephine, the chemical composition of this fabric-like roofing material. TPO represents a newer roofing technology that’s still being refined by different manufacturers. The material comes in rolls of different sizes, making it suitable for a variety of flat roof projects. It can be installed with adhesives, mechanical fasteners or heat welding. Like EPDM and PVC roofing, TPO requires a clean, uniform substrate; it can’t be installed directly over existing roofing material. Although TPO usually costs less than EPDM or PVC, it doesn’t yet have the same track record of proven performance.
Spray polyurethane foam (SPF) combines roofing, flashing & insulation. Instead of tearing off an old flat roof, SPF technology enables a contractor to spray on a continuous layer of high-density foam that seals leaks, bridges gaps and forms a waterproof barrier - even around roof penetrations like vent stacks. As a bonus, the cured foam layer has good insulation value, helping to reduce heating and cooling costs. Building owners who want to avoid the mess, disruption and expense of tearing off an old flat roof often find SPF roofing their best option. Once cured, the foam is coated with a sealant that protects against ultraviolet degradation.
Benefits of Clay Tile Roofing- Clay tiles are usually considered more aesthetically pleasing. This roofing solution looks more natural and warm than asphalt shingles, which is a big plus for homeowners who love coming home to a picturesque property. Clay tile roofs look great atop nearly any home, and they are especially complimentary to homes that are sided with stucco, brick, or stone.
Clay tile roofs are also very low maintenance. Unless you notice a cracked tile or two (which are easy to replace), you’ll only have to maintain the flashing, gutters, and other protrusions from the roof of your home.
Clay tiles are also a more environmentally friendly option than asphalt shingles. Since clay is naturally occuring and readily available, it takes little effort and energy to create the tiles. Plus, clay tiles can be recycled, so you won’t have to worry about filling up a landfill with old asphalt shingles.
Clay Tile Roofing is extremely durable and can withstand extremes in temperature and weather. According to the National Association of Homebuilders, the average lifespan of a clay tile is about 75 years. Clay tiles are also easy to repair, as only the damaged portion needs to be replaced instead of the entire roof. A roofer can swap out individual tiles, should any of the tiles on your home crack.
One of the best aspects of clay tiles is its energy efficiency. Many kinds of tile, particularly earth tone or terra cotta colors, effectively reduce the amount of heat absorbed into the tile. The end result is a reduced need for air conditioning since the interior of your home or building isn’t absorbing as much heat. Interiors stay comfortable and, at night, the heat can radiate out of your tiles, which helps your building to maintain a comfortable temperature.