Making Roof Replacement Neater

When roofing contractors and roof installers install a new roof or a replacement roof, it can sometimes be a messy job. If the old roof has to be torn off, the roofing professionals have to dispose of the materials. Since they are up on the roof while removing them, it isn’t easy to just go throw them in the dumpster.

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Fire Proof Roof

The wildfires that are ravaging Texas illustrate the importance of having a fire resistant roofing material. Roofing contractors can help you select the type of roofing material that will look nice on your home or commercial property while also providing protection against possible fire damage. Today’s safety standards require all roofing materials to have a minimum degree of fire resistance.

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Green Roofs

A roof is considered a green roof when it is covered, either partially or completely, with vegetation and growing media that have been planted atop an installed waterproof membrane. Green roofs have been around for hundreds of years. Their economic and environmental benefits have caused them to gain popularity in recent years. Also called “living roofs,” these unique rooftops absorb

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Solar Roof Shingles

Solar roof shingles provide your home with protection from the elements along with the ability to create energy from the sun’s rays. As cost of production falls solar roof shingles are gaining popularity throughout the United States. Solar roof shingles look very similar to “regular” shingles, however they are connected to wires which route and collect solar energy. Solar roof

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Rubber Shingle Roofs & Roofing

Rubber roof systems fall into a category known as synthetic roofing materials. This type of roofing can be manufactured to approximate the look of asphalt shingles, concrete tiles, clay tiles, metal panels, slate, wood shakes and wood shingles. Rubber roof shingles, available since 1993, are considered a new roofing material. Rubber roof shingles cost a fraction of the other roof

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Commercial Single-Ply Roofing

Over the past thirty years commercial single-ply roofing systems have gained popularity for use on commercial buildings. These roof systems provide strong, durable, flexible roofing for low-slope roofs. This type of roof system is watertight and can be manufactured with a “cool roof” surface, a highly-reflective surface that increases the energy efficiency of the building. Building cooling costs are reduced

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Metal Roof Systems

Metal roofs were traditionally used almost exclusively on low-slope roofs. In recent years they have become a popular roofing option for homes and buildings with steep-slope roofs as well. Metal roofs systems are available in an array of attractive, durable and earth-friendly styles. Prized for their long lifespan, metal roofs can be used to simulate the look of other roof

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Slate Roofs

Slate roofs have been around for hundreds of years. Slate is a natural roofing material historically used in the Northeastern United States. In recent years the use of slate as a roofing material has become more widespread throughout the country. The classic, natural look of a slate roof provides a lovely aesthetic appeal. Properly installed slate roofs are nearly indestructible;

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Concrete Tile Roofs

Concrete tiles are a durable roofing material available in a broad range of colors, finishes, textures, and shapes. Concrete roof tiles can provide the same aesthetic appeal of clay Mission style and Spanish style roofs at a significantly lower cost, usually around $100 per square for a basic product and installation. Although it is typically associated with warmer climates, certain

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Clay Tile Roofs

Clay tile is a durable, attractive roofing material. In the Southwestern United States and throughout Florida, round-topped clay tiles (called Mission Style and Spanish Style) are popular. Clay tile can also be manufactured with a flat top to approximate French and English aesthetics. Tile that looks like slate roofing and hand-split wood shake roofing is also available. Clay roof tiles

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