Gutters

Gutter services we provide include: Seamless Metal Gutter Install, Seamless Metal Gutter Repair, Copper Gutter Install, Copper Gutter Repair, Galvanized Gutter Install, Galvanized Gutter Repair, Wood Gutter Repair, Gutter Covers & Accessories Install

Roofing

Install and Repair for the Following Types of Roofing: Asphalt Shingle, Flat Foam or Single Ply, Metal, Natural Slate, Traditional Tile, Wood Shake

Miscellaneous

Some of the other services we offer include: Home Inspection, Roofing Inspection, Painting, Power Washing, Metal Roof Paint- For Business, Clean Roof - For Business

Asphalt Shingle

An asphalt shingle is a type of wall or roof shingle that uses asphalt for waterproofing. It is one of the most widely used roofing covers in North America. There are three different types - Strip Shingles, Dimensional Shingles & Luxury Shingles!

Cedar Shingles

Cedar shake roofs use wooden shingles that are made from split logs. The roofs have a distinctive look because the thickness and length of each shingle can vary. This type of roofing has been in existence in North America since the days of the colonists.The average lifespan of a properly cared for cedar shake roof is approximately 7-15 years.

Metal Standing Seam

A metal roof is a roofing system made from metal pieces or tiles characterized by its high resistance, impermeability and longevity. It is a component of the building envelope. Zinc, copper and steel alloys are commonly used. Metal roofs can last up to 100 years, with installers providing 50 year warranties.

Copper Standing Steam

Copper is a premium roofing material that has been used on roofs for centuries both in Europe and in the US. In recent years, copper roofs have grown in popularity among discerning home owners who are looking for a permanent roofing solution that will increase the curb appeal and real estate value of their homes.

Commercial Flat Roof

By far the biggest advantage of using a flat roof is the expense. From the initial building and installation to the materials most often used to cover the roof, flat roofs are fairly cheap. Many types of material used for installation run about .80 a foot, which makes a flat roof extremely affordable both for the initial installation and the maintenance and upkeep.

Residential Flat Roofing

By far the biggest advantage of using a flat roof is the expense. From the initial building and installation to the materials most often used to cover the roof, flat roofs are fairly cheap. Many types of material used for installation run about .80 a foot, which makes a flat roof extremely affordable both for the initial installation and the maintenance and upkeep.

If one estimate seems much lower than the others and it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. Many fly-by-night contractors' below-cost bids seem attractive, but these contractors often are uninsured and perform substandard work. If an estimate is confusing, ask the contractor to break down the estimate into items/terms you can understand.

Generally, chemical melting compounds do not reduce the overall expected service life span of asphalt shingles. Staining may occur until all the residue is washed away. Calcium or magnesium chloride pellets are less harsh and stain less than sodium chloride.

There is no one roof system that is best for all applications. Keep in mind that even if you are using the best materials, your roof system still can be installed improperly and you could end up with a leaky roof. Good workmanship and proper attention to detail (e.g., flashing and drainage issues) are just as important as material selection. Also, maintenance plays an important role in roof system integrity and service life.

Clearly written proposals that are detailed and broken down into separate line items are a good sign that the contractor is being thorough and has prepared an accurate estimate. The following is a partial list of items your estimate or proposal should include: The type of roof covering, manufacturer and color, Materials to be included in the work, e.g., underlayment, ice dam protection membrane, Scope of work to be done, Removal or replacement of existing roof Flashing work, e.g., existing flashings to be replaced or re-used, adding new flashing, flashing metal type, Ventilation work, e.g., adding new vents, Who is responsible for repairing/replacing exterior landscape or interior finishes that are damaged during the course of the work, Installation method, Approximate starting and completion dates, Payment procedures, Length of warranty and what is covered, e.g., workmanship, water leakage